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    292 with 6.2's how fast

    292 with 6.2's how fast? has factory hydraulic steering also

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    69-70 most of the time. 71-72 under perfect conditions, temp, light fuel, tail wind, six inch chop. They go to 65 pretty quick, its that other 5 MPH that it needs to wind out for. If you are buying it right its not a bad boat, just depends on what you want to do with it.


    I did see 80 once but that was because I forgot to turn the GPS off for the ride home

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expensive Date View Post
    69-70 most of the time. 71-72 under perfect conditions, temp, light fuel, tail wind, six inch chop. They go to 65 pretty quick, its that other 5 MPH that it needs to wind out for. If you are buying it right its not a bad boat, just depends on what you want to do with it.


    I did see 80 once but that was because I forgot to turn the GPS off for the ride home
    LoL, we just need a little more then what we r getting from our 271, a little more length and 10mph and I think we would both be happy,

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    My 89 292 w stock 454 mags runs 75 on the speedo. Never had gps on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madam View Post
    My 89 292 w stock 454 mags runs 75 on the speedo. Never had gps on it.
    I am talking newer 292 with the 6.2, but that is good to know as also up for consideration is an older 292, but I think your speedo is off bye about 7

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    how about a 292 with 350's?

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    I'm not an expert but, from what I know, I'd rather have the 6.2's from the standpoint of forged steel stroker crank and cam and increased torque. Again, just my non expert opinion.

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    My 350 powered 292 has seen 69 solid with occasional 71 bumps. But that was a 60 degree day in november. With one motor fing up I can still turn 62.


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