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  1. Iā€™m new to the forums but been reading a lot of good information but thought I might throw my situation out there and see what you guys had to say I recently bought a new 21ā€™ Thunderjet Luxor OB OS (aluminum hard top fishing boat) with a new F200 Yamaha Outboard which has a recommended WOT of 5000-6000 rpms. I bought it at sea level and brought it up to 6500 ft. elevation (elevation sucks). So I have playing with props. I am currently running an aluminum 13p x 16ā€ prop getting the motor broke in. I installed trim tabs to help plain out. It runs at 5800 rpm at 34 mph at WOT. I would l
  2. Hi, I kinow many of you have replaced the tape striping on the sides of the hull. I would like to know your opinions on the best methods for removing the old tape and then installing the new tape in the exact same location. I was thinking of : 1) making a pencil mark underneath the tape line 2) using a hair dryer to soften the existing tape so it can be peeled off 3) installing the new tape using the pencil line as a guide How difficult is it to peel the tape off after it is heated? Thanks, -Dave
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