Happy New Year

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Happy New Year

Postby Blazer Johnnie » Tue Jan 01, 2008 9:00 am

Just wanted to wish everyone a HAPPY NEW YEAR and remind you that if it is at all possible, come by one of the boat shows that I have listed on my Merry Christmas post that I will be attending and introduce yourselves to me. Look forward to meeting each and every one of you.

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Re: Happy New Year

Postby bailiff29 » Tue Jan 01, 2008 1:32 pm

HAPPY NEW YEAR. I HAVE A 2005 BLAZER 202 WITH A HPDI 300, COULD YOU TELL ME WHAT PITCH PROP AND JACKPLATE
YOU WOULD RUN ON THIS BOAT. ALSO ABOUT HOW FAST SHOULD THIS BOAT RUN WITH YOUR RECOMENDATIONS?

THANKS,
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Re: Happy New Year

Postby Isle of Palms » Tue Jan 01, 2008 10:39 pm

One of my customers has a 2004 202 with a VZ300. 10in bobs hydraulic with 2in spacers. Last I check he runs a 29 pitch prop that he's had some work done to. Fastests we've run it was 90mph.
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Re: Happy New Year

Postby Blazer Johnnie » Wed Jan 02, 2008 10:40 am

We send that combo out with a 29 pitch Yamaha factory prop. If you want to go faster you usually have to get the standard prop re-worked.

Sad to say but the factory engine company props are hardly never to spec's. You can find quite a difference in each blade on a single prop.

Bottom line, go to a good prop shop and get it redone for best performance, but then, be careful and don't hit anything with it.

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