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  1. I recently finished converting my 2016 Bayliner 175 to all electric. It cruises nicely at 25 to 30 mph. It is powered by a 147hp electric motor. The range is 25 miles. It takes 20 hours to charge at 120v and 6 hours at 240v. With respect to weight, it was a wash after the conversion. It comes in at a little over 1,900 pounds. The max speed is 53mph. I did the complete conversion myself in my garage. If you are interested in taking on a project like this, I would be more than happy to help. I have managed to maintain the boats original capacity and improved performance with the exception of a shorter range. Here is a link to a walk-around: https://youtu.be/my0TX3INjSk Here is a link to details on specs and conversion components: http://evalbum.com/5217 Here is a link to the boat cruising on the water: https://youtu.be/BRqcp4Tzzrg Here are links to the major components: http://hpevs.com/hpevs-ac-electric-m...-ac34-ac35.htm http://curtisinstruments.com/?fuseac...controllers/64 http://www.evwest.com/catalog/produc...fbt9butr0gbss4 Please let me know what you think.