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  1. Playing hookie Prostar 190
    03-15-2013 11:24 AM
    Playing hookie Prostar 190
    I was able to pick up a 1991 barefoot 200 with a yamaha 200 pro v. I'm excited to get it up and going this spring. The boat is going to need some fiberglass work and outboard work as well. The question I have and no one can seem to answer is what are the stainless steel plates in the floor for? One person told me they were for Judges seats for comp. Does any one know about this? Or have picts of a Bf200 with these seats installed.
    thanks.
  2. ciro
    09-12-2012 03:10 PM
    ciro
    Would like to know if anyone has inatalled tracking fins on the m/c barefoot 200? Like The small wake the boat puts out but tends to get pulled around sking. Noticed that the barefoot sanger has two tracking fins.
  3. atlfootr
    07-19-2012 12:11 PM
    atlfootr
    Maybe you guys can help Kevin out, he's looking for a prop.
  4. atlfootr
    07-19-2012 12:10 PM
    atlfootr
    kyfooter
    TT Regular
    Join Date: May 2007
    Location: Northern Kentucky
    Posts: 94


    Prop
    I've seen from some of your posts that you and your friends have outboard barefoot boats.
    At chance do you have a spare 19 pitch High 5 you would want to sell or trade for a 21 pitch High 5?

    Kevin
  5. Oneill
    02-05-2012 07:17 AM
    Oneill
    Hi guys! It's been a while since I been here. It's about 4 months to I can pull out my MC BF200 from hibernation, and again my search for spare barts will begin Do you know of any place/store that might have parts for these boats? I'm looking for dashboard parts. Mine is cracking up :/ plastic-****..

    BTW: i tested my topspeed last summer with GPS. I chickened out at 109 km/t (67 mph) that 3.1 L vmax really have some muscle!

    EDIT: oh yeah.. and some ideas of where to find good boatcovers for these boats?! I bought one last year at boatcovers.com. I bought the semi costum sunburst model. Not to happy with it. Way to wide for my boat and to light.. It keeps blowing of.. And with all the rain up here, it becomes a problem..
  6. orbeamlb
    01-19-2012 10:41 PM
    orbeamlb
    Howdy All,

    How about a predecessor to your BF 200's joining the group? I purchased my 1988 ProStar 200 around Thanksgiving and love it. It was pampered by the original owner and only needed a little freshening and detailing.
  7. atlfootr
    11-21-2011 07:47 PM
    atlfootr
    Currently breaking in my "new" newly rebuilt power head on my Yamie200, as of how I have put on 5 hrs.
    Many more to go @ 1200 rpm's' will post some interest'n pics tomorrow.
  8. Carbide
    06-01-2011 09:54 PM
    Carbide
    I also used Jim - "Upholstery Guy" for my driver's seat. ...great guy to deal with and nice workmanship.
  9. Carbide
    06-01-2011 09:53 PM
    Carbide
    Hi jeffbare,
    Clearly a late reply to you. I believe I have a 3 blade SS, 21P prop (no brand name), but I'll need to take it off to get the dia. It has great hole shot and top end is about 55mph. I also have a 3 blade SS, 13 3/4", 17P that I've never used, but I was told the boat will practically jump out of the water with it. I've seen other postings stating 13 3/4 X 19P, 3 blade stainless and 59mph top end and a 19" High five on a 200 merc getting 62 mph. It would be nice to re-sleeve a high five for a yamaha. They're great props with incredible hole shot yet respectable top end (I use to have one on a 150hp merc).

    Finally checked my current prop ... It's a 14.5 x 21-M1 stainless 3-blade - Great hole shot and 55 to 58 mph top end
  10. Carbide
    06-01-2011 09:27 PM
    Carbide
    Hi Wopmon,
    Re your question a while back. My cottage is on Lac Bernard (15 min. N of Wakefield), but I also ski on the Rideau River and Buckham's Bay. There's a group of us who get together weekly. ... a mixture of barefoot and slalom skiing (sometimes it's too windy or too much boat traffic to go foot'n). We've also been trying an air chair. It's a great backup for windy days. Where r U skiing?

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