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2005 ProKat 2200 CC

Old 09-10-2018, 04:51 PM
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Default 2005 ProKat 2200 CC

Selling my 22ft ProKat center console. Twin 140hp Suzuki outboards, also 2005, push the boat well. Cruise around 23-24 knots with ease. Tops out at 30-32 knots generally pending on the load. I have fished the boat in the bay and offshore as well and it has performed outstanding for its size. It rides like a much larger boat in any kind of chop. Has a Garmin 54DV installed last season and an older Garmin unit as well. Has a radio and speakers in the overhead electronics box as well as a VHF radio. Blue LED lighting installed last season as well around the T-top. Boat has two large fish boxes in the floor, and two live wells in the rear with aerator pumps. Also has storage in console and room for a porta-pot and Taco 15ft collapsible outriggers. The Suzuki's have around 800-850 hrs to the best of my knowledge (no hour meters) but could have them checked for buyer. Boat also has a Float-On brand trailer included that had all bearings and tires replaced last season.
Asking $26,500.

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Old 09-11-2018, 08:58 PM
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Nice setup. I have a 2650 that I love. Strong boats. The layout looks very similar to mine.
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Old 09-12-2018, 04:28 AM
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Assuming it has the original ecm’s in the motor I have always kept this from another forum member.

“As far as I know this works for all the DF engines:

When you turn the key to "on" (not start) after it has been off, the tach should jump to a reading between 0 and 5000. Divide by 10 to get the number of hours. So if the tach goes to 4000, that means it has 400 hours.

IMPORTANT: if the engine has more than 500 hours, the "check engine" light will flash once for each additional 500 hours. So for instance, if the tach goes to 3000 AND the check engine light flashes once, that means the engine has 500+300 hours = 800 hours. etc.
Hope this helps.
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Old 09-14-2018, 08:29 AM
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According to using the tac’s To check hours by he last post, it shows right about 400hrs, or just under. Thanks for the tip.
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Old 09-15-2018, 07:54 PM
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Is this boat still available? And where is it located?
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Old 09-16-2018, 08:28 AM
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Yes it is. Sorry location is Pasadena Maryland
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