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    #21
    Boat and motor: 2013 921 PRO XP MERCURY 250 PRO XS
    Power Poles/Talon: 1 8FT SIGNATURE POLE
    Prop Type/Blades: 26 TEMPEST / 3 BLADE
    Prop to Pad Height: NEED TO CHECK IT (WILL UPDATE)
    JackPlate: 10" MANUAL
    RPMS: 5500
    Speed: 65 GPS (2 anglers) full load

    I will try to update as I learn how to run her, as we have only been aquainted for 2 weeks. PHOENIX-921-2013.jpg

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    You have a lot more in there for sure. Mine slowed to 75.0 yesterday (1 person, tackle, & 40 gallons) since I added the two talons. Last saturday, with a full load of fuel and 2 people it was 72-73. I did have my prop B &B
    Quote Originally Posted by BB921 View Post
    Boat and motor: 2013 921 PRO XP MERCURY 250 PRO XS
    Power Poles/Talon: 1 8FT SIGNATURE POLE
    Prop Type/Blades: 26 TEMPEST / 3 BLADE
    Prop to Pad Height: NEED TO CHECK IT (WILL UPDATE)
    JackPlate: 10" MANUAL
    RPMS: 5500
    Speed: 65 GPS (2 anglers) full load

    I will try to update as I learn how to run her, as we have only been aquainted for 2 weeks. PHOENIX-921-2013.jpg
    Matthew 6:33
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    #23
    Quote Originally Posted by artdevilish View Post
    You have a lot more in there for sure. Mine slowed to 75.0 yesterday (1 person, tackle, & 40 gallons) since I added the two talons. Last saturday, with a full load of fuel and 2 people it was 72-73. I did have my prop B &B
    I have not tried to run it full WOT, still learning how to drive it. Last boat was a Nitro 750NX with a 90HP Merc so I took a big leap here. When I get it down I'll post new results I'm sure. However I did have a full tank of gas and 2 full livewells on Sunday morning at Big Sam. It was a demo boat, dealer ran it at 74-75 typically. But he knows this boat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BB921 View Post
    I have not tried to run it full WOT, still learning how to drive it. Last boat was a Nitro 750NX with a 90HP Merc so I took a big leap here. When I get it down I'll post new results I'm sure. However I did have a full tank of gas and 2 full livewells on Sunday morning at Big Sam. It was a demo boat, dealer ran it at 74-75 typically. But he knows this boat.
    Gotcha...It took me a couple of weeks to learn to drive mine (with a little help from resident guru :D)
    Matthew 6:33
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    #25
    finally got my 250 merc on my 721 broke in the other day and was able to stretch it out. will do 75 to 76 @ 6000 depending on the chop with two people and a half a tank of fuel and dual power poles @ tournament load. by myself ive seen close to 79 @ 6200 but believe it has some more in it. im running a 26 fury prop and not sure what the prop to pad is. I would love to see it bump 80 but i am very happy with what it does now.

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    #26
    Quote Originally Posted by BB921 View Post
    Boat and motor: 2013 921 PRO XP MERCURY 250 PRO XS
    Power Poles/Talon: 1 8FT SIGNATURE POLE
    Prop Type/Blades: 26 TEMPEST / 3 BLADE
    Prop to Pad Height: NEED TO CHECK IT (WILL UPDATE)
    JackPlate: 10" MANUAL
    RPMS: 5500
    Speed: 65 GPS (2 anglers) full load

    I will try to update as I learn how to run her, as we have only been aquainted for 2 weeks. PHOENIX-921-2013.jpg
    that's the sweetest color combo I've seen yet!

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    #27
    Boat and motor:2012 921 /250 Pro XS
    Power Poles/Talon:1 10' blade
    Prop Type/Blades:26 fury worked by Croxton
    Prop to Pad Height: Not sure plate all the way down
    JackPlate: 10" Atlas hydraulic
    RPMS:5740
    Speed:77 MPH single/73.6 2 guys and tourney load

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    #28
    Quote Originally Posted by jonmay View Post
    that's the sweetest color combo I've seen yet!
    i'm not much a fan of red but that is badass.

