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Yamaha Mobile Audio Interface G046 Firewire 1394 [Test]
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30' 2" Stamas 1988 $15,000
Builder: Length: Beam: Weight: Manufacturer: Type: Horsepower: Engine Condition:
Stamas Yachts 30' 2" 11' 29,500 lbs. Twin Yamaha Outboard, Gas 200 hp Not Running
Model: Hull Material: Layout: Hull Condition: Deck Condition: Interior Upholstery: Exterior Upholstery: Equipment: Electronics:
Liberty 288 Fiberglass Cuddy Cabin Good Good Good Fair Hard Top VHF radio
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GPS TESTING WITH WATER GLIDE & PERFORMANCE SHIELD
18' Tracker Pontoon with a 60 HP Johnson. The water was calm with a slight breeze.
With a slight wind Against the Average mph
18.9 mph 18.5 mph 18.7 mph 27.1 mph 26.9 mph 27.0 mph
With Glide & Shield 2 people
27 - 18.7 = 8.3 mph increase = 44.4% improvement Without Glide 4 people With a slight wind Against the wind Average mph With a slight wind Against the wind Average mph 16.8 mph 15.8 mph 16.3 mph 24.4 mph 23.8 mph 24.1 mph
With Glide & Shield 4 people
24.1 - 16.3 = 7.8 mph increase = 47.9% improvement Increases fuel efficiency up to 57%* Without Water Glide - 7 gal. of GPH With Water Glide - 4 gal. of GPH
*Independent test done by Pontoon & Deck Boat Magazine, March Issue 2004 NOTE: Not all pontoons will get the same results because of the difference in the make and weight of boats, load capacity, pitch of prop, type & HP of motor, etc.
MAKE & MODEL: 18 Foot Bass Buggy MOTOR: 50 HP Honda 4-stroke ...
GEAR RATIOS FOR SPROCKETS
FRONT SPROCKET TEETH
3. . .20
2. . .64
2. . .17
2. . .77
2. . .43
2. . .13
1. . .88
1. . .65
1. . .44
1. . .26
REAR SPROCKET TEETH
Lowering the ratio increases top end speed - Increasing the ratio increases acceleration and bottom end power. >>
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