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    I have a 27 signature and am installing a new bravo one drive the hull is un rigged and I have the manual with the new drive and it if a little vague on setting the height for it so ive asked some other people and every person says something different the heighest for the "x" is 18" and lowest is 13" five inches is kinda a lot and one guy said to set the first fin on the drive with the bottom of the boat so does any one have any insight??? Thanks Bman

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    I can help you with a little more info. What engine, how heavy is the boat, what is your main goal with the boat? Top speed, getting on plane quickly, or somewhere in between? Will you be skiing behind it?
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    power and type of use is a big factor. propshaft center line may be 3-4, or slightly more, inches below the pad, remember Imco makes shorter lowers so you can always go up to dial it in..Watch the engine height also. have fun!

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    cheaper to set the drive a little high and space down rather than low and need a new lower. Spacers are only $300. You need to get it really close to begin with.

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