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Looking for prop advice. 2000 Dolphin Super Skiff w. Yamaha F70 .

Im running Powertech props from my old 90 2 stroke, 17 pitch. Not optimal.

Has anyone dialed in the right prop for the F70 ? Looking for holeshot vs top end.

Thanks up front for any advice based on personal experience.
 

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Heavy cup SWW3 13p

Moderate cup with good stern lift SCD 15p


These are props that worked well on a Mav HPX-T with an F70
Thanks, that was the same prop suggested by powertech.
 

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Let us know what prop you end up with. I may be going to a F70 on my Super Skiff soon.
 

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I have a 16 bonefisher with f70 I run a Powertec scd3 15p and love it. I can get it up to 6300rpm trimmed out and to improve the hole shot I had it ported
 

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Let us know what prop you end up with. I may be going to a F70 on my Super Skiff soon.
Will do. Looking like SCD3 or SCD4.

Here is what Ken at Prop Gods suggests :
The SCD3 is my normal go to prop for that motor.
but if you have a jackplate and are trying to run with it jacked a little higher, we can go 4 blade.
Pitch will depend on speed, and speed will depend on how you plan to load the boat.
I'd expect mid 30's, and I'd suggest 16 pitch for the SCD3. https://propgods.com/shop/ols/products/nrs3
if you want to go 4 blade, I'd probably go 15 pitch SCD4. SCD4
 

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I have a 16 bonefisher with f70 I run a Powertec scd3 15p and love it. I can get it up to 6300rpm trimmed out and to improve the hole shot I had it ported
thanks, sounds like the SCD 15 is what I need. How much was the porting, who did that? Thanks
 
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