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    #21
    Most SS props are cupped at casting not added later. Look at the trailing side of the blade that indentation is cup.

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    #22
    I have a 94' Javelin 179 and I get 55 all day long with a 150 h.p Johnson Faststrike.

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    #23
    im running a consistent 62+ with 2 230+ pound people 15-20 gal of fuel 10 gal in livewell and full tackle one person same load is 64-65+
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    #24
    seen a tad over 66 yesterday that's all the boat has. thinking of trying a trophy or possibly a fury 4
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    #25
    66 with a 24" prop is all it's going to do unless you have the prop worked. To get more speed you would need to be able to turn a 25" prop close to the same rpm's as that 24" raker.

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