huey, when you say third hole, do you mean third as counted from the top, or from the bottom? when i am one hole up, that means i am on the 3rd hole from the bottom of the 4 holes, i can raise it two more before i am out of adjustment.
i ran it today for 35 more miles (56 yesterday) and with 26 gallons gas, 2 up, we got 42~43mph.
day 1, 3 people, 12 gallons fuel, the trim gauge showed about 3/4 of the way trimmed up. 4700rpm and 39mph
day 2, 1.5" starboard, 1 hole up, 26 gallons fuel and the trim gauge was slightly above the "tick" and 42~43 mph 4900~5000rpm. if i trimmed up to yesterdays mark it would lift the nose slightly higher and "chine walk"... trimmed back down it kept speed.
where should the anti-ventilation plate be in the water??????
heres a picture of mine. you cannot see it at all when on plane at 4900~5000rpm. should i go up another hole?