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- Mon Aug 16, 2010 6:59 pm
- Forum: Airboat Talk
- Topic: I need to get some.......advice
- Replies: 24
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My late father was a nuerosurgeon. If family members had a problem he would always send them to the teaching hospitals like said before. shands, mayo clinic there is one in jax, johns hopkins, and yes Jackson memerial in miami has great doctors. Take care of yourself. Spend the money it will be wort...
i have a 12 foot Gilileo with a 200 lyc. I was running a 70x36 wood and going anywhere i wanted. I just switched to a 68 sensenich and i can go anywhere also. I guess it depends on what you want to spend, but i am sure mosy will tell you to go with the carbon fiber props.
Well, I spoke with Jr Jurnigan and Tom from Shcmidt Aviation and both say my engine should be fine at 2750. I even had Tom check the rpm with an electronic tach and it was right on the money. So i called Ron from bullfrog marine and he told me to bring it back to him so I did this morning and he is ...
I will have to have that checked. I was able to run dry perfectly with original slick bottom and wood prop. Then I had to replace the slick bottom. Just for the heck of it. I added the new prop. Now nothing.
I had BullFrog Marine apply the frog spit. Ron told me there would be a break in period and then it would become very slick. He me to find some area that had a little sand and run it back and forth to generate some heat to break it in. well I found a lot of dry area around Lake Cypress (not much san...
when i got the new frog spit i still had the wood propand got stuck twice first time out. Today was my first day with q series and had to get off boat and hold down gas to go 25 feet.
I have a 12 foot gilileo with a 200 Lyc. I was running a wood prop with original slick bottom and going anywhere i wanted with two people and gear. Original slick bottom was worn down so I just put new frog spit on it two weeks ago. I also upgraded to a Q series composite prop. I can't go 25 feet on...