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Perfect stats for 220 baysport

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Perfect stats for 220 baysport

PostSun May 08, 2016 10:22 pm

Looking to buy a new 220 baysport with 200hp yamaha and was hoping someone could provide performance stats. Specifically looking for cruise speed, rpms, and fuel burn. Thanks
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Re: Perfect stats for 220 baysport

PostSat May 14, 2016 7:33 pm

Cruise speed is 32 mph at 3600rpm with a fuel burn of about 8 mpg. I have a Sportfish 222 with 200 Yamaha
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Re: Perfect stats for 220 baysport

PostSat May 14, 2016 8:33 pm

Fantastic performance. I appreciate the feedback. Thanks
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Re: Perfect stats for 220 baysport

PostSat May 21, 2016 7:45 am

2016 220 Baysport 200hp Suzuki 5 ppl on board, full tank of fuel, 2 full live wells, fishing gear, ice and drinks.
31.8 MPH GPS 4,600 RPM NOT too bad!

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Re: Perfect stats for 220 baysport

PostFri Jun 03, 2016 9:22 am

Gerard wrote:Cruise speed is 32 mph at 3600rpm with a fuel burn of about 8 mpg. I have a Sportfish 222 with 200 Yamaha


Holy cow, that's incredible! I've got an F250 on mine, and typically run 30MPH at 3,600, getting 5 mpg...

What prop are you running?
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Re: Perfect stats for 220 baysport

PostWed Aug 24, 2016 8:56 pm

Are you sure you're not talking gallons per hour? On my sportfish 222 with a 250 Suzuki I get 34 MPH at 4100 RPM and 8-10 gallons per hour, which is equal to 3-4 MPG... At 3600 RPM I only get like 24-26 MPH, and 7.5 gallons per hour... I think I may be over propped because I only can get to about 43-44 MPH top speed at about 5400 rpm, wondering if going 4 blade will give me a lower plane speed and better ride... Not super concerned with top speed decreasing...

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