Moderated Discussion Areas
  ContinuousWave: Whaler Performance
  90 Honda on a 79 Newport

Post New Topic  Post Reply
search | FAQ | profile | register | author help

Author Topic:   90 Honda on a 79 Newport
Marv posted 12-03-2002 07:03 PM ET (US)   Profile for Marv   Send Email to Marv  
Hi--got a problem. Maybe someone has had the same--What prop for Honda 90?

Just repowered from a 90 Evinrude--prop 13 1/4 x 17. Good performance at 4600 or so aroung 37 mph--non GPS.

The prop that came on my Honda--13 X 14 is way too flat--I turn 6300 --GPS speed 31mph.

Should I go to a 14 X 16 or stick with the 13 and go to a 17 pitch??

I hope to get around 42 mph at 6000 rpm. My use is general--fishing and sport--some sking.


weekendwarrior posted 12-06-2002 01:54 PM ET (US)     Profile for weekendwarrior  Send Email to weekendwarrior     
I don't see your exact boat listed for the 90HP but maybe some other boat listed is similar. I hope this helps:

Marv posted 12-07-2002 11:17 AM ET (US)     Profile for Marv  Send Email to Marv     
Thanks for reminder---I went back and checked again and charted results based on weight and length--closest I could come.

I am thinking of a 13 1/4 x 19 and if I don't like it or it is too much over 6000 then I'll spring for a change of pitch.
Later--I'll watch for a used stainless or a maybe a nice present to my self--presently--all is still new to me--engine while used is super--I bought new controls as old one sold with Evinrude I took off.--I had to change all wiring which later discovered I coulda stripped from old side mount (guy had it on a pontoon bt).
I will read this site from now on--avidly--- as I wasted lots of $$ on calling Honda etc. with some expensive advice which wasn't necessary.

Next project will be to mod the controller for smoother operation.


Post New Topic  Post Reply
Hop to:

Contact Us | RETURN to ContinuousWave Top Page

Powered by: Ultimate Bulletin Board, Freeware Version 2000
Purchase our Licensed Version- which adds many more features!
© Infopop Corporation (formerly Madrona Park, Inc.), 1998 - 2000.