If your talking about a stock jet-o-vator, your right they don't give you much. When my ol man had a 21' day cruiser back in the late 70's he tured me loose with a file. If you look back at the jet while someone hits it up and down, you can see where it hits the stop. Grind or file on either side and you can get a little more.(not real sure how much you can safely remove)
Thank you for all the response everybody. The guy who i bought the boat from did not have it hooked up properly. He had the control cable clamped to the steering tube. all god now tho. Im gonna chage over to a hydraulic place diverter next summer. this will do for now. happy boating.devil
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