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    Default 1982 chrysler 75HP??

    looking for a bit of basic info before i hit the water. wanna try a few props but need my selection to be close so i dont have to make a bunch of trips to the boat store.

    whats the ideal WOT RPM for this engine?
    what is the final drive ratio for this engine?

    that should get me close to what i already know to rent a few to start and tune in from there
    thanks in advance

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    found a tag under some old grease that states the WOT rpm should be 5100. still looking for that final gear ratio if anyone with a manual could look that up for me it would be appreciated

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    There are few props for Chrysler motors. Be grateful it runs in the first place. What boat is it on?

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    i will be on my 10' mini tunnel if i ever get the cap back on it. its getting the complete redo. when you say few props do you mean around or options?

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    A 75hp on a 10'r? Before completion and launch, I'd weigh the O/B then put that much weight on the stern, then launch. I'm not sure that a 10'r will float that much hangin' off of the stern.

    Good luck!
    Originally Posted by Rattle Can Lou
    Again, if I came across as a v-drive snob..I apologize,
    Mike

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