Joey is 100% correct.Originally posted by audacity
the angular acceleration of inertia equals torque
actually on that extremely efficient hull I would think you should take advantage of all the hp your engine has to offer. that is something that is all part of dialing in a boat. maybe your engine builder does not want you to exceed a certain rpm for durability reasons??
The boat you run is so efficient that a little TQ feels like a lot. Best thing to do is give your Prop shop all the info you have, and make sure that if you are not happy with them, that he will tweek them at no cost. Most offer this and stand behind their props 100%. If not, choose another prop shop.
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