2200 propping

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Re: 2200 propping

Postby Groman » Fri May 23, 2014 11:13 am

Unless they had it repitched? I did see where the Raker II comes in a 25p, but that is the only odd number they have listed.


I am going to try a PowerTech RK4R on my boat.
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Re: 2200 propping

Postby olmanblazer » Fri May 23, 2014 6:56 pm

A really nice 22 Raker came up on eBay for $150.00, not even a ding on the blades. I will have it for Wednesday, will see how it works and get it tweak. :D
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Re: 2200 propping

Postby olmanblazer » Fri Jun 13, 2014 8:00 pm

I finally was able to try the 22 raker, the only thing was my wife had a friend over from Florida and lets say she is a heafty girl :roll: . With 3 of us in the boat and 3/4 fuel was able to get 62mph against a very stif head wind. I was turning about 5900 rpm. I need to get the spacer and thrust washer right then try again with a little less weight forward of the console. :)
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Re: 2200 propping

Postby Groman » Wed Feb 25, 2015 10:11 am

Been a while since I posted, but recently ran a different prop on mine. It was a 24p RKR4 by PowerTech and although I was only able to spin it to 5500 the top speed was 64.6 MPH. Great hole shot and bite!
gonna try and locate a 22p
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Re: 2200 propping

Postby olmanblazer » Thu Feb 26, 2015 10:55 pm

Wow been a long time from my last post. I didn't play any more with prop was doing plenty of fishing. a few months back on a extremely low tide I hit a log in bayou blue and broke my skeg. With the 22 Raker the boat is very squirrely over 60. When summer comes back I'll play more, now it's too cold to go fast
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