Told you so! :bigsmile:mtnrat said:Holy hole shot Batman! Like instantaneous.
I guess I was correct in thinking your leveling problem was caused from the torque of the prop then.. :winker:mtnrat said:The best thing is I no longer get prop torque at 4000+ rpm. That was unsettling. It now tracks straight and true, no matter how much power is applied.
Yep you had it nailed. Took it to 55mph and 4700 rpm. Perfectly straight. I am just glad I already had the duoprop conversion in the works.Fyhr Factor said:I guess I was correct in thinking your leveling problem was caused from the torque of the prop then.. :winker:
I'm glad it all worked out for you.. :bigsmile:
I think if my cav plate was no where near the water line at wot, my prop would be out of the water too..NO???? I have less than a 1/4" clearance between my prop to the cav plate and there's no water above the V hull at wot, so what's your prop pushing if it's in this area.. :confused1Tinkerer said:The cav plate is for getting on plane - at speed it is not needed at all.
My cav plate is no where near the water line when at WOT and I have no cavitation.