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2001 1900V Pathfinder 115HP Yamaha

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Its time to sell the 19'.  I have had it over 6 years and it was the reason I always want to own a pathfinder.  Great all around boat with a small footprint to still get shallow and have a comfortable ride.  


2002 Pathfinder Continental Aluminum trailer

Yamaha 115HP 2 stroke

Minn Kota 70lbs Trolling

Hydrojacker 6" Jack plate 

6' Power Pole

Lowerence HDsi4 GPS/Sonar (new)

Brand new cranking battery.

Battery charger for TM

WANG 8' stick anchor w/mount

New Upholstery on Leaning post

Live well 32 gal

PowerTech Stainless 4 blade prop

CD player with JBL speakers

Bimini top with hardware

Full boat cover



I am a motivated seller at this point but will be staying close to my asking price as I see it fair and just for this boat.   It is in good condition, not perfect, but nothing was beat-on.  I just had the motor inspected and the Compression is a solid 120psi across all 4 cylinders and the voltage is great.  Carbs are been tuned and she cranks up great.  Use YamaLube premixed in tank with Sta-bill 360 Fuel treatment.  I am ready to take someone out for a water test.  

Located in Palm Coast, FL (between Daytona and St. Augustine)

Call or Text (386) 235-3069 Mike













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Took it out for a little joy ride this weekend,  It was cold but the boat didn't mind.  I was able to comfortably run at 44MPH and 5900RPM.  Boat performed great,   I did notice the Speedo Gauge is inop so ill either get it replaced/repaired or discount the price.   Lets make a deal y'all.  386-235-3069

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The prop is a Powertech YM906CD3R16P.   I was using my phone GPS and it registered the 44MPH, not sure how accurate that is but all I had at the moment.  RPM was 5900.  I am very pleased with those numbers.  The boat performs better then when I had a heavy 4 stroke on it.  

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30 minutes ago, jensenjeff said:

So it looks like it's 16 degree pitch, what diameter and is it 3 or 4 blade? Thanks a bunch.

Good question.  He says 4 blade in his description up top, but it seems like his model number indicates a 3 blade. 

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I knew that comment would arise,  some reason that prop is stamped like it is a 3 blade(typo), it is in fact a 4 blade with the wrong #.   SCD style 4 blade.   its an old prop that came with the boat when I bought it 7 years ago.   I didn't work on the 4 stroke as well, but does well on the 2 stroke motor.  I will have to show you guys a picture I guess...lol


Ill have to measure out the Diameter when I get home tonight.

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