If you have the ESP hull in your signature, then it's likely 350+. I think it was model year 2017 that started the 10 year warranty, so yours probably only has the 5 year.Correct me if I'm wrong.
The motor warranty is 5 years and Bennington has a 10 year warranty on the Boat?
I bought it used so I'm not sure if the warranty transferred or not, the dealer didn't mention anything about remaining warranty and I didn't bother to ask when I bought a 4 year old boat. I assumed there wasn't enough warranty, if any, left to worry about. Weird part is I bought it from a Bennington dealer so you'd think they'd mention it.
The boat and motor are 5 years old now (or will be soon depending on when the original owner took possession).
I don't have to worry about motor warranty anymore but possibly void the last 5 years of the boat warranty?
I can't remember what the MAX HP sticker in my boat says. I'll have to uncover it in storage and take a look.
I didn’t realize the fuel requirement was 91+ ethanol free. Interesting. Our marina is not 100% ethanol free, and I’m not carrying cans. Is an ethanol fuel stabilizer adequate?I did it to a 2010 250 verado and went from a 15p to a 17p enertia and right at 50mph. I believe I was at 40 or 42 before. Finding ethanol free 91+ octane fuel is nearly impossible in my area so I just use ethanol fuel stabilizers
I am very pleasedmainly because can cruise with several people at 30mph and not be wide open