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    Depth of motor

    FlashFlash Member Posts: 5
    My 2007 Sanpan 2500 FE appears to be somewhat sluggish, has a Yamaha F115. Wondering what hole everyone is running their motor on.
    thanks for your help 


    • FlashFlash Member Posts: 5
      It was in the 2nd hole from top, raised it up one hole and it was venting, dropped it down all the way and it is better but not right. Changing prop out next 
    • FlashFlash Member Posts: 5
      Installed black max 14/13 5400 rpm wot, does great docking but still not right 
    • FlashFlash Member Posts: 5
      A friend loaned me his Renegade 14/12 5900 rpm wot 25 mph. This prop has no cup. And little performance at low rpm 
    • lboudreaulboudreau Member Posts: 7
      I have a 2018 Sweetwater 2386 DT with a Yamaha 115 and I am in hole #2 from the bottom. My dealer just installed a 4 blade prop and I noticed a  big difference instantly gaining 4 MPH and  especially in turns holding my speed better. Not sure of diameter and pitch but because RPM wide open is 5400  they will need to go down a pitch. 
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