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  • 2020 X24 6.2 Wot

    Hi All-
    I posted here before I committed to ordering my new x24, I got great feedback on this forum so I have another Question...
    I got the boat in the water this weekend and all is perfect, keeping in mind the break in period, trying to vary the throttle as much as possible I decided to 'open it up' ( Not: YES I had the cruise control OFF) I only got to 4,250RPM owners manual says 5,400RPM.... Im not sure if the engine is smart enough to limit actual WOT during the break in period? Anyone experience this issue? Thanks in advance.

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    No it’s not
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    • #3
      Dumb boat, maybe re-prop

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      • #4
        I would give it a little more time. Just keep warming it up and hit high rpm tomorrow and see if you get higher than today. At this point I wouldn’t worry about max rpm.

        I’m not sure they limit during break in period but it can be done. Does it need a software update after break in period? If so then yes.

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        • #5
          whats your Altitude?
          I remember at Lake Powell my X30 lost RPM.. but it was the older 6.2 Ilmore
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          • #6
            No limit on WOT when new. Just a recommendation to not keep it at WOT for extended periods while breaking it in.

            That said, if its propped correctly, you may see a little less than that 5400. However, you should be able to achieve at least in the range of 5000-5400.

            Now, with that said, are you sure the boat wasn't in cruise mode? If you were in cruise mode, the speed control would be on, and the boat would limit your speed to 26 (IIRC), which could be why it maxed out at 4250. Although, I would think the boat would be going a little faster than 26 at 4250RPM. It has been a little while but I was thinking my X24 was running about 3700-3900 while in cruise mode. Your boat may have been specd with a high altitude prop though...…

            Either way, I am almost betting the boat was in cruise mode. Did it launch really good, and then just instantly flatten out at 4200? Or did it seem to struggle all the way up to that point and couldn't muscle past it?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by FourFourty View Post
              No limit on WOT when new. Just a recommendation to not keep it at WOT for extended periods while breaking it in.

              That said, if its propped correctly, you may see a little less than that 5400. However, you should be able to achieve at least in the range of 5000-5400.

              Now, with that said, are you sure the boat wasn't in cruise mode? If you were in cruise mode, the speed control would be on, and the boat would limit your speed to 26 (IIRC), which could be why it maxed out at 4250. Although, I would think the boat would be going a little faster than 26 at 4250RPM. It has been a little while but I was thinking my X24 was running about 3700-3900 while in cruise mode. Your boat may have been specd with a high altitude prop though...…

              Either way, I am almost betting the boat was in cruise mode. Did it launch really good, and then just instantly flatten out at 4200? Or did it seem to struggle all the way up to that point and couldn't muscle past it?

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