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Well, I need to put the 13x13 prop back on. I rebuilt the carb, replaced the distributor rotor and cap along with new points, and new spark plugs. I timed it to 10 degrees and set the dwell at around 30. I dont think I can do much else besides add GT40 heads
Yeah, I am trying to get into barefooting. And I am not sure what the norm is as far as top end speed goes or things that can be done to get the top end to 47-48 mph. I would like to have some throttle left when skiing at around 42mph
Been awful dry for you guys for a while. Unless you are trying to pull a real big guy footing, the 351 with a 13x13 should get the job done. There are enough footers on here that someone will jump in with their set-up. Newer CNC props have a lot to offer over the older props when it comes to footin'.
How about posting some pics of the boat?
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When you have your flame arrestor off to check the secondaries, give it a good cleaning. Spray thoroughly from the inside-out with carburetor cleaner (away from all painted objects and loved ones). Air dry thoroughly before reinstalling. The motor needs to breathe.
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