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Old 01-02-2013, 04:11 PM   #1
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low water pickup set up

low water pickup set up where should the bullet nose cone be just below keel ? or level on 18ft phantom late shape
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Old 01-02-2013, 05:18 PM   #2
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really depends on a number of things

prop choice
race or leisure
skiing
set back

if you could give us some more info maybe we could give you some suggestions.
As a general rule though i'd set it about an 1 1/2" below and use the middle holes that way you can move it up or down a bit if required
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thanks 1 t0 2 inches thats just where i got it swinging a 26 chopper on 250 v6 2 stroke but am only getting 7k revs max
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thanks 1 t0 2 inches thats just where i got it swinging a 26 chopper on 250 v6 2 stroke but am only getting 7k revs max
What engine? is there a rev limiter?
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