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stuartmcnair
04-07-2008, 11:13 PM
took the boat out this weekend with the new carb (Thanks Rambo) and the new prop installed and all I can say is...D@MN!!!!!!!

14x18 OJ Stainless 4-blade (Thanks Jim@BAWS)

0-30 is rediculous. :eek3: Tops out at 42 but gets there quick.

Best part is how it held the speed around 20 while my son boarded. Much easier to drive.

:woohoo: :dance:

TMCNo1
04-08-2008, 07:28 AM
took the boat out this weekend with the new carb (Thanks Rambo) and the new prop installed and all I can say is...D@MN!!!!!!!

14x18 OJ Stainless 4-blade (Thanks Jim@BAWS)

0-30 is rediculous. :eek3: Tops out at 42 but gets there quick.

Best part is how it held the speed around 20 while my son boarded. Much easier to drive.

:woohoo: :dance:

Stuart, I've been running a polished OJ, 13 X 13, 4 blade S/S on our '89 1:1 for over 4 years and it is remarkable. Previous prop was a polished by OJ factory, 13 x13, 4 blade Nibral, but the S/S is killer. Hole shot is unreal, trick speed of 15.75 to 16.5 is set the throttle and forget it. Throttle response is excellent for slalom, w/wot of 44. I couldn't ask for any better performance and I've been thru several others too. Good to hear yours works for you!

aremsing
04-08-2008, 10:15 AM
Will this work for my 93 PS205? I like the sounds of a better 0-30. Really like the thought of easier time holding speed.