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    Bartlesville OK syclonedriver's Avatar
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    Jul 2008

    Tweaking stock prop?

    Does anybody tweak the stock prop? I can do the work myself, it just looks like nobody talks aboud modifying the stocker. I would like to add a little pitch. I plan on getting a DF next year, I just need to lower the rpm a little. Turning the stocker at 7280 hot & 7330 cold with seat unlatched & pushed back. This in on a 08GPR.

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    Me Hahn and Joe H204YOU's Avatar
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    Jan 2006
    Panama City Beach Florida
    My suggestion would be to get a dynafly.The Vf3's are going to change everything,bending the stock prop would be a waste of time,you need the dynafly.Also focus on a Jims ff plate,correct shoe setting,and trim tab shimming for your riding conditions.If you dont "free-up" the hull,it will hold back all other speed gains.Hope this helps.

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    Mike's GPR's Avatar
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    Mar 2008
    Carol Stream, IL

    Pay attention to the shoe, hull, rideplate. There is plenty of mph, ride improvement, and overall improvement waiting there.

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