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Old 01-11-2021, 07:59 PM
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Default 29 reg anyone test the eco enertia?

Looking for real world numbers on a 29 with f250ís. I read the bulletin but how often are they true? I run out of OCMD and typical canyon run is 60 miles one way with trolling all day then running back. What is typically burnt on a trip like that in average conditions? Has any came up with the best prop for this set up? I k ow the revs and the power techs have been used but what about the eco enertia?any info is good and is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advanced
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Old 01-11-2021, 08:42 PM
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Ran the Rev 4ís in the 3rd hole, I was usually around 130 gallons for a typical canyon trip. Iím out of IR so if I run the Baltimore, troll, run back thatís bout right. Obviously some variables come in to play. Iíve done better than that and Iíve done worse. Just put 300 Suzukiís on so hoping for some improved numbers. Fully loaded on way out was about 1-1.1 on way in 1-2 1-3 @ 4800 rpm.
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Old 01-11-2021, 10:07 PM
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Ran the Rev 4ís in the 3rd hole, I was usually around 130 gallons for a typical canyon trip. Iím out of IR so if I run the Baltimore, troll, run back thatís bout right. Obviously some variables come in to play. Iíve done better than that and Iíve done worse. Just put 300 Suzukiís on so hoping for some improved numbers. Fully loaded on way out was about 1-1.1 on way in 1-2 1-3 @ 4800 rpm.
Thanks man, thatís not too hateful. As long as fuel prices stay down!
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Old 01-12-2021, 09:35 AM
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Not a 29 but I have EcoEnertias on my 26 and love them. No more porpoising, boat runs a lot flatter, and fuel economy did go up both unloaded and loaded.
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Old 01-13-2021, 08:46 AM
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Ran the ecos on the 4.2 250 they were my choice as for mileage and performance was great as I ran the 4 blades as well,if u want u can check out my posts or pm me your contact number.





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Looking for real world numbers on a 29 with f250ís. I read the bulletin but how often are they true? I run out of OCMD and typical canyon run is 60 miles one way with trolling all day then running back. What is typically burnt on a trip like that in average conditions? Has any came up with the best prop for this set up? I k ow the revs and the power techs have been used but what about the eco enertia?any info is good and is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advanced
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