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    Default Droop snoot divider removal

    Is there any benefit to removing the divider in the center of a droop snoot? Just curious...

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    Jack.at mpd told me in some aplications it can make the boat turn poorly or pull w it in place and he removes them for that reason. Dont think.ud see a noticable difference by removing it speed wise.
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    I cut out my vertical divider in my old droop, got rid of the "vee" in my tail, didnt notice any real performance difference.

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    Ive heard of alot of peaple cutting them out. They say with them out it is night and day diff. I dont have it mine.. If you go to the WFL crew section and find CHOP he can tell ya about why to remove them as well.
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    The horizontal vane is the better deal, IF the flow is equalized top to bottom. If your boat won't run over 85-90, I doubt that you would notice anything by cutting it out. If you have an impeller or bowl issue there can be gains or losses as to the "Bandaid" effect, but usually nothing else. TIMINATOR
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