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    RPM relationship to holeshot

    I have a question

    Generally, what is considered better for holeshot, a lower pitched prop that gves you higher RPMs or a higher pitched prop that gives you lower RPMs?

    I'm wondering because the higher pitched prop, although turning slower, pushes more water through the pump per turn, right?


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    wats the meaning of holeshot?

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    Acceleration. I'm just wondering if higher RPMs are better for accelleration or top end?

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    wats ur top speed wif ur current mods?

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