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1993 Malibu Fllightcraft, 20 foot, Merc 200Xri
1982 Sleekcraft Ambassador, 26 foot, Chevy 350/VolvoPenta
Should be plenty, make sure the bilge is vented properly, and you have a functioning bilge blower.
Upper Midwest Power Boat Association
DRAG BOAT RACING UMPBA #926
I had a 21' jet and i converted from that doghouse to a solid swim bench/engine hatch with no holes in it whatsoever. The side vent was plenty of air for it, also there's gaps between the side panels and bottom of the rear seats in my setup which would let air in too. I only ran a stock m otor though. Just remember more than anything to run that bilge blower when proper, I used to just get in the habit of opening the hatch for a few before i fired it the first time.
Also, you will love how much quieter the motor is at idle and while cruising with no scoop on it. Night and day difference.
Last edited by Tahiti Boss21; 03-25-2011 at 07:42 AM.
1992 Eliminator Daytona 21'