Put the diverter on yesterday, and when straight to the lake to try it out.
All the way down, the boat planes out right now, and takes off pretty good.
Into a corner, the thing throws the back around a bit quick, so that is not the place to be when turning, right?
After a straight launch with the nozzle down,
2 or 3 clicks up, and the thing just lurches forward like a car shifting gears. Nice! A sweet spot!
About 2 or 3 clicks from the top, it seem like kind of a flat spot, but corners ok, I think...
All the way up, I get a nice rooster, but not real high, and the boat doesn't steer worth a damn. The nozzle is as far up as it can go, physically.
Does this sound about right?
Is there a sweet spot for turning?
I hate spin outs, really....love roosters. That sheeet is fun!