2220 of with sho

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2220 of with sho

Postby terry51 » Sat Jan 25, 2014 10:51 am

Anybody know what speeds 2220 owners are getting with yamaha's sho motors. I'm interested in buying an 07 or later 2220 fisherman with a 55 mph plus motor.
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Re: 2220 of with sho

Postby olmanblazer » Sat Jan 25, 2014 10:07 pm

I have a 2220 Fisherman with a 250 SHO with a 10 inch Atlas jack plate. With a full tank of gas and two people aboard it will run 65 mph on GPS. Low on gas and just myself I saw a little over 67 mph.
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Re: 2220 of with sho

Postby terry51 » Mon Jan 27, 2014 3:11 pm

Tks for the info, I love your setup, but question that I can find a used one for sale. What speed u think I would get with a 250 V Max?
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Re: 2220 of with sho

Postby olmanblazer » Mon Jan 27, 2014 9:32 pm

I have never ran across a 2220 Fisherman with 250 VMax to compare speeds. I would not buy a 2 stroke again after owning a SHO :D. I did run my friends Pathfinder with a 250 VMax and passed him easy.
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Re: 2220 of with sho

Postby terry51 » Tue Jan 28, 2014 12:29 pm

Awesome! That should say something about your set up. Now I have to rethink the VMax vs sho issue. Tks for the info.
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Re: 2220 of with sho

Postby terry51 » Tue Jan 28, 2014 12:30 pm

When/if I get my set up we will have to talk props. Tks again
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Re: 2220 of with sho

Postby capt carlos » Thu Feb 06, 2014 4:30 pm

My 2220 Fisherman with ETEC 250 HO ran 65.8 mph (2 people + full tank + full gear).
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Re: 2220 of with sho

Postby neverenough » Sat Feb 15, 2014 7:31 am

my 2220 pro rigged with the 300hpdi tournament loaded will hit 60 on gps if i have some chop, that is also running a blue printed 25m prop.

unloaded - (no trolling motor, 3 trolling batts removed, no gear, 2 men, and half tank of fuel) it will run 65mph if i have some chop, and 63mph if the water is sticky. that is running the BP 25m.

normal fishing trip 2-3 men, semi loaded... will normally run 58mph in sticky water and 61mph in chop. that is running a blue printed 26p tempest +

i know the pro does weigh a little more than the fisherman, but the numbers should be similar. i have been studying the SHO myself. i have always been diehard 2 stroke man, but would be willing to entertain the idea of not buying a couple gallons of yamalube every week. i would like to run a comparable boat to see actual numbers without the typical exaggeration factor.
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Re: 2220 of with sho

Postby Groman » Mon Apr 07, 2014 10:08 am

2013 2220 Fisherman with a 250 SHO, 10" Altas and 23M Yamaha prop. Running solo with 3/4 tank of fuel and some fishing gear in a chop.

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She will run 60-65 all day long.
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Re: 2220 of with sho

Postby neverenough » Wed Apr 09, 2014 6:12 pm

nice... :o
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