I just perchased a 16 foot Alaska craft open alum boat for fishing and am trying to adapt my old 35 Evinrude to it. Seems the new boat is a bit deeper than the old and it caviatates at upper end speeds. It would seem that I will have to drop the transom down a few inches or some other adaptation.
Could anyone out there tell me the basic rule for depth that the prop is supposed to be in relation to the keel?
Second question what are the other options for adapting this outboard to my new boat to stop it from cavitating???????
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Topic - prop depth to prevent cavitation?????? - tripper 22:18:17 07/14/02 (4)
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