2220 Top Speed

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Re: 2220 Top Speed

Postby Lbridge » Mon Apr 19, 2010 1:01 pm

I have a 2220 Fisherman with a Yamaha F200 and a jack plate- 23 pitch prop - WOT was 53 mph with 2 men and 30 gallons of fuel (5700 rpm) - with 1 person and 10 gallons of fuel - I probably could get to 55 mph - I guess
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Re: 2220 Top Speed

Postby rorgero » Tue Apr 20, 2010 8:38 pm

Does anyone have any info. on the new yamaha SHO models? Wondering if anyone has seen one on a fishermen or Pro 2220? I would like to see the numbers on that motor.
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Re: 2220 Top Speed

Postby dc2220fisherman » Sun May 02, 2010 2:34 pm

Yes the prop that i am running is a 3 blade 16x21.5 on my df200, 58 mph, ill post pics of the gps this upcoming weekend, couldnt get out this weekend with the weather.
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Re: 2220 Top Speed

Postby neverenough » Fri May 07, 2010 2:59 pm

where's them pics at :?:
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Re: 2220 Top Speed

Postby fisheye48 » Mon May 10, 2010 2:51 pm

still here for the pictures :roll:
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Re: 2220 Top Speed

Postby neverenough » Tue May 11, 2010 3:16 pm

the pics might be oil soaked at this point...
he might have realized that it said 48 when he was looking thru the view finder.
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Re: 2220 Top Speed

Postby fisheye48 » Tue May 11, 2010 5:14 pm

maybe so....or those RPM's will get ya everytime :mrgreen:
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Re: 2220 Top Speed

Postby Capt. Eric » Thu May 13, 2010 9:02 pm

Back from Florida with new motor,

Over the Thanksgiving Holidays a few folks helped themselves to my 2005 Yamaha 300hpdi outboard. Since I bought the boat in Pensacola when I lived there, I took it back over Christmas to be re-powered by Steve Johnson. Owner of the late North West Florida Marine. My power of choice was a 2010 Suzuki df250. I had Steve break it in before I got there so I could just run it like mad when I showed up the first week in May, and thats just what I did for 7 days straight. Here are the real life numbers and comparisons between a 2005 Yamaha 300hpdi 2 stroke and a 2010 Suzuki df250 4 stroke. The boat,and load are the same. 2005 Blazer Bay 2420, 6 inch Bob's jack plate, trim tabs, trolling motor, 4 optima batteries, 2 guys, some gear, and 40 gallons of fuel.
~Yamaha with 14-1/4 diameter x 23 inch prop, mounted on the third whole down. Boat would jump on plane with little bow rise and in a few boat lengths. Cruise was 35 mph @ 3500 rpm getting around 3.7 miles per gallon. High cruise was 40 mph @ 4000 rpm getting 3.15 miles per gallon. Top end was 60 mph @ 5350 rpm getting 2.4 miles per gallon. The power came on in the top end and burned alot of oil.
Suzuki with 16 inch diameter x 24.5 inch prop, mounted as low as it will go. The low end and mid range power on this motor is incredible, much stronger than my Yamaha up to about 5000 rpm's, then kind of levels off. Boat jumps on plane with very little bow rise, and in about half the time. Cruise was 32 mph @ 3000 rpm's and getting 5.8 miles to the gallon. High cruise was 43 mph @ 4000 rpm's getting 4.6 miles per gallon. Top end was 56 mph @ 6000 rpm's getting 3.8 miles per gallon.
These numbers are from Yamalink fuel management gauges and Suzuki's fuel management gauges, speeds were off of my Lowrance 520c gps. The Suzuki required more jack plate adjustments to get the best top end, while my Yamaha just trimmed out and flew. Very happy with the Suzuki, and it's not burning any oil.

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Re: 2220 Top Speed

Postby dc2220fisherman » Mon May 17, 2010 4:41 pm

Sorry havent posted pics yet, that piece of sh*t is back at duvics again, probably the most problematic boat i have ever owned, what next.
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Re: 2220 Top Speed

Postby rorgero » Wed May 19, 2010 7:49 pm

What issues are you having? Would like to know. thanks
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