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Skipper
Posts: 3
Registered: ‎07-21-2011

Prop for top performance

Ok i have a 225 etech 2011 model i have it on a 201 pro stratos i now have a raker II tbx prop on it it does good has a lot of steering torque and a little squirlel on wot which im running around 5800 to 5900 ive been told that one of the best props is a mercury trophy plus how doe this stand up to a renegade tbx and will the mercury work on a evinrude? ( or do i have the best combination now running 74 gps at wot

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Admiral
Posts: 8,336
Registered: ‎07-14-2011

Re: Prop for top performance

Can't answer about other brands of props but I'd recommend a bit more more pitch to get the rpms down to around 5500-5600 rpms which may give slightly better speeds. Propping is an art so try various ones to find out which is best all around for your application.

 

Often you may need 2 props, one for light loads and top speeds, and another for heavier tournament loads on hot muggy summer days.

 

 

 


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