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What prop 2001 ranger 518vx/2020 200hp pro xs #13587798 06/08/20 11:04 PM
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What prop 2001 ranger 518vx/2020 200hp pro xs

Re: What prop 2001 ranger 518vx/2020 200hp pro xs [Re: E-bright] #13587817 06/08/20 11:29 PM
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All has to do with boat load, set up.. Jack plate, set back, ect. Prop style too. How much weight in the boat really matters! 23” to 24” should be a good starting spot but lots to consider. More info or go to a prop guy near you.

Re: What prop 2001 ranger 518vx/2020 200hp pro xs [Re: E-bright] #13588265 06/09/20 12:33 PM
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I ran a 24 Trophy plus in the summer and 25 plus in the winter on mine. Its a 4 blade.
A Tempest 25 (three blade) was a mile or two faster but would lose bite in rough water or while turning hard.
I would have like to try a Fury 25 since it has a wider blade.

We did not have the Bravo 1 or Fury props to try then.

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