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Old 01-14-2010, 12:42 AM
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575 boat with regular transoms..what type of numbers are u guys seeing? and what difference would its be with a shorty..
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in my research I have seen that combo delivering mid to upper 80's
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Mine runs 94. But they average 91 - 93.
Shortys may give a few MPH, but getting on plane is a real challenge - esp if the water is not flat.
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the best i got was 88 Stock w ex boxes.

Now with the PUMP up best is 95.3!!! Brad Smith Power O yea
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Bill,
what rpm do you turn? and what props? also do you have an ITS or regular? The boat I am helping with is a regular transom 575 with whipple inner cooler kit...not sure on the props but it jumped to 5700 real fast on the demo ride...havent had it out other than that..

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What type of power do you make now? I remember reading about the pump up...what did they do again?
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The boat I am helping with is a regular transom 575 with whipple inner cooler kit...
whats the transom differences? i thought the differences would be on the bottom.
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Right around 650 hp now. 30 in bravo 4 blade labbed 5700 w 1 36 gears
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whats the transom differences? i thought the differences would be on the bottom.
ITS or regular HP Transom Assy...
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I know of one on Lk. Erie that runs 87 on a regular basis with stock 575's. Under the right conditions 90 seems likely.
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My '02 with Whiples ran 93-94 easy with some throttle left.
Standard XR's and 32's
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