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Old 09-12-2020, 01:17 PM
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Had that boat back in the day with same setup. I remember vividly having the same issue. If you tried to throttle it too fast out of the hole they would cavitate, i think i would pull back a little till the engines re engaged again once the step hull got up and over. I remember i used to battle with that boat in the in between speed. It either liked to be on plane or not, if you were stuck in between its would be bow high and struggle. Once you got up and over it would ride great. I think i had the stock bravo props, i never changed them. I would double check the hubs too, but i would think if it was a hub slipping you wouldnt even get to the point of planing off