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  1. #11
    My Boats:
    42' Sundancer from 2004 formerly known as Big azz cruiser from 2004. Still looking for the right new 38-42 ft. v-bottom!
    Join Date
    Apr 2009
    Denmark and hopefully some place nice
    Quote Originally Posted by Kurt Hamilton View Post
    Could also try a Fury. Same new material as the Revolution. Not sure what the exact pitchs are around what your looking for but i know they go right down to the teens.
    I went from a 28 tempest to the 26 Fury. I couldnt believe the difference. Spun the exact same top end speed and exact same rpm as the 28 tempest but obviously due to the smaller pitch it accelerates much harder...... loves load too!
    The Revolution is not made form X7. Only the Fury and Enertia.

    Quote Originally Posted by IROCKET76 View Post
    What about the diameter of the prop. Running a 14 5/8 now what diameter should I try
    The Rev 4 is the same dia. and that is what you should try.

  2. #12
    My Boats:
    21' Revolution 09' (Name Revolution Racing)
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    Your right A.O. Razor.
    I always thought the revolutions where x7 for some reason.
    Regardless you really need to try everything you can get your hands on. Every boat and setup is different. When i set my race boat up i was told by the best in the business that i would need a ET Lightning. Ended up being the slowest and worst accelerating prop yet!
    The fury works great for me..... it may or may not for you as with any other prop choices suggested.

  3. #13
    Offshoreonly Advertiser Offshoreonly Advertiser Mbam's Avatar
    My Boats:
    1972 Cigarette 36 race
    Join Date
    Mar 2001
    Pompano Beach FL, USA
    The Rev is a great choice. Will pull 300 RPM less than a Mirage + in the same pitch. And usually faster on a boat over 23'

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