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Subject: Re: We're in a quandary

Ian S
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Date Posted: 23:09:12 10/01/2009 Sat
In reply to: Alan Smith 's message, "We're in a quandary" on 22:13:09 10/01/2009 Sat

There is something that does not add up here. You should get more than 6mph with 40 hp, even if you engine is only producing 75% of its power.

You have check prop size, which I would do as first step. I wonder what the engine revs at. Do you have a rev counter?

Also, do you know what prop you have on? Norris are pretty good, but I could check against a couple of progs that I have.

Ian S

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Re: We're in a quandaryAlan Smith08:53:53 11/01/2009 Sun

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