Bayliss Boatworks signs deal with Twin Disc

Bayliss Boatworks is offering Twin Disc marine transmissions and controls on its boats.
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Sportfishing boatbuilder Bayliss Boatworks chose Twin Disc for transmissions and controls.

Sportfishing boatbuilder Bayliss Boatworks chose Twin Disc for transmissions and controls.

Bayliss Boatworks is offering Twin Disc marine transmissions and controls on its boats.

The company is using Twin Disc's EC300 Power Commander electronic propulsion control, paired with an MGX QuickShift marine transmission.

"The Twin Disc QuickShift system offers the captain the most flexibility available to fish effectively at any speed,” Bayliss Boatworks president John Bayliss said in a statement.

“There's no perceptible difference as the transmission shifts from troll to full lock up, making the boat 100 percent controllable in every possible range. It's an awesome piece of equipment."

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