Originally Posted by 9D280
Ah, OK. Forget my first reply! That is one compact lump...
Couple of thoughts -
-Any water in the hull? "moveable ballast" never helps bows stay down, and with 225 on the back you probably won't even notice the extra weight - 'till it moves aft!
-Are you trimmed right in when you take off?
-How heavy is the boat?
As said above, that's a lot of gee gees for a relatively small boat. Have a play with the power trim. (trim right in for start) also a higher pitch might reduce the "0-60 (or 0-100 if you are metric!
)" a bit, calm the attempts at back flips & give you more top speed.
What's it's max revs if you open up & let it go?
no no water in hull
no moveable ballat
yes trimmed right down
the boat not tht heavy 5 men can lift it without the outboard on maybe 200 250kg
hhhmmm as fare as revs not sure still busy connecting rev gauge
also my motor as in the pic show the outboard trimmed right in some1 told me i need more angle so i mst add some kind of spacer to transom to give the outboard more trim if u understand? wht u guys think and is motor to hi do i need a longer shaft??