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Outriggers for 3000 Express

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Postby REELAXIN » Thu Aug 15, 2019 5:03 am

Woodworker2001 wrote:Source of the post What props are you running. I have a 2000 3000 express that I have trouble getting under 2.4-2.5 mph and here on Erie for walleye I need 1.5 early and late. I am running a single 60 or 72” bag on the side of the motor that is running. I have 19x21 props and I think that is part of why I can’t slow down enough.


Not 100% certain if I am running 19x19 or 19x21 props, either way, I generally need to run at least one medium sized bag to get down to 2.2 at minimum rpm.


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Postby REELAXIN » Thu Aug 15, 2019 5:06 am

Woodworker2001 wrote:Source of the post Also do you have any issues with the water splashing up through your swim platform getting the rear deck wet with a following sea?


Yes, the platform is definitely set too low to the waterline from the factory. We have always joked about no need to shower trolling in a following sea.

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Postby Woodworker2001 » Thu Aug 15, 2019 11:40 am

REELAXIN wrote:Source of the post
Woodworker2001 wrote:Source of the post What props are you running. I have a 2000 3000 express that I have trouble getting under 2.4-2.5 mph and here on Erie for walleye I need 1.5 early and late. I am running a single 60 or 72” bag on the side of the motor that is running. I have 19x21 props and I think that is part of why I can’t slow down enough.


Not 100% certain if I am running 19x19 or 19x21 props, either way, I generally need to run at least one medium sized bag to get down to 2.2 at minimum rpm.


Do you have the mercruisers or crusaders?

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Postby REELAXIN » Fri Aug 16, 2019 5:51 am

Do you have the mercruisers or crusaders?[/quote]


Crusaders

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Postby Woodworker2001 » Fri Aug 16, 2019 11:48 pm

REELAXIN wrote:Source of the post Do you have the mercruisers or crusaders?



Crusaders[/quote]
Would still like to know what prop but I am running mercruisers

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