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#11116254 - 09/20/15 05:56 PM Vented Prop on Yamaha SHO
Spyder_Jig Offline
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Registered: 03/02/05
Posts: 184
Loc: Azle, Texas
Has anyone ever ran a vented prop on a 250 Yamaha SHO? I have one I used as a spare on my VMAX 2 stroke and I'm curious if it will work as a spare for my SHO?
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#11116627 - 09/20/15 07:31 PM Re: Vented Prop on Yamaha SHO [Re: Spyder_Jig]
361V Online   content
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Registered: 11/21/08
Posts: 4461
Loc: somervell county
Merc Tempest Plus and Fury come with vent holes with plugs for adjusting the amount of venting. I run mine with no vent plugs on my 2 stroke 250 XS but 2 friends run the 250 SHO with the props completely plugged. I suppose its due to the increased low end torque of the 4 stroke. They said theirs would tend to "blow out" under hard acceleration with the vents open. My 2 stroke revs up a little quicker and has a better hole shot vented. Regardless, as an emergency back up I bet your vented prop would be fine. Test it out!


Edited by 361V (09/21/15 06:35 AM)
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