Most guys use at least a 6 gallon tank, but a 3 gallon tank would be fine depending on motor size.
Or just never fill your tank more than half way up :grin:Thinking about it now, I may switch to a 3 gallon tank. I think I would still run forever and I can can make my boat 24lbs lighter, or convert that 24lbs of gas into extra gear.
HEY! you know what? I'v had a long day. I'v mentally exerted myself all day, take it easy on me. I'm fragileOr just never fill your tank more than half way up :grin:
You should have taken the day off and gone hunting! I know about those mental exertion days....way more exhausting than a physical exertion day. Sorry bubba.....HEY! you know what? I'v had a long day. I'v mentally exerted myself all day, take it easy on me. I'm fragile
I love it. Mine is on a 15x42 jon boat. I'm not real big into tracking speeds but when I first got it, empty with me and my buddy I was pushing like 22.8 mph. The cativation plate makes it handle like a dream. Maintenance is super easy and Jake from Backwater always answered my phone calls and questions. With that being said, this is my first boat, but I don't have any complaints.Copper, how do you like your 23? That's what I just picked up. It'll be on a 1648 MV riveted.