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Old 02-05-2002, 11:58 PM
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I know Ill never go to fast but whats a respectable speed for a 20'
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Old 02-06-2002, 12:35 AM
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What kind of a hull, what kind of water.

I had a 15ft Hydrostream that did in the high 70's and my buddy had a 17 that is in the mid 80's

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Size doesnt matter

Audio is right, some of the smaller boats click right along with the bigger ones.... well.... as speed goes at least

my 18 is a high 80mph boat......

so... tell us... wutcha runnin??
 
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20' excalibur(7.4) it reads 65 on the speedo had it on a gps once and it was at 58 with bad prop
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thats on lake erie, damn the low water level
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What hp 7.4? What prop and what pitch?
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ask sharkey if you need a big boat to hual ass and handle rough water.
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a buddy that runs with us has a 21' baja with a stock 454 mag that does 74 on gps...

My powerplay 18' 3000lbs does 63mph with a tired 270 hp 350 mag.. shes gonna be little faster this year with a 383 390+ hp
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its the 310hp with a 21 mirage plus I should be able to run a 23 and put through hull exhaust on it
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it starts to chine walk a little when I get close to top speed (60mph) how do I tell what the max I can get out of this hull?
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