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Old 10-20-2011, 08:30 PM
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I have the 1775 sport with the 115 4 stroke, stock prop and 80 pound terrova, have hit 40 MPH I think that will pretty much be it plenty fast for what I need really cruises nice at about 30. Love all of the storage especilly the large glove box. Have not really tried to test the waves too much have been in 2 footers and handled real well. I would highly recommend this boat.
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Old 10-26-2011, 07:37 AM
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Default 1875 lund sport

With the 150 opti on the 1875 sport i can only troll down to 3.8 gps thus the 9.9 kicker
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Old 07-12-2019, 07:23 PM
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Thats why I put a 36V Mk on my 1875. No kicker.
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Old 07-12-2019, 09:10 PM
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hi i am looking at possibly buying a lund impact 1775 next year. i have no dealer near me to look at one so i thought i would ask u guys a few questions. how does the boat ride in a 3 foot chop? how is the roomy is the layout of the boat? storage? speed wise how would the 115 4 stroke compare to a 125 2 stroke? what are the going prices of one of these? thanks
There are no 125hp 2 strokes anymore...unless you find a dealer who had one sitting around unsold. The 115 ProXS 4 stroke pushes that boat really well... Low 40's with a typical load and using a Merc X-7 SS Spitfire prop. The Stainless Spitfire far outperforms the aluminum props tried on this boat.

In reality, no 17'9" foot boat rides smoothly in 3' waves... But this model will handle 3 footers well and you'll be safe. The layout is roomy... The boat seems bigger on the inside than it is and storage is great.

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Old 07-12-2019, 10:33 PM
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what can you troll down to with the 125 opti? slow enuogh to pull cranks?
If you're worried about 3 ft swells you must be fishing bigger bodies of water. Might I suggest a kicker motor. Will Trollmaster, it will really enhance your fishing experience plus the safety and peace of mind knowing you'll get back home. I fish Missouri River and wouldn't be out there without one. It will be the best $3K you'll ever spend.
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In reality, no 17'9" foot boat rides smoothly in 3' waves... But this model will handle 3 footers well and you'll be safe. The layout is roomy... The boat seems bigger on the inside than it is and storage is great.

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