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Tempest Fury on Yamaha #12771321
05/27/18 07:04 PM
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I had to replace Yamaha M 25 on my Skeeter ZX 202c with Yamaha 200. Trying a Tempest Fury 25. Prop has plugs w/ 1/2" openings. New to vented props. Tempest seems to be a little slow to get on plane and a little slower on top end. Different plug setting?

Re: Tempest Fury on Yamaha [Re: dtp807] #12771421
05/27/18 08:33 PM
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I would pull all the plugs first and try it, if it breaks loose too much (cavitation) I would add a plug and try again until I find the sweet spot.

Re: Tempest Fury on Yamaha [Re: dtp807] #12771463
05/27/18 09:23 PM
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Like said above run as few as will work. My Merc XS works best completely unplugged. I would think however that the torque of the 4 stroke would not require the controlled “limited slipping” of unplugging the prop to help it rev up.....but what do I know! laugh

Last edited by 361V; 05/27/18 09:25 PM.

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