Sure I've read something about this before, but searched and can't find it.
I've managed to put a few shifts in with the Honwave Airdeck including a nice 36 mile run on Loch Fyne and latterly a family trip on Loch Eck.
Yesterday I had the engine singing in glass type conditions.
However once the boat was shifting there seemed to be a bulge in the floor that I could feel moving from front to back....bow to stern for the pro's.
It seemed to impede progress at it settled at the rear of the boat till a dropped the revs.
Now, should I adjust the trim so the front is lower in the water, although it feels and moves as if it's sitting nice? It is set at the middle of 5 settings.
Relating to trim and getting the boat on the plane, I need to be exerting some power to get the bow down, this is fine when it's calm, but in the chop, speed isn't always the most comfortable.....should the trim be set as above, to keep the bow down and break the surface?
Loch Fyne....hope links to blogs are ok, could see anything saying not. I'll delete if need be, just to lazy to upload and type again.