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Old 08 August 2011, 08:54   #1
Country: Sweden
Town: Stockholm
Make: KR7
Length: 7m +
Engine: Evinrude 150 H.O
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Performance and handling?

A few questions about performance and handling?

I will add a Bobs big noose this winter with low waterintake.
Can i use propeller with no exhaust in the middle? On my stock(except bobs big noose) h.o house...

How much does side by side console vs a raceconsole where you sit one in the front and one in the back do?
My console is quite big today and it works great but will it make any difference i can feel?

Will it be better to make a cover in the front of my boat to reduce air to go down?

And will a lifter with more set back make any difference?

What more fun can i do
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Old 18 August 2011, 13:29   #2
Country: Cyprus
Town: Limassol
Length: 6m +
Engine: MERCURY 200
Join Date: Mar 2009
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Changing the seating from side by side to front for the pilot and back for the copilot let me gain about 1 knot!
For a race boat is better to have the seats in tandem it gives better balance and less aerodynamic drag but for leisure i think it's better to have someone next to you.

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Old 20 September 2011, 02:34   #3
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Exactly. Simply because if there is no proper burden-sharing there is no stability.
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