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    Anyone ever try a Fury on 216 or any other Cobra?

    If so what kind of numbers did you get?
    Last edited by Sports1; 04-01-2017 at 12:19 PM.

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    I've run a fury 3 blade on a 201 and 188. I don't have numbers for you, but can tell you that both the tempest and trophy ran better with the tempest giving the best speed and the trophy giving a little more control. I'd be curious to see how a bravo xs runs on these with the larger diameter.

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    Thanks for the input.

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    #4
    Never tried one, but from what I've read & heard, is the Fury prop a disappointment or even an outright bust??
    Maybe I just haven't heard from the right people...
    When it first came out, it was made out to be "THE" prop for bassboats, but seems like it does not significantly out-perform a Tempest for most.
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    #5
    I'd like to try a Bravo or a Fury 4. For me, the Trophy has been the best overall.

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    I have a Cobra 216 with 225ProXs with 10" Jackplate.
    I am running a 25" Fury. I need more RPMs though. If i was running the same thing i would recommend a 24" or if you have an EFI i would recommend the 24".
    Now if you have a 250XB the 25-26" may be best.
    The 25" Fury is the second best prop i have ever ran on the 216. It has good holeshot with all the PVS plugs removed. Even 3 people livewells full and full gas no problem getting on plane. And it runs mid 60s on top end.
    I had a 25" Tempest Plus B&B with added cup from Croxton. That was a better prop all the way around than the fury. Better holeshot, it was almost instant, better top end (high 60s), better handling in rough water and turns, and better acceleration.
    I have not tried a B&B 25" Fury but my buddy is buying one so i will try it soon.
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    I think a bravo would be a better prop for the 216 but i don't have one to try.
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    #8
    Current setup is 99 cobra 190dc w/ 2011 200 pro xs on 10" jack.
    25 p Fury @ 5400 winter season and loaded is 64.5 gps.
    plugs are in. My boat jumps at hole and rides high on top.

    great handling prop. Have heard temp plus is way faster, may loose hole shot.

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    Thanks.

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    Just tested a 25 Fury out today on my 216. Fastest prop I have ran with very good hole shot and midrange. Ran just over 70 with 15% slip. Going to lower it a half inch to see if the slip is decreased.
    Last edited by Sports1; 09-26-2017 at 04:51 PM.

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    #11
    What engine do you have?
    I just added a hydraulic jackplate and more setback
    I now have 14" setback.
    Boat rides and seems to handle good.
    I have taken all next week off work and i will be fishing the entire week.
    So i should be able to give you some good numbers.

    I have a 25" Fury, 26" Fury, and 26" TXP OT4 to try.
    Wish i had even more props to try next week.
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    #12
    I have a 250 Pro XB. And it was a 25 Fury.

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    i read an article one time where they claimed to run 80mph in a 216 coosa with a 250XB.
    Not sure on prop or setback
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    Quote Originally Posted by firekracker50 View Post
    i read an article one time where they claimed to run 80mph in a 216 coosa with a 250XB.
    Not sure on prop or setback
    Would happen you have the link to the article?

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    No but I think I saved it. When I get back in town. If I remember I'll look on my old laptop.
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    Okay, thanks.

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    Did u ever get updated speed, slip, and jackplate height numbers?

    I am now running 14" Hydraulic plate. I messed up my best prop so now im playing with less than ideal props. Last week i was only running 61mph(GPS)@5100RPMs with 26 Fury, 2 people full tank of gas and livewells full. Obviously too much prop for my boat but its all i had. Also i think i need to lower the motor a bolt hole. I got my best speed with plate at bottom setting.

    I am going to try to lower the motor and run the same prop, 26 OT4, and 25 Fury in the next couple weeks. Also trying to trade for a 25 Razor 3.
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    I have tried a fury 24 p on my 201 with a 200 efi and it was the fastest prop I have ever ran. It ran 67 mph at 5800 rpm compared to my 25 p tempest which I can only get 63 mph out of at a similar rpm. The only reason I couldn't keep it was because my hole shot was just horrible with the fury
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    I run a Tempest 25" on a 216/XB250. 75 with load @ sea level. It would be interesting to see how a Fury would work. I'm just a little reluctant to shell out 500 bucks to gain 2 measly mph.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firekracker50 View Post
    Did u ever get updated speed, slip, and jackplate height numbers?

    I am now running 14" Hydraulic plate. I messed up my best prop so now im playing with less than ideal props. Last week i was only running 61mph(GPS)@5100RPMs with 26 Fury, 2 people full tank of gas and livewells full. Obviously too much prop for my boat but its all i had. Also i think i need to lower the motor a bolt hole. I got my best speed with plate at bottom setting.

    I am going to try to lower the motor and run the same prop, 26 OT4, and 25 Fury in the next couple weeks. Also trying to trade for a 25 Razor 3.
    Not yet.

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