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    #181
    Update 819 with 200 optimax. Ran 71.8 at 5700+ on analog with a 25 fury4. Solo run 3/4 fuel port live well full heavy tackle load. Also running 4 batteries with a 112 hanging on the bow. 3 inch ptp 30lbs water pressure. Was no wind to speak over 70 degrees air and water. Without water in the live well getting on the limiter. Thoughts on a 26p fury4. Afraid it may be lazy getting up. 3- 4 second hole shot with 25p. Thanks for the input.

  2. #182
    UPDATED 1/13/2017

    2017 919/225 pro xs
    full fuel & oil
    myself only (190lbs)
    single console
    regular tackle load
    port live well full
    25 fury
    my dealer set the manual jackplate to the sweet spot they know about. I can measure p2p later...P2P is 3.5
    79.2 gps
    3 batteries in boat/24v TM
    im right at sea level. Water and air temps mid 40's.
    Last edited by Bassboater101; 02-13-2017 at 09:37 PM.
    2017 - Phoenix 919 / 225hp Pro Xs

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    #183
    I would really like to know the p2p on your 919. i am running a 225 pro xs and am currently trying to find the sweet spot.

  4. #184
    Quote Originally Posted by dmtindell2010 View Post
    I would really like to know the p2p on your 919. i am running a 225 pro xs and am currently trying to find the sweet spot.
    What kind of jack plate are you running? Mines a pro hijacker z lock. I can't get p2p now but if you have the same plate factory installed, measure 3" down from the top .

    2017 - Phoenix 919 / 225hp Pro Xs

  5. Bling Master/Gadget Guru DREWTICK's Avatar
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    #185
    you also need to show what hole the engine is mounted in.

  6. #186
    Quote Originally Posted by DREWTICK View Post
    you also need to show what hole the engine is mounted in.
    I thought about that but doesn't Phoenix put them all at the same if you order a opti with same jackplate?
    2017 - Phoenix 919 / 225hp Pro Xs

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    #187
    Bassboater101
    I get it.....you can get your 919 to 77.....however that is full trim white knuckle speed. My question is how fast can you get your 919 when you are making a long run? What is your sustained speed?

  8. #188
    I've only had the boat a little over a month but there's no reason why I wouldn't be able to hold 77 for a long period of time. I still had trim to go and it's not "white nuckle" at all. It's actually pretty comfortable. 75 -76 is very easy to reach.
    2017 - Phoenix 919 / 225hp Pro Xs

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    #189
    Tony just fished ABA yesterday with me,partner, livewell full and half a tank of gas and ran 76 without any problems and very stable. That was about a 18 mile run. That is with a 2 yr old river run 25 pitch Fury. I have hit 80 by myself going down the river with the current and very stable. I have a 919 with a Bob's and a ProXS

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    #190
    Quote Originally Posted by Hookedup2 View Post
    Tony just fished ABA yesterday with me,partner, livewell full and half a tank of gas and ran 76 without any problems and very stable. That was about a 18 mile run. That is with a 2 yr old river run 25 pitch Fury. I have hit 80 by myself going down the river with the current and very stable. I have a 919 with a Bob's and a ProXS
    what is your boat set up? poles or talons or neither? tackle weight? i cant seem to get over 72 with 2 people and 74 by myself. its either a weight ballance deal or im carrying too much tackle
    2017 Phoenix 919 Pro-XP 225 Mercury Pro-XS

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    #191
    I have 4 29 series batteries for the MK 112, no poles or talons and as far as load I have the left compartment full of tackle. I carry 18 rods and the center is full of tackle but the lighter stuff. I have my PTP is at 2.75 for speed and I drop the bob's down 1 in for holeshot. I did pick up some rpms as my engine broke in I now have about 120 hours.

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    #192
    This is my exact setup, and I mean exact (except I have poles). same engine, prop, ptp measurement, but I can only get 74mph alone and 72mph tourney loaded with partner. I am sending my spare prop to Mark, is there anything he can do particularly. Is there anything I can do to get my performance up?????

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    #193
    921 / 250 SHO
    2 - 10' Blades
    25-T1
    2" @ WOT...3.5 Takeoff
    Bob's 12" Action Jack (Hydro)
    6070 rpm's
    GPS-75.4 mph...1 time best, heat of summer, water 78, humid day, 74+ mph consistent
    This is with 2/3 gas, loaded gear for 2, but just me in boat. (I carry too much stuff)
    Last edited by Fidgetcranker; 12-06-2016 at 05:03 AM.

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    #194
    2017 721/ 2017 250 ProXS
    2 8' Power Pole Blades
    36V Mk Fortrex (three group 31 AGM trolling batteries)
    25 Fury Stock
    50 gallons fuel, two guys (~400lbs), HEAVY load of tackle
    Water Temp: 58 Air Temp: 39
    10" Atlas mounted in second hole from the top, running at 14
    74.3 MPH GPS @ approximately 5960

    Same load but running at 16 on Atlas gauge and 1 person
    76.0 @ approximately 6000

    26 Fury that I'm gonna get worked is incoming, will update numbers hopefully!

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    #195
    UPDATE:

    2017 721/ 2017 250 ProXS
    2 8' Blades
    36V Mk Fortrex (three group 31 AGM trolling batteries)
    26 Fury Stock
    ~40 gallons fuel, two guys (~400lbs), my load of tackle plus a little from my co-angler
    Water Temp: 66 Air Temp: 72
    10" Atlas mounted in second hole from the top, running at 15
    75.5 MPH GPS @ approximately 5850

    SUPER happy with that, just couldn't get it again the rest of the day. Had a stiff north wind behind me when I ran it that made the perfect small, even chop that I suspect was part of what helped me get up to speed on that run.

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    #196
    Ive got a 920 on order that will be done next month, 250 pro xs with manual jackplate, what prop do you guys recommend for that set up, the most weight it will have added other than a standard load is 1 talon occasionally.

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    #197
    Quote Originally Posted by legendboats89 View Post
    Ive got a 920 on order that will be done next month, 250 pro xs with manual jackplate, what prop do you guys recommend for that set up, the most weight it will have added other than a standard load is 1 talon occasionally.
    25 pitch fury and a 26 pitch as a spare.

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    #198

    2016 921 ProXP Setup

    Boat: 2016 921 ProXP
    Motor: Mercury 250 ProXS
    Prop: 3 blade 25P Fury
    Prop to Pad: 3 1/2"
    Jackplate: TH Maine 12" Manual
    Speed: Only 8 hours on motor - Best so far: 72.5mph @ 5400rpm's
    Conditions: 8:00AM / 70 degrees / Bluebird sky / No wind / Water temp 69 degrees / Elevation 1506' (Saguaro Lake, AZ)
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    #199
    2017 721 Pro XP

    Motor = SHO 250
    Prop + 27 T-1 worked by Croxton
    Prop to Pad = ? Hydr Plate with gauge on 18
    Speed = 80.6 mph
    Water temp = 60 degrees
    Conditions = less than 5 mph wind

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    #200
    2017 921 PHX
    Motor = 250 ProXS
    Prop = Stop 25p Fury
    JP = Atlas Hydro on 11
    Speed = 73.5
    Weight = Half tank Gas, livewells empty, 1 person
    Conditions = light ripple

    still getting used to it, loaded down I was getting 71 easy with 2 people

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