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Re: Boat porpoising [Re: K.D.] #12830494
07/16/18 10:00 PM
07/16/18 10:00 PM
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The root cause of porpoising is driver error. Ya gotta know how to operate the trim.


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Re: Boat porpoising [Re: K.D.] #12830640
07/17/18 12:29 AM
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I met some friends at the Lake this week end, 3 people in a 17' tracker w/50 hp. I was in my ZX250. I had to show them some spots and ran about 28 mph most of the morning without an issue. Other than my own issue of running 28!

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