Wrex

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  1. The motor doesn’t tilt completely out of the water. With the big motor and two batteries in the rear, mine looks as stern heavy as yours in the water. I’m not too concerned with it though as the Boat performs quite well. I may move the batteries up to the console area in the future to balance things out.
  2. The main valve /seacock is in the bilge area and may be hard to access
  3. Any problems with engine warranty when you bolt a trolling motor to it?
  4. Excellent idea.
  5. I also have an R180 with a 150 Yamaha. When I picked the boat up from the dealer last year he told me that the motor doesn’t quite fit in the stern/transom area so they electronically stop the tilt mechanism before it damages the motor (or Boat).
  6. If you plan to tow skiers or tubes, get the 150. The 115 will have to work much harder to keep up with a boatload of people, your gear, and the load your pulling. If you're just fishing the smaller motor will be fine.