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    Default Anyone own a Sea Hunt BX22 Pro?

    Looking at a couple used ones. Curious is anyone has one with a 150 and a T-Top and can speak to performance. The ones Iím looking at have a 150, and I would want to add a T Top. Didnít know how much that would effect power.

    Not looking for a race boat, just want to make sure it wonít struggle loaded down with a few guys and gear fishing.

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    I have the 22BR version with a hardtop and F250. WOT, loaded, and trimmed out it will run about 54 MPH. Best fuel economy is around 4.2 gph at 32-33 mph.

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    My buddy has one with a 150, too slow for me, might get low 40’s with a t-top.

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    I have a 150 on my 19' and it is perfect.

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    Roger, thanks guys

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    150 on a 22 is under powered especially if you’re looking to run it in the ocean. Take forever to get up one plane.
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    I used to own a Navigator 22 as my lake/ inshore boat a good number of years ago. That boat was the predecessor to the bx22... Same hull/ running surface with a different liner. I had a two-stroke Yamaha ox66 150 on the back of it... And I would not have wanted anything less. It did not have a t-top on it. I was constantly swapping between props on it if I had to load her down.

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    I had the BX22BR with the I4 200hp Yamaha and I hated that motor. The 150 is too small as well. That boat needs at least a 250.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saltydog235 View Post
    150 on a 22 is under powered especially if you’re looking to run it in the ocean. Take forever to get up one plane.
    This regardless of boat or T top.
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