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    Default Eliminator steering pulls

    Gregg, Im in Arlington Texas. Longtime friend of Kebin kinsley. I have always owned flats and runner bottoms except was co-owner of a 19Daytona VDrive dragster in late 70's andearly 80's. Boat ran SDBA for several years.

    I puchased an Eliminator 20.6 Sport Cruiser. appears to be about 550 hp. crusing speed boat pulls to left and have to turn wheel to right to keep straight. under full acceleration it pulls real hard to left and have to turn wheel nearly half turn to keep straight. I have driven a lot of jets in past and do not remeber one reacting like this?? I am concerned under power loss it would be really hard to handle if not worse.

    Any suggestions where to start looking? Since no propeller and rudder, I am at a loss. In this case I am a real new comer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dry dock View Post
    Gregg, Im in Arlington Texas. Longtime friend of Kebin kinsley. I have always owned flats and runner bottoms except was co-owner of a 19Daytona VDrive dragster in late 70's andearly 80's. Boat ran SDBA for several years.

    I puchased an Eliminator 20.6 Sport Cruiser. appears to be about 550 hp. crusing speed boat pulls to left and have to turn wheel to right to keep straight. under full acceleration it pulls real hard to left and have to turn wheel nearly half turn to keep straight. I have driven a lot of jets in past and do not remeber one reacting like this?? I am concerned under power loss it would be really hard to handle if not worse.

    Any suggestions where to start looking? Since no propeller and rudder, I am at a loss. In this case I am a real new comer.
    You Really need to call me at the shop. Greg 951 272 6060

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    Quote Originally Posted by greg shoemaker View Post
    You Really need to call me at the shop. Greg 951 272 6060
    What is best time for you to receive a call? Know your busy and making a living. Will plan on best time for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dry dock View Post
    What is best time for you to receive a call? Know your busy and making a living. Will plan on best time for you.
    I'm in by 7 and gone by 5 so call anytime Greg

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