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    Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (Sprints Only)

    286 DC Pro Tounament
    Mercury 200 EFI

    fastest to date 78.6 GPS with 26" Lightning ET at 6400
    Normally i run, 76.8 GPS with 27" Tempest Plus, worked by Baggie

    Just thought i would try to do something for us sprinters.



    1998 286DC Pro Tournament / 1995 Mercury 200 XRI

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    Re: Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (kblanchardjr)

    2000 sprint 221 pro
    2000 Merc. 225 EFI

    average 72 gps at 5800 running a 25 Tempest +, 3.25" below the pad.


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    Re: Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (sprint_lover)

    98 Sprint 207
    03 225 Rude DI
    73.4 GPS @ 5700 rpms with a Raker 26
    T loaded with 2 people 69 GPS with 27 Gade

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    Re: Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (kblanchardjr)

    1998 296 PRO 200hp Johnson(carb)
    25p renagade 5800-6000rpm 59.3 gps
    I think I need to lower the motor have not checked the height

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    Re: Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (meallenjr)

    1998 Sprint 267S
    1998 Johnson 90hp SPL
    17P 3 Blade Aluminum Prop

    39.5 GPS at 5600 RPM WOT

    For my first boat...that's plenty fast!!!

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    Re: Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (Mytus)

    1998 207 Pro
    200 Merc EFI
    25 Tempest +
    68.6 GPS WOT 5950 RPM


    Jay Peoples

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    Re: Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (ixlr8ed)

    Dont have mine any more....


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    Re: Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (Vyper202)

    WHAT???? First ya stay away and then come back with a tidbit like that!! You OK bud??

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    Re: Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (Bassmeister)

    1999 296 pro
    2001 vmax 200hp (modified )
    solo w/ no load 78.7
    two persons and gear 75.2

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    Re: Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (kblanchardjr)

    2000 221DC 12" plate jacked throught the roof. Turning 29T1 6000, Powered by Yamaha HPDI, 80 + a litle bit.

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    Re: Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (LeeinAlabama)

    <TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by LeeinAlabama &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">2000 221DC 12" plate jacked throught the roof. Turning 29T1 6000, Powered by Yamaha HPDI, 80 + a litle bit. </TD></TR></TABLE>
    A little bit.....Yea.... Where ya been prodigal??

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    Re: Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (Bassmeister)

    Man....work work work....need buy props......work work work....


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    Re: Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (Bassmeister)

    I'm here.
    Been doing the TBF and Federation Nation trails. We are done until the Championships this fall.

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    Re: Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (LeeinAlabama)

    Well, the OTHER prodigal shows up!!! Glad to hear from ya both!!

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    Re: Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (kblanchardjr)

    '91 275
    Mid 80's 2.4 liter 200HP Mariner
    6" Vance Manual Jackplate
    62MPH (gps) turnina a 26P Turbo M 6,000 RPM 3.25" below the pad with some hot foot left but wouldn't go any more cause the oil injection is still hooked up.
    Got a 27P A40 Tempest on the way. Will update when I get it installed and tested a bit.

    Got the 27P A40 Tempest on. Hole shot is real slow, but once up, I bumped 70mph on the GPS @ 6,000 RPM. I also raised the motor a little.


    Modified by Rooster Tails at 9:48 AM 8/24/2009


    Modified by Rooster Tails at 2:42 PM 11/16/2009
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    Re: Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (Rooster Tails)

    99 DC 207 Limited with a 225 Mariner Super Mag on a manual plate up about 3 inches. 62+ with a 24pitch at 5300 and 62+ with a 22pitch at 6000 but with this prop the speed is still increasing so I dont know what top end would be. The lakes here in Mass are not that big.. How long does it take to get to top end with a rig like mine??


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    Re: Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (bluewingjb)

    1998 277 Pro Tournament
    1998 Promax 2.5L 150
    24P Fury Prop
    66.1 GPS @ 6350 RPM

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    Re: Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (jigslinger)

    2000 Pro Tournament 286
    Mercury 150xr6
    56.0 GPS turning 5600 rpms


    thinking i need to get a 6" jackplate to get the back end out of the water and maybe hit 60


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    Re: Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (emo6921)

    1998 Sprint 277 Pro
    2.6L HydroTec built Yamaha
    Motor was a 150, still has 2.0 gears
    Prop, 29 Tempest worked by Jay Martin Propellers

    Top speed 83.4 @ 6200 rpm

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    Re: Lets See Some True Accurate Numbers (kblanchardjr)

    99 221 DC with 225 Merc EFI---running a 26 Trophy hit 76.1 with a very light load. Not the best holeshot.
    I usually run a 25 Trophy to carry a load and with two and a decent load can still run 73-74 GPS with not too much problem---turning 5800.

    I have done a few little mods to the motor---switched to 250 Fuel ECM, changed to newer style 4 butterfly intake manifold,cut exhaust tuner,Simons solid motor mounts,Simons Popit Valve, Boyesen Reeds and modded cowling(raised with air holes cut in them)
    Runs real good! I am happy. I removed the trolling motor to do some work to it and want to run it without a troller to see how much it will pick up the nose.
    I will let you all know.

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