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    #21

    Re: The "Official What Are Your Numbers" Post!! (carolina killer)

    Boat: 1997 492VS
    Motor: 1997 Simon Motorsports Mercury 335HP EFI
    Jackplate: 6" Hi Jacker Pro HP
    Prop: Bravo 1 24P, 25P A45 Trophy, 25P A45 Tempest, 27P A45 Tempest
    Setting: 2 3/4" Below Pad
    Top GPS: 76.24@ 6100 rpm 1/2 tanks (35gals) by myself 27P Tempest A45 B/B by Mark Croxton...


    Modified by 492slayer at 9:57 PM 5/15/2010

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    #22

    Re: The "Official What Are Your Numbers" Post!! (FishnGI)

    Still getting the hang of my new-to-me boat. So far:

    Boat: 2003 Ranger 521DVX
    Motor: 2004 Evinrude 225HO
    Jackplate: Bobs Hydraulic 6"
    Prop: Mercury Tempest 26, all plugs removed
    Setting to Pad: on the fly depending on load, water
    Top GPS Speed: 72.2 mph, probably a little more can be squeezed out, with medium load
    Average GPS Speed: 71.0 with full tourney load
    RPMs: 5800
    Notes: no prop work

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    #23

    Re: The "Official What Are Your Numbers" Post!! (ncz20)

    Boat: 06 Z20 dual consol
    Motor: 06 225 Yamaha 225 HPDI
    Jackplate: 10" jack plate
    Prop: Yamaha 25 A45 Trophy with blow out ring
    Setting to Pad: 2 1/2 below pad
    Top GPS Speed: 72.9 with full load and me alone 250lb and one full tank
    Average GPS speed: 69.9 with full tanks, tourny load and 2 people
    RPMs: 5700
    Notes: Still playing with this prop!!

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    #24

    Re: The "Official What Are Your Numbers" Post!! (FishnGI)

    Boat: 2006 Ranger 521 DVX
    Motor: 2006 Yamaha 250 VMax HPDI
    Jackplate: Hydraulic Ranger 6"
    Prop: Mercury Tempest 25 Plus, medium plugs in
    Setting to Pad: set on 2 on Hydraulic JackPlate meter, 3/4 trim
    Top GPS Speed: 73.04 mph with full tanks, 2 people(2 X 190lbs), medium-heavy load (GPS reading off a GlobalMap 3500C)
    Average GPS Speed: in between 71-72 with full tourney load
    RPMs: 5950
    Notes: Prop not worked, Full deck option, MinnKota 101 US


    update on prop tests - full gas, full tackle, riding alone

    - 26 Bravo 1 B&B'd by Croxton with dual PVS
    2 full and 2 small plugs in
    74.2 @ 5900 rpm
    - 25 stock TXP
    3 medium plugs in
    75.3 @ 5950 rpm
    - 25 Tempest B&B'd by Croxton
    3 medium plugs in
    76.4 @ 6000 rpm
    - 25 Tempest B&B's by DAH
    3 medium plugs in
    75.1 @ 5900 rpm
    - 26 Tempest B&B's by DAH
    3 medium plugs in
    74.6 @ 5800 rpm




    Modified by BroncoHorvath at 9:27 AM 7/7/2006


    Modified by BroncoHorvath at 10:10 PM 6/30/2008
    2013 Z119 with a Evinrude 225 ETEC HO
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    #25

    Re: The "Official What Are Your Numbers" Post!! (FishnGI)


    Boat: 2006 Ranger Z20 single console
    Motor: 2006 Mercury 225 XS
    Jackplate: Bob's 10 inch hydro
    Prop: Mercury Tempest 25
    Setting to Pad: 3 1/2 above
    Top GPS Speed: 74.5 mph with full tanks, medium load, one person at sea level
    Average GPS Speed: 72 with full tourney loadand two people
    RPMs:5900
    Notes: Prop worked by Rich Boger.

