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    Which prop on GS211

    mcsmbmcsmb Member Posts: 5
    Hello folks, looking for some info.  I recently bought a 2004 GS211 with a Honda 150 OB.  I don't think I am rigged for best performance, but have no prior experience to compare.  The boat WOT is 5200 RPM at 33MPH, GPS speed.  With 2 adults aboard I struggled to pull a 210 pound water skier out of the water.  The boat has a 3 blade 15x13 honda propeller on it, which seems wrong to me.  Do I have to go even lower in pitch to raise RPM's to 5800-6000, or go to smaller diameter?  Anyone out there have the same boat/motor as me?  Welcome any comments or suggestion!

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    • tgipsonhurricanetgipsonhurricane USAAdministrator Posts: 135 admin
      I will have to suggest reaching out on the Honda Performance Data section on their website.
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