Originally Posted by ashbypower
Might be easier than moving it down a notch !!
Cheeky - we're all being very patient here and you go and spoil it
Yes Chris, try moving it up one (maybe two notches) first and try the rib at your "crusing" speed. Try a turn or two and see how it feels (steering wise). If the prop cavitates too readily, you'll have to come down a notch again. It's a trade off between light steering and prop cavitation. (ok, ventilation, i no, i no
On the up side, you'll find that your top speed has improved and you'll use less gas. However, the higher you set the trim, the higher the chance of cavitation on "takeoff" and in turns.