  6. Member JoePA's Avatar
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    #26

    Re: The "Official What Are Your Numbers" Post!! (wanabepro)

    3 Blade setup

    -Boat: 1992 Ranger 392V
    -Motor: 1992 Johnson 200 Limited Edition
    -Jackplate: Slidemaster 10"
    -Prop: Mercury Tempest 24", 2 large and 1 medium opening plug
    -Setting to Pad: 3" below pad
    -Top GPS Speed: 68.5 mph with full tanks, medium load
    -Average GPS Speed: 65.7 with full tourney load
    -RPMs: 5800
    -Notes: I run a 25 in cooler weather and the 24 in the summer.


    4 Blade setup

    -Boat: 1992 Ranger 392V
    -Motor: 1992 Johnson 200 Limited Edition
    -Jackplate: Slidemaster 10"
    -Prop: Turbo 2+2 24", over hub exhaust
    -Setting to Pad: 3" below pad
    -Top GPS Speed: 66.7 mph with full tanks, medium load
    -Average GPS Speed: 65.3 with full tourney load
    -RPMs: 5800-5900
    -Notes: Great prop and had similar results with a Trophy 24. Trophy got me 1 mph more and had a little more left in it for tuning where the Turbo was maxed out.
    Last edited by Carlos H; 01-08-2013 at 06:23 PM.
    Joe Galada - Tamaqua, PA
    2004 Ranger 521VX - Evinrude 250

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    #27

    Re: The "Official What Are Your Numbers" Post!! (FishnGI)

    Boat- 1988 363V
    Motor- 1998 150efi merc
    No jackplate but but in top holes
    prop 24P trophy
    top speed 64.2 GPS W/ 1/2 tank fuel and me
    average speed 62.5 loaded down



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    #28

    Re: The "Official What Are Your Numbers" Post!! (FishnGI)

    Ok here are my new numbers, just got the new motor and still dialing it in.

    Boat: 2002 Ranger 205 DVS
    Motor: 2006 Etec 225 HO
    Jackplate: Bob's Hyd 6"
    Prop: Raker II 26P
    Setting to Pad: 3 1/2" below pad
    Top GPS Speed: 73.6 Full tank with just me
    Average GPS Speed: 69.9 2 people, tournament load
    RPMs: 5800
    Notes: The hole shot is not the best, but it gets going quick, and oh soooooo quiet and smooth...


    If there is anything else that should be included, send me an IM and let me know.

    If not, then let's see your numbers!


  9. Kansas Bass Club Moderator
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    #29
    Boat: 1993 481V
    Motor: 1993 Johnson 175 Faststrike
    Jackplate: Rite hite 10 inch
    Prop: 24 Raker
    Setting to pad: 3.5 inches
    RPM: 5500 cool weather, 5400 hot weather
    Top speed: 1/4 tank fuel, me and light load, cool weather 64.8 MPH
    Average top speed: 61 MPH loaded, two people

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    #30

    Re: (rngr481)

    Boat: 2000 462VS
    Motor: 2000 175 Mercury EFI
    Jackplate: Detwiler 6" Hydraulic
    Prop: 25" Tempest A45
    Setting to pad: Varies... Runs best at 3.5" though
    RPM: 5950
    Top speed: 67.8 MPH (GPS) full tanks of fuel, me and a tournament load, HOT weather 90's w/ 90% humidity
    Average top speed: 64 MPH loaded, two people w/ full tournament gear...


    Modified by fishinbrad at 3:29 PM 8/16/2006

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    #31

    Re: The "Official What Are Your Numbers" Post!! (FishnGI)

    Boat: 2006 188VS
    Motor: 2006 175 Mercury Optimax
    Jackplate: Hiterite 6" Manual
    Prop: 25" Tempest Plus
    Setting to pad: 3.5
    RPM: 5500
    Top speed: 66.1 MPH (GPS) 1/2 tanks of fuel, me and tournament load, VERY HOT weather mid 90's.


    Have a good one and thank God for it!