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    #29
    Quote Originally Posted by idbefishing View Post
    i'm not much a fan of red but that is badass.
    I love Red so imagine what that boat does for me...

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    #30
    I love that color combo as well....but after having a black hull that had rubbed a few stumps.....it shows off the scratches like no other.....none prettier if you're fishing clean water though.....

    2014 Z119c ~ 225 Pro XS//2014 Chevy Silverado High Country 6.2l

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    #31
    2014 Phoenix 618 Pro
    175 Pro XS 24 Tempest plus 3 1/4 below pad
    Empty livewells with at least 20 gallons of fuel. I put that in before I launched but with those fuel guages you never really know since it has a 10 gallon reserve on E.
    Hit 64 at 57-58k rpm and she started walking bad. Had more but couldn't drive through the chine. Need some help with the setup.

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    #32
    Quote Originally Posted by artdevilish View Post
    just curious...looking at the Post your numbers post on the triton page, they all seem to run 78+mph. Do you believe that? Never been a fan of them, but was surprised to read that. Guess I shouldn't be so "skeptical"
    I've been in a bunch of Triton's and the only way i think a Triton would do 78+ is hooked to the back of a top fuel dragster. JMHO

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    #33
    Quote Originally Posted by HappyhookerPasadena View Post
    2014 Phoenix 618 Pro
    175 Pro XS 24 Tempest plus 3 1/4 below pad
    Empty livewells with at least 20 gallons of fuel. I put that in before I launched but with those fuel guages you never really know since it has a 10 gallon reserve on E.
    Hit 64 at 57-58k rpm and she started walking bad. Had more but couldn't drive through the chine. Need some help with the setup.
    you can get 618 with 175 motor? I didnt see that on the web site.
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    #34
    Quote Originally Posted by mike28nc View Post
    you can get 618 with 175 motor? I didnt see that on the web site.
    The 150 is standard. If the boat is ordered w/ the 175 the coast guard plate will reflect the 175 as max hp. So yes, the 175 is available on the 618

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    #35
    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Co. Hank View Post
    The 150 is standard. If the boat is ordered w/ the 175 the coast guard plate will reflect the 175 as max hp. So yes, the 175 is available on the 618

    I will keep that in mind. Looking at changing boats
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    #36
    Boat and motor: 2014 920 PRO XP MERCURY 250 PRO XS
    Power Poles/Talon: 2 8FT Sportsman II PP
    Prop Type/Blades: 25 Fury
    Prop to Pad Height: Need to measure
    JackPlate: 10" Atlas
    RPMS: 5950
    Speed: 78.1
    1 Guy 40 gallons of fuel and empty livewells

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    #37
    Thats screaming

    2013 920 w/250 Pro XS
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    Screaming FAST

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    #38
    2014 721/ 2014 ProXS
    10"manual jackplate
    25 fury prop
    3 1/2 below pad
    1 guy 1/2 tank fuel
    79 mph
    Last edited by adamr_41; 11-08-2014 at 12:58 AM.
    2014 Phoenix 721
    2014 Mercury Pro xs

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    #39
    Quote Originally Posted by BrentR View Post
    I've been in a bunch of Triton's and the only way i think a Triton would do 78+ is hooked to the back of a top fuel dragster. JMHO
    Yep, 2013, 21HP Merc 250 Proxs, 26 Fury, 2 power poles, 2 people, 78.2 at 5900 rpms.

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    #40
    09 721 with 09 250 pro xs
    Power Poles/Talon: dual pro II's
    Prop Type/Blades: 25.5 B&B Croxton Fury
    Prop to Pad Height: 3 1/4"
    JackPlate: Pro Jacker Z Lock 10"
    RPMS: 5800-5900
    Speed: 78.1
    livewells 3/4 full, tackle, 1 person, half tank of fuel
    Last edited by tmmfont; 11-25-2016 at 01:01 PM. Reason: Added poles

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