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    Default straight or a droop snoot

    anyone have expereance with a straight snoot verses a droop.
    78 eliminator with a delta pad.

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    no but you will when you get done tuning
    Its a FORD thing chevy's arent quick enough to understand

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    Quote Originally Posted by 78CoLeBBF View Post
    no but you will when you get done tuning
    yep, try em both.

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    Let me know if you end up trying both, I have a delta pad boat as well with a droop on it. I was thinking about trying the straight.

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    I run with a droop on it now, and it runs real good, I'm thinking less bend of the water better performance. It's a billet straight snoot, will try it and see what happens. Was just hoping that someone has already tried the change and could express their thoughts on what they achieved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowboy View Post
    Let me know if you end up trying both, I have a delta pad boat as well with a droop on it. I was thinking about trying the straight.

    Ryan
    What type of speeds are you achieving with your delta pad.

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    i know i picked up with a straight snoot but my boat is a v-bottom and is not a delta pad
    Its a FORD thing chevy's arent quick enough to understand

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    i have a v bottom and a tunnel tried both way on both boats it just comes down to what the boat likes straight on my pickle and droop on my v

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    we used a rooster booster on are texas tunnel you say it like the straight snoot nice maby a little better et sittin in the hard ware
    Its a FORD thing chevy's arent quick enough to understand

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    I have a v-bottom as well, the delta pad is flat right in front of the intake, It's 8 1/2" wide and roughly 36" long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katchenup View Post
    What type of speeds are you achieving with your delta pad.

    The boat will run 83 on gps with 2 people in it. Engine and boat are not set up correctley......yet. SBC 91 octane.

    Looks like the weather is going to be nice today, I have a new loader I would like to try out.
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