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Old 08-28-2019, 02:56 PM
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Bay Max 1910 Looking for info on this boat with 115. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Old 08-28-2019, 03:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Only OnA Fly View Post
Bay Max 1910 Looking for info on this boat with 115. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
I had one for a little over two years and it was a great boat! I will say that you HAVE to upgrade to the 150 and probably should really consider trim tabs. The 1910 is a wide and heavy boat and the 115 is a dog out of the hole if you have more than two people and a half tank of fuel.
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I’m looking at the Tidewater 1910 Bay Max too. Did you end up buying? Thanks.
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I have had one for 9 years with the 150 on it. Great boat. I'd be afraid that a 115 would be a little underpowered once you hang a trolling motor on it and add the batteries.
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What 115 engine? I had the same boat with a Suzuki 115 four stroke, and with the larger prop it swung, the boat performed decently. Would I go with the 150? Yes. If you got a heck of a deal with the 115, go for it. I could run 41 with the 115 (no trolling motor or extra batteries or trim tabs).
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I could reach 42 with a Yamaha F115 and full tournament load, but it was a dog getting out of the hole. The 150 from any company would be the way to go.
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Great feedback! Thank you. I'm excited about purchasing this boat in the future.
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Had an 1910 for a handful of years. Pretty solid boat. As said above, 150HP and trim tabs are a must.

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