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    New top speed in Tournament today

    My boat has been running almost 75 at the 3 setting on the atlas and spinning a fury 25 at 5700. WELL< fast forward today, i bumped the plast untill i lost some pressure, which was the 10 setting and it ran 76.4 at 5800..... I was happy !!! I am still learning but think 77 with the boat loaded and PP is around the corner...

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    That's a good number loaded!!

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    Forgot, thats with Dual PP, 4 agms and 30 gallons of gas. AND ONLY 4HRS ON MOTOR !!! I am impressed

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    Wow, that's impressive! Very nice!
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    But how does your deck measure???? Sorry - couldn't resist!!

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    For people curious the width of the 920 at pole pedestal is 6565.jpg

    The second pic is right behind the recess pedal at the trolling motor...54.jpg

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    #7
    What hole is the motor mounted in on the jack plate?

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    Hot rod,
    Is there a way to tell? I will gladly look

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    #9
    Look at where the enegine is mounted to the jack plate. There is 5 holes i would like to know what holes at the top the bolts are in Mine are in the middle 2 open at the top and bottom
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    Hot rod,
    Is there a way to tell? I will gladly look

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    What is the propshaft to pad measurement at the 10 setting on the jackplate with the trim at its peak

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    Quote Originally Posted by hellathump View Post
    Forgot, thats with Dual PP, 4 agms and 30 gallons of gas. AND ONLY 4HRS ON MOTOR !!! I am impressed
    And that was with the power poles down?!?!?!?! jk, good numbers for sure!

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    The motor should always be in the third hole down on the motor when using the Atlas plate. We have always rigged our boats that way as the jackplate does not have to travel as far for the correct prop to pad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rudapa View Post
    But how does your deck measure???? Sorry - couldn't resist!!
    Why laugh? Some people like wider deck space.

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    3rd hole down. Got 77mph with 1/3 tank!!!! Halling the mail

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    This is a 921 correct???? That is getting it done..........

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    That's smoking. I don't doubt it one bit.

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    Its a 920 guys

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    You are hitting those numbers with a 25 fury correct? I've got to try one my 26 fury is not getting the job done.

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    Not sure how i can run a 25 fury the 26 i have im turning it 5950 now

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    For some boats it seems like the 25 or 26 Fury is a good choice. Not sure why but on some boats the 26 fury runs well and others the 25 is the best. I ran a buddies 26 Fury and could only get to 5400-5500 with my 721 so I went ahead and bought a 25 Fury to try out on the rig. Some people also said a 27 tempest was going to be the fastest prop for a 721 but I think a lot of the factor has to do with elevation and how the boat is loaded. For some the 26 Fury will be better and others it will be the 25. I'm just thinking there has to be a 4 blade in either the trophy or bravo that would run great on these boats.

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