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Thread: Prop ???'s

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    Prop ???'s

    My 206 is running great now only its tough to get up on a plane. The boat is supposed to have a 21 ptch prop and I am running a 25 the only problem is the rpms are already at 4700 with a 350 magnum if I put on a 21 ptch I am worried that they will go to high what do you think???

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    Registered BAD-HABIT's Avatar
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    Did you re-check your tach? I REALLY DOUBT you are running 4700rpm's with a stock 350 mag running a 25p prop.... You should be getting that with a 19" prop maybe with a light load a 21"......Just my .02cents


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