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Skipper
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎02-24-2013

200HO E-Tec WOT

I have a 2012 200HO on my 24 Grady White.  The manual indicates the Full Throttle range at 4500-5800 rpm.  The new 200HO for 2014 sets that range at 5250 - 6000 rpm.  I am running the 17 pitch Rebel prop and run at 5200 rpm WOT which is the middle of the range for my year.  Why the change in WOT rang on the newer engine?

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Captain
Posts: 168
Registered: ‎07-19-2011

Re: 200HO E-Tec WOT

Different engines is the simple answer and the EPA NTE emissions is another one. The optimum WOT RPM for YOUR engine is 5500-5700 so you are overpropped, not accurate RPM, not seeing the control cables adjusted correctly to see the correct TPS percentage and voltage, engine too low or a combination of all the above. The engine will perform, last and sound better getting the revs up around 500RPM at WOT. Easiest to start with making sure the engine is not too low and they are accurate RPM which something like I-Command gauges give. If analogue Tacho they can be out. Also if you can not see the AV plate when trimmed correctly the engine is too low.
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Admiral
Posts: 9,386
Registered: ‎07-14-2011

Re: 200HO E-Tec WOT

A 15" Rebel may  help your performance and the health of your motor, especially if you can raise the motor a couple of holes.

 

 

 


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