hey guys, got a question about how high or low the nozzle should sit in relation to the water behind a v bottom boat at speed. i've been searching around the various forums but can't find any information or even anything in relation to this. i run a 19' cobra v hull, stock ZZ 454 motor and set back Dominator pump with AA impeller. i've got a top loader in the intake, droop snoot with standard size hole in the nozzle. the boat seems to run fine for the most part to me (76-78 mph @ 5000) but i'm just looking to fine tune it a little more if possible. with the droop snoot, it seems to run better than with the stock piece low to midrange but i can't really say any better at the top end. the more you push it, the boat seems like it wants to bury the ass end in the water with the droop snoot. the least little bit you trim it, it wants to drop off speed. a rooster tail more than 2 or 3 feet high and you can feel the boat slow down. could the nozzle be too far in the water with the droop snoot and dragging? is there some sort of rule of thumb for setting that up on a v bottom? i'm not looking to go racing but just get the thing set up right. i was also thinking about possibly one of the shorter place diverter snoots instead of the longer one i have. any thoughts?