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    #32

    Re: The "Official What Are Your Numbers" Post!! (FlFedAngler)

    1986 320V 1995 115 Fastrike,131/2 in. of setback,hotfoot,24 pitch Raker worked by Rich Bogar, 21/2 in. below the pad, 6,200 RPM 64.5 MPH GPS. all fishing gear,livewells empty,2 batteries...
    "Stay thirsty my friends"

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    #33

    Re: The

    Boat: 2001 520 DVX
    Motor: 2001 225 Mercury Optimax
    Jackplate: None
    Prop: 25" Tempest Plus
    Setting to pad: ??
    RPM: 5400ish
    Top speed: 70 (GPS) - as light as can get
    Avg Speed: 66 - 68 (GPS) tourney loaded, full fuel, just depending on water temp, wind, current, etc.
    Last edited by Carlos H; 01-08-2013 at 06:24 PM.

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    #34

    Re: The "Official What Are Your Numbers" Post!! (bassfishinglawyer)

    Boat: 2004 521 dvx
    Motor: 2004 Evinrude225ho
    Jackplate: Bobs hyd.
    Prop: 26" trophy(stock)
    Motor height: Varys with conditions
    Top GPS speed: 74.8(27" trophy)
    73.8(26" trophy) Fully loaded,one man,full tanks,4 29 series batts.
    Avg tourney load speed(gps) 70-71



    Modified by Ky 521 at 3:11 AM 10/19/2006

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    #35

    Re: The "Official What Are Your Numbers" Post!! (FishnGI)

    Boat: 1998 518 SVS Special
    Motor: 2004 Johnson 175 carb
    Jackplate: None
    Prop: Renegade Bass 4 blade stainless
    Top GPS Speed: 62.3 mph with full tanks, medium load, alone
    Average GPS Speed: 62
    RPMs: 5600
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    #36

    Re: The "Official What Are Your Numbers" Post!! (tc080)

    2006 519VX 200 Optimax
    Factory settings on engine height.
    No Jackplate
    25 Tempest Plus Prop
    70.0 mph GPS Full Tourney load and 1/2 tank of gas.
    5500ish rpms
    This boat jumps out of the hole fast.
    I'm very pleased with peformance and I havn't done anything.



    Modified by Marshall at 5:40 PM 10/30/2006

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    #37

    Re: The "Official What Are Your Numbers" Post!! (Marshall)

    Boat: 2005 Ranger Z21
    Motor: 2005 Yamaha 250 HPDI
    Jackplate: 10" Bob's Hydraulic Jackplate
    Prop: Yamaha 25 t-1
    Setting to Pad:
    Top GPS Speed:66.5 with full load of full and tourny gear
    Average GPS Speed:
    RPMs: 5500
    Notes:

    Anyone have any better set up on this rig. Would like to see a little better bow lift and a little more top end. Not sure if I can turn any more prop or not, any help would be apprectiated.

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    #38

    Re: The "Official What Are Your Numbers" Post!! (bluez21)

    Boat- "07 188 Ranger
    Motor- 175 Optimax
    Prop- 25 Tempest
    Jackplate- Ritehite 6"
    Setting to pad- 3.25
    GPS- 63.3 with 2 aboard, fishing equip. 3/4 fuel, high hum. and 78 water temp.
    RPM's- 5530
    Notes- 7 hrs. on motor

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    #39

    Re: The "Official What Are Your Numbers" Post!! (FishnGI)

    Boat: 2006 Ranger 188VS
    Motor: 2006 Yamaha 175 HPDI
    Jackplate: Slidemaster 3"
    Prop: Mercury Tempest 25", all plugs removed
    Setting to Pad: 2.75" below pad (still at 23 psi of water)
    Top GPS Speed: 67.6 mph with half tank, by myself, medium load
    RPMs: 5550
    Notes: approx. 12 hours on the motor

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    #40

    Re: The "Official What Are Your Numbers" Post!! (FishnGI)

    Boat: 2006 Ranger Z19
    Motor: 2006 Mercury 225 OptiMax
    Jackplate: Slidemaster 10'
    Prop: Mercury Tempest 25", one plug removed
    Setting to Pad: 3 " below pad
    Top GPS Speed: 69.3 mph with full tanks, medium load
    Average GPS Speed: 68 with full tourney load
    RPMs: 5400
    Notes: 30 hours- no adjustment from initial setup- summer temps
    Last edited by Carlos H; 01-08-2013 at 06:24 PM.


    Lin Burnett - Little Rock, AR
    2006 Ranger Z-19 - 225 Optimax

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