Has any one tried a DQX Michigan wheel.I have alot of slip with my boat and was wondering if any one has one and how smooth it was.
My good racing prop was 125%
I really miss that wheel
Agree, the advantage of high DAR/EAR props is much more beneficial when the hull is limited to smaller diameter wheels. On a DE that rarely seems to be the issue. My suggestion to help with your excessive slip would be to get some real accurate numbers (rpms, speed) and at the end of your season take the prop to Larry at Accutech in NH. He is top notch and will improve your propeller performance. He has the latest scan equipment and is very skilled with propeller performance.The DQX on vee bottom boat with wheel clearance and other issues maybe be worth the investment. But on a keeled boat it is a toss up