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Maverick MA 17

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1998 MA 17’ 2009 F115 20’’, Bobs 4’’ w/ 5 deg neg wedge

Props: PTR 19P 3 blade ported 3/8th

Load: one person, 40 gallons of fuel, 3 batteries and trolling motor one person all with GPS

5 second hole shot w/JP down 4 second hole shot w/jp on 1’’

cruise: 33mph @ 4300rpms WOT: 42.5 @5500 rpms

Good over all prop, either hooked up and running good or it’s slipping.

Yamaha Pro Series 3 blade 19p ported.

Load: one person, 40 gallons of fuel, 3 batteries and trolling motor one person all with GPS

Cruise: 33mph @ 4300rpm WOT: 46mph @57-5800

Great bow lift holds well in turns

Load: 2 people, 38 gallons, livewell full with 3 batteries and trolling motor , cast net and gear.

42mph@5600rpms (slipped to get those rpms)

Trophy Plus 4blade 17p with PVS system

Load: 2 people, 38 gallons, livewell full with 3 batteries and trolling motor , cast net and gear.

Cruise: 27mph @ 4100rpms WOT: 41mph @6000rpms

Good over all lift, hard to break loose. Steering wheel felt stiffer with this prop.

Prop was easier to spin then the other 3 blades 3 to 4 second hole shot

Trophy Plus 4blade 19p with PVS system Load: 2 people, 38 gallons with 3 batteries and trolling motor ,

Cruise: 34mph @ 4300rpms WOT: 43.5mph @5700rpms

Good lift, hard to break loose. Prop was easier to spin then the other 3 blades 4 second hole shot could removed another pvs port. 43mph @5600mph 2 guys and livewell full

3-blade turbo 20P

3600rpms @ 29mph about a 5 second hole shot.

5400rpms @43mph all I could turn before it would blow out with too much trim.

Prop liked to be down all the way with the JP.

Good bow lift about 25 gallons of fuel full load.

Turbo 4-blade 20p

3600rpms @ 27mph

5800rpms @ 43

This prop acted alot like my trophy plus but roughly 1-1.5 mph slower.

Very good over all. 4 second hole shot.

You could trim this motor to the sky! Would be a very good spare prop for the trophy

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