something doesnt sound right,,,if you are spining props out,,you toe out,,right????Correct.
Toe has nothing to do with which way the props spin.
Stand at the rear of your boat, put your feet how your drives are. If your toes are facing in/heels out, you are toed in. If your toes are facing out/heels in, you are toed out.
Pretend you are at the helm, if you look back and see (pretend these lines are each drive)
\ / would be toed out
/\ would be toed in
|| would be how you want to be when running
Goal is for the drives to be in line ( | | )when running.
Props spinning out: side pressure on the drive from the prop torque will try to pull the props together. If you toe in slightly, the props pulling together will pull your drives back straight. From / \ to | |
Props spinning in: side pressure on the drive from the prop torque will push the props apart. If you toe out slightly, the props pushing apart will pull your drives back straight. From \ / to | |
Again, the goal is to be | | when running.
Get in your car and go 60MPH, stick your hand out the window so it is most areodynamic (90 degrees to direction of travel). Now twist is slightly, feel how much extra pressure is on your hand? Water has a lot more resistance than air!
If you have strong steering your props may not have the strength to pull/push the drive at all; which is a good thing.
Problem with all of this is you can't measure toe when running, when the side pressure is on the drives. So it is kind of shoot and guess and hope. Little adjustments work best, back to the hand out the window thing. Slightest change can change a lot.