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Date Posted: - Saturday - 01/ 5/08 - 3:40pm
Author: matts
Subject: Problem backing under power
In reply to: mike Anthony 's message, "backing to port" on - Saturday - 01/ 5/08 - 3:17pm

Thanks, Mike. I've tried the reverse to neutral trick, but since our entry channel is rather narrow, backing is still pretty risky. Your prop size is of interest, though. I'll have the diver check ours the next time he scrubs the bottom.

matts

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[> [> [> Prop -- Mike M-40 #61, - Sunday - 01/ 6/08 - 2:26pm

You might have your diver clean your prop while doing the bottom. An unpolised prop is only 80% efficient.


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