Originally Posted by Stigomery
Unless I'm going for all-out speed I never really notice the bulge, but of course that's when it's most frustrating
Well, I've had the Honwave out the last 3 days and it was beautiful, however I suffered "the bulge" worse than ever before. It drove me to distraction. I'm not sure what it was, badly balanced boat, trim, conditions... but it was insufferable.
I also carved up a chunk of the sea bed with my prop, those Eastern sandbanks are a killer.
I tried to take a picture of the bulge but it's impossible to get the right perspective.
I've often wondered if it would be possible to put down a hinged wooden floor that wedges the V down but not yet experimented.
You can only just make out in this photo how the front, round the fuel tank, is being sucked down into the water and how the rear, by the engine, is being forced upwards...