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    My Boats:
    1987 Chris Craft 415 Stinger
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    Sep 2006
    Indianapolis, IN

    Banana Need More power!

    We took the boat out over the weekend and we need more power. What is a safe number for TRS/BW??? right now we are around 400HP. I can easily go to 650 with a few change's. Is that to much for TRS/BW or do I need to buy a set of Konrads?? or what??


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    377 Scarab
    Join Date
    May 2005
    Lake Oswego OR
    550 hp, although I'm contemplating 600 hp at some point but I tend to take it pretty easy coming on plane and overall I baby my equipment. - jeff

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