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Old 18 March 2011, 14:47   #1
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Boat banking to the left?

Hey guys,

took my boat out for the first time today, ran nicely, everything fine, except when coming off a wave, she leans pretty heavily to the left before touching down..... Any ideas why this would be?! i took the plug out of the hull at the stern when i was back on the shore, and there was no water in the hull cavity.

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Assuming you dont have too much weight on the left which happens .. Its the torque from the outboard .. you dont mention anything about your set up ? is it a big engine ?
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.. you dont mention anything about your set up ? is it a big engine ?
Errr his profile say's Yammie 90 !!
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I think I may have the same thing happen but our prop does need a small repair.
we have a 115 opti on a 5.3 destroyer so could be the power.
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I think I may have the same thing happen but our prop does need a small repair.
we have a 115 opti on a 5.3 destroyer so could be the power.
I thought the 5.3 Destroyer was rated at 90Hp!! So yeah most probably is the power.
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I think I may have the same thing happen but our prop does need a small repair.
we have a 115 opti on a 5.3 destroyer so could be the power.

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Old 18 March 2011, 17:29   #7
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'Man up' Parsons.....grow a pair and get on with it
It would be orite if my feet could reach the bleedin floor! XD
Oh and the prop is less bent now i took a hammer to it but it still aint perfect =P
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Errr his profile say's Yammie 90 !!
lots of people dont post about their own boats .....or what their profile says . having been here since 2004... you should know that
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As it happens I do know that !!! But the qoute here is the clue

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Hey guys,

took my boat out for the first time today, ran nicely, everything fine, except when coming off a wave, she leans pretty heavily to the left before touching down..... Any ideas why this would be?! i took the plug out of the hull at the stern when i was back on the shore, and there was no water in the hull cavity.

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Old 18 March 2011, 18:52   #10
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As it happens I do know that !!! But the qoute here is the clue
Well dont fanny about replying to me then and fix the guys problem
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