I have a 22' Nordic daycruiser that I have recently redone the jet, wearing was destroyed and impeller laughable as well. At the same time I added a hydraulic place diverter to my place diverter droop and have been quite pleased with the boats behavior out of the hole and slow speeds. With the nozzle all the way down it has really helped the way the boat handles the chop in park and has gotten the bow out of the air, a lot easier to drive. However, at speed as I begin to trim up, the boat hasn't seemed to like it very much. Cruising around 40 it doesn't really feel stable trimming it up, and it doesn't like it at full throttle either. A little above neutral or neutral is all it likes and spends most of the day pointed down. My v drive friend says I might want to de-wedge it with an upside down wedge because he thinks the bow is still too high at slow speeds. Once again I am sure this is a terrible description, but I just want the boat to be as pleasant a ride as possible and handle the rougher water without having to be full in it skipping off the rollers just to get around. Any ideas would be great.