A: 17.5 HP, 4 stroke single cylinder engine. Speed up to 27 MPH
A: The total weight limit is 350 lbs. That includes the weight of any passengers and gear. This boat performs best with one adult and gear. An adult and a child works fine as well.
A: 17.5 hp four – stroke jet engine is located directly behind the operator and is easily accessible for maintenance. The engine runs on gasoline and is ethanol compliant. It is electric start with a 3.7 gallon fuel capacity giving you a 35 – 40 mile range. The engine is serviceable by most PWC, motorcycle, or small engine repair facilities.
A: Yes, floating grass mats will clog the engine intake and need to be removed.
A: Not built it. It is possible to mount an auxiliary batter to run a portable unit.
A: The transducer can be epoxied to the hull inside the engine compartment. Wires can be run through the bulkhead along with current wire routing to the center console. There is a spot for a universal kayak accessory mount on the top of the center console where the unit can be mounted. All external electronics need to run on their own power source, boat battery is strictly for engine cranking.
A: Anywhere in the U.S.
A: We do not finance, but have many customers who have financed through banks or credit unions. They are insurable and financeable. Just like a personal water craft.
A: The boat, the seat, a folding kayak seat for front passengers, an auxiliary bag of tools, and the SeaDek pads for the hull.
A: We are happy to provide specifications on the standard trailers we use. Local trailer builders would have no problem replicating based on our set up.
A: Not at the moment.
A: Yes, They are considered PWC by the Coast Guard (and TXPWD here in Texas).
A: All external electronics should run off a secondary power source. There is plenty of space in the engine compartment to mount a battery tray.
A: We have not at this point. We are sure someone will come up with a great way to make that happen. We look forward to seeing it. This will be something we consider adding on future models.
A: We plan to refine our dealership program late in 2018. We currently do not have enough production to support a wide network of dealers. We hope to change that soon.
A: We are happy to ship to California. We do know that California has a unique and restrictive EPA standard that would apply to this boat. We do not believe that we are in compliance with this standard. We are EPA certified for the other 49 states.
A: Small chop for short periods of time is fine. Our boat is 12 feet long so it was not intended for rough water use.