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Old 10-17-2006, 05:29 PM
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Wilson Custom Marine in Palm City or around that area. They are on this board wcmarine I think.

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Old 10-17-2006, 05:49 PM
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you may not find blazing speed or may not even gain speed. but done correctly the handling is far better. If the boat is well or three digit, it will help.
Even if it will help with cleaner water to to prob... the boat doesent handle well at 100
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please be careful....the blueprinting done on the VI drives by Herring is
not to make the skeg "thinner" but to "true up" the tube, housing and
the skeg. that's what make them handle so well...the blueprinted drives
don't fight themselves.

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Rob,
please be careful....the blueprinting done on the VI drives by Herring is
not to make the skeg "thinner" but to "true up" the tube, housing and
the skeg. that's what make them handle so well...the blueprinted drives
don't fight themselves.

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I been told the is the straighting that helps the most ,also sweep back. but thats all on the 6's I have heard og them doing.

But being that the Bmax looks so thick Something has to help??
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