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New Sweetwater 2286 SFLTT27

Just took delivery on this 2019 2286SFL TT27 with the Yamaha F150XB. We had a 2008 South Bay 922 with a 115 Merc 4 stroke

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  • smootersmooter Member Posts: 5
    love this boat so far. 
    I've had the 150 up to 5700 rpm at 34.2 gps with a 16x14 black max alum. I think it could get a couple hundred more revs with a 15x15 or a 14.75x15.
  • 73driver73driver Member Posts: 6
    How are you reading Total Time?  My time meter below the RPM gauge in the right of your photo only reads elapsed time.  The dealer is clueless on how to read the total time and Godfrey isn't answer my inquiries.  
  • proftomdaproftomda Member Posts: 3
    737 driver here also. My 2018 has a completely different instrument setup so I cannot help you there.   Regarding contacting Godfrey, same experience.  I have tried a few times to contact them via their email system but no response.  Can't fine a phone number.  In comparison, our 2nd hand Grady White boat that we just sold was 27 years old, and thru the years whenever I needed a question answered from factory tech support, they were always a phone call away.  They even helped engineer a pretty in depth, invasive repair and sent me most of the materials at no charge...Wow.  Customer satisfaction important there. 
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