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Kalen427 last won the day on September 13 2021

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About Kalen427

  • Birthday 04/27/1988

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Henderson, NV
  • Hometown Lake
    Lake Mead

Tow Vehicle

  • Vehicle
    2017 Ford F-350
  • engine
    6.7L Powerstroke

Boat Details

  • Make/Model
    2020 MB B52 (Previously 16 F22)
  • Engine
    440 Raptor
  • Prop
  • Ballast
    2000 Gravity + 2200 Plug N Play + 500 Bow + Lead!!!
  • Stereo
    Exile Audio!!!

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  1. This particular prop came on my 2020 B52 440. It ran great for the short amount of time I ran it. Before I had ever picked the boat up I had already ordered a diff prop per recommendation of a few local guys that ran it. So after the maiden voyage I swapped it out. Honestly don’t remember much of difference. Both props worked great. This 2775 just remained as my spare. On my old boat, a 16 F22 tomcat 400, I ran a 2775 as well since that’s what it came with. Worked awesome on that boat as well.
  2. This was my spare prop setup. The 2775 has about 2 hours on it and is in perfect shape. Also included is the prop saver kit. $600 shipped to Continental US.
  3. Selling my 2020 MB B52. 45 hours, serious offers only please. Link below! https://lasvegas.craigslist.org/boa/d/boulder-city-2020-mb-b52-23-surf/7371084956.html
  4. Did you ever find one by chance? I have a 2020
  5. The forward lights on the top corners were an option, I did not have them on my 16 F22 and it was NOT pre wired. In all honesty though, if it was, it would not likely be large enough gauged wire to run the light bar
  6. Understand and appreciate your concern. I certainly don't plan to keep them running like a constant headlight. Hence the remote. I like the ability to light it up for a minute to see everything in front of me before surfing. The remote is a quick on quick off solution. No intention of leaving them on to blind everyone on the lake.
  7. I think there is, and that's a good call. I will put them as forward as possible. Thanks!
  8. So I’ve been wanting to figure out “headlights” for night surfing for awhile now. My transom lights give more than enough output for the surfer, but sometimes navigating the boat can be a bit sketch! So I decided to build a set. The goal was to make them super easy to use, easily removable, and needed to look decent while on the boat. I ended up using vacuum suction cups and some cheap off-road lights. Coupled with a Milwaukee M12 battery for power source, and a few other supplies, I went for it. The final product is decent enough looking, but super functional. They even turn on/off simultaneously via a key fob. Stoked to get them on the water for a true test!
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