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Hi. New to the forum and boating. I don’t think my question needs the engine serial number to answer as it’s general. I have a 2012 115 on a 19’ Maycraft CC. I purchased the boat recently. At wide open throttle I only get 5200 rpms. The engine seems to run fine but I was wondering if a lower pitch prop is in order. I don’t know what’s on it now. Are props generally marked as to pitch? Thanks.


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Originally Posted by Glenrad
Are [propellers] generally marked as to pitch?

Most propellers have their pitch clearly marked on them.

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Check your AV plate first for engine height.  When on plane and trimmed, is your plate clearly visible above solid water?  If it's buried you're dragging a sea anchor behind your boat.

Once that is correct, you may gain some rpm's.  If you still need more, then lower your pitch because 5200 on a V4 is low.  You'd be perfect now if it was a G1 I-3 and your height is correct.  [wink]


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