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    Attempted trying out a 3 blade 25p tempest that came with the boat before when it had a 25” shaft and it’s a dog out of the hole and spins it to 6+K RPMs

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    Hey Mike whats up? My 28 Promax with 1.75s hits the limiter hard at 6800 and thats at 90mph. The #s are so far off it may be both wet and tired. Sorry for such depressing input. My son ran a 30 promax on a 1.62 last weekend on Greenwood lake and got 97.1. Not sure of his RPM. Something is way off here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesGang View Post
    Hey Mike whats up? My 28 Promax with 1.75s hits the limiter hard at 6800 and thats at 90mph. The #s are so far off it may be both wet and tired. Sorry for such depressing input. My son ran a 30 promax on a 1.62 last weekend on Greenwood lake and got 97.1. Not sure of his RPM. Something is way off here.
    I'll definitely look into checking for moisture but I also see many of you in the higher mph range are running a good amount of setback. I only have 5.5 with the CMC jackplate the motor currently sits on. Would additional setback make the big of a difference?

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    I have 5" of setback and so does Ben. Too much setback takes away from the rough water handling. 5 1/2 is fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesGang View Post
    I have 5" of setback and so does Ben. Too much setback takes away from the rough water handling. 5 1/2 is fine.
    Which I’m definitely happy with. I love the rough water handling of this boat. 67 in a 2 foot chop is great in my book in this small of a boat.

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    My new to me, restored 22 Velocity CC with a 350 Verado
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    Great looking rig!

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    Quote Originally Posted by YC4 View Post
    My new to me, restored 22 Velocity CC with a 350 Verado
    That's a nice boat. Wish I still had mine!

    Congrats.

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    Hi guys- putting a 250XS on my 1985 22' velocity. Bought a 5.5" jack plate as well. Quick question- what is everyone running for props? Also, should I put a nose cone on it? Torque Master gear case. Thanks

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    1985 All original? If the transom is good, go with 12" setback if you dont plan on flying in the rough.
    I have a 1987 Regal "Velocity". 250efi 5.5" setback and have run choppers, Trophy's and a Solas 4 blade.
    The chopper was the fastest 76mph, trophy and Solas handled better but topped out around 72.
    - Propshaft height even to 1" ABOVE the pad.
    I have a Torque master with 1.62 gears so all my props are low pitch but you dont really need a nose cone unless your faster than 85ish. There's lots of other threads if you search a bit on that topic
    If your lower has the 4 holes all the way on the nose of the case your good, just plug the top 6/8 on either side of the case using a 1/4" by 1/4" long set screw from homedepot.
    Make sure you have a water pressure gauge and temp gauge.

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    Personally I don't like that much setback. The handling suffers in rough water. Your 5.5 will work just fine and also a 24 ProMax may be a good place to start. They work great on Velocitys

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    I thought you had a 1.62 but that wasn't you. Whats you ratio?

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    Just put the motor on the bracket. My hynautic steering ram is on the front and very close to the transom well. I won't be able to trim much. Any ideas? Right now im at 2.5" below the pad. Should I go up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowisl View Post
    Just put the motor on the bracket. My hynautic steering ram is on the front and very close to the transom well. I won't be able to trim much. Any ideas? Right now im at 2.5" below the pad. Should I go up?
    More then likely yes, but can you post a picture of the cylinder and jack from the front.

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