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    nose cones for trs

    Iam thinking of adding nose cones to my trs drives. Where would the best place to look for nose cones , would it make a difference?? Iam running stock power twin 420's

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    Registered Biggus's Avatar
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    Naples, Maine
    Don`t bother, there`s no need for them until you are running mid to high 80`s.

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    Not true, I had 502's in a 38cig. After adding nose cones I picked up 2 mph

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    Platinum Member Platinum Member TomFTM's Avatar
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    Glen Cove ,NY 11542
    Yes, you benefit from a nose cone on the trs due to the fact the drive is not very hydrodynamic (sp) . I have used nothing but Hydromotive nose cones on my personal stuff and All my customers boats. They seem to perform quite well , you get more positive trim with the nose cone, without slippage of the prop. Tom

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