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Warrior 2090

  • Sodie
    Participant
    Alma , Wisconsin
    Posts: 29
    #1982675

    I picked up my 2090 from The Boat Center in Ramsey a month ago. I have had it on the water 8 times. The whole package has exceeded my expectations. I was a little worried about going with the 175 SHO Yamaha. But I was assured by Dean that I would be happy. After putting some time on the water I am very happy with the 175. All the reviews on this site of the 175 on the 2090 are spot on. Performance from out of the hole to top speed is great. I have couple things to finish up on the rigging before spring. I have always have had aluminum boats. I’m sold on a fiberglass boat now.

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    luttes
    Participant
    Maplewood/WBL
    Posts: 505
    #1982693

    Congrats! That is a sweet rig!

    Dutchboy
    Participant
    International Falls a few miles from Rainy Lake
    Posts: 13189
    #1982731

    Nothing like being happy when a guy shells out hard earned cash. I have found the guys down there will steer you pretty straight when it comes to boats and set-ups. Tell them what you expect and they can generally point you in the right direction.

    Congrats on the new boat! applause

    Greenhorn
    Participant
    Bismarck, ND
    Posts: 364
    #1982734

    How fast can that 175 get you on that setup?

    chuck100
    Participant
    Platteville,Wi.
    Posts: 1676
    #1982783

    Nice rig.

    gimruis
    Participant
    Plymouth, MN
    Posts: 7919
    #1982788

    Hey Mark what’s that goofy thing sticking out of the bottom of the port side transom? It looks like a gas strut holding a transducer bracket, but I don’t see any transducer.

    Dutchboy
    Participant
    International Falls a few miles from Rainy Lake
    Posts: 13189
    #1982790

    Hey Mark what’s that goofy thing sticking out of the bottom of the port side transom? It looks like a gas strut holding a transducer bracket, but I don’t see any transducer.

    Trim tabs.

    rswan
    Participant
    Lakeville, MN
    Posts: 103
    #1982798

    Sharp looking boat. A true beast for the river. Enjoy.

    mxskeeter
    Participant
    SW Wisconsin
    Posts: 3516
    #1982815

    Sweet ride!! Congrats!

    gimruis
    Participant
    Plymouth, MN
    Posts: 7919
    #1982881

    Trim tabs.

    Thanks. I am unfamiliar with these so I looked up some more information on them. I have never seen them on a boat before.

    Dean Marshall
    Participant
    Chippewa Falls WI /Ramsey MN
    Posts: 5822
    #1982901

    How fast can that 175 get you on that setup?

    By my old guy memory with 2 guys full load it was 47 plus or minus.

    Congratulations & thanks a million Mark !

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