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Old 12-28-2011, 08:30 AM   #1
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Default Hydra-Sports 2390 Vector CC **Reduced**More Pics**

2000 model 2390 Vector
Twin 175 direct inject Evinrudes
Garmin 4212 w/XM sat weather and gsd22 digital sounder
VHF radio
CD player with amp and sub
Bennett trim tabs
LED courtsey lights
Livewell
Huge insulated fish boxes

All Pumps were replaced in the spring( livewell,washdown,bilge)
Brand new upholstery
2000 EZ load trailer with new tires,brakes,fenders and LED lights in spring also

Boat runs great and easy on fuel. Ready to fish!

I have a few pics but can send more if needed. I have a short slideshow with the boat catching fish.



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Old 12-28-2011, 08:48 AM   #2
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How many hours, and what are your performance numbers with the 175's? Thanks, Brad
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Old 12-28-2011, 09:47 AM   #3
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I don't have any fuel management system so I can't give you an exact number. I can run 60 miles offshore for a day of trolling and back on 110 gallons. Thats running around 25 mph.
WOT is around 50-52.
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Motors have 1075 hours
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Old 01-04-2012, 06:49 AM   #5
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How did you fit that 4212 in there? Biggest I could go was the 4210... Man, im jealous
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I took the factory star-board out and replaced it with a piece of stainless. It gave me just enough room to fit the 4212.
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Nice rig!
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How much fuel does it hold?
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how much fuel does it hold?
176 gallons

These are very solid and very offshore capable boats.
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Thanks BG, this boat has killed a pile of fish! Hate to sell it but moving up to a bigger CC.
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Found new boat...This one needs to go. 20,000 gets it!
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Did you take all the vinyl out for winter. If so it would help if you had pics with it installed. Just my 02. Love that boat with the 175's.
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Looks like a nice boat I love mine
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12000buy it
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Head in the console?
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I did take all the upholstery out for the winter and had it all recovered. There is no head in the console, but plenty of room for one.
Thanks ozzy, its been a great boat! Time to move up.
Sorry big dc, 12000 won't quite do it.
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I did take all the upholstery out for the winter and had it all recovered. There is no head in the console, but plenty of room for one.
Thanks ozzy, its been a great boat! Time to move up.
Sorry big dc, 12000 won't quite do it.
Yea I put a floor in mine so my grand kids would have a rubber floor and the head, I love my 225 they run good no matter what they say about those motors they don't use much gas and i can hit 58...Good luck on your boat so which one you looking at?
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