Originally Posted by SiClapham
Well, by simply adding a 25mm wooden shim......say bye-bye to Mr Splash-back
I could tweak some more; but this will mean adjusting the transom plate as the washers on the thumb screws at now up against the raised profile arpund the plate.
Transom height was 37cm.
Cheers for the pointers
Can you post pics of your final transom set up to see what you've done ? Would recommend to raise both engine plates to border if you hapen to have a plain border as in pics, that way engine clamps will be adjusted at middle inner plate. Raising the transom is only for solving water splashes issues at back transom forever which slows you down because of excesive tail drag against water flow.
If you could match transom shim height with water flow passing slight under upper small deflector plate would be ideal. Instant plane at wot, best top speed and perfect close turns at speed. Check video.