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AL DENTE posted 06-20-2005 06:12 PM ET (US)   Profile for AL DENTE   Send Email to AL DENTE  

I come back to you for some advise about the propelers I should order on my soon to be 320 Outrage.

I will rig my boat with two f250 Yamaha (4 strokes).

I much favor torque and the ability to keep to boat out of the water at low speed with full load over pure high end speed.
Wich size props should I order?

Thank you,

Raphael (AL DENTE is the name of the 320)

handn posted 06-22-2005 03:53 PM ET (US)     Profile for handn  Send Email to handn     
As a starting point for your propeller research, let me offer the following.
My 305 Conquest with 225 YamaMercs has 17 p Revolution 4, prop diameter is 15 and a fraction. Those props are great for the boat, wot throttle rpm is right in the middle of the recomended range and traction of those props trolling at minimum planing speeds in heavy seas is amazing.
With more horse power and a lighter boat like you are ordering, I think the same props with a 19 p would give good performance.
TightlinesPE posted 06-24-2005 08:09 PM ET (US)     Profile for TightlinesPE  Send Email to TightlinesPE     
I wouldn't swing big props with those motors on this setup.

I am running 17P Rev 4 blades on 250 Verados and they are great all around....17 P and a ballsy engine will get you up and moving.

Why don't you ask your dealer or just the manufacturer?

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