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  1. #11
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    Wow Thanks guys...its running the stock prop, the boat came out of California. Are the numbers on the prop where I can see them? 996Scott sounds like the 1433 prop should work for me. So I think I have a good Idea where to start.

    1- Depth gauge
    2- ballast rear 1100s and IBS (mess with pump upgrades this winter)
    3- Prop 1433
    4- audio
    5- Perfectpass (this winter)
    Dave
    2006 Mobius LSV, Upgrades.....900 rear Bags, IBS Bag, Wetsounds tower speakers, JL 12" sub, JL cabin speakers, JL amp, Clarion deck, Clarion transom and helm remote, dual batteries w perko switch, depth gauge w air\water temp, 1433 prop, travel snap cover.

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ten85echo View Post
    1- Depth gauge
    2- ballast rear 1100s and IBS (mess with pump upgrades this winter)
    3- Prop 1433
    4- audio
    5- Perfectpass (this winter)
    I would agree with your order, but depending on what lakes you are going to the prop may move up to number 2 on my list. It makes a huge difference at higher altitudes. Looks like You, 996Scott and I need to plan a Moomba get together, more like a Mobius get together!
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  3. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ten85echo View Post
    ..its running the stock prop, the boat came out of California. Are the numbers on the prop where I can see them? 9 with pump upgrades this winter)
    I'm wary of people saying they run the "stock prop" as dealers order them with different props, some even based on their location or elevation. It's best to examine the prop yourself and write down every number you can see. Take a look at this page, zoom in on the propeller and you can see a model number along with size and pitch info stamped in the center right around the shaft.

    http://www.nettleprops.com/store/p/3...e-135-Cup.aspx

    Research which one you have or post the info here and ask advice. Depending on how much weight you are going to run you might not need to pitch down as much as some are suggesting, especially if you are going to be doing a lot of tubing or any skiing at all. On the other hand, elevation makes a big difference. You probably couldn't run what I run-- the ACME 1161-- where you are.
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  4. #14
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    May 2014
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    I have an OJ Fusion Edge prop that only has about 20 - 30 minutes of use on it.

    Only been on an XLV for some prop testing a few years back

    Too large for my boat/trailer.

    If there is any interest, one of these days I'll post it up on the classifieds at an extremely cheap price....including shipping.
    Last edited by slipperyrockTKE300; 06-03-2014 at 02:07 PM.
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  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by sivs1 View Post
    I would agree with your order, but depending on what lakes you are going to the prop may move up to number 2 on my list. It makes a huge difference at higher altitudes. Looks like You, 996Scott and I need to plan a Moomba get together, more like a Mobius get together!
    Sounds good to me sivs1!!!

    here is the numbers on the stock prop 13.7 x 17.5... also took a pic of the dash w no depth gauge.

    1- ordered a Hawkeye depth gauge (if anyone can post a pic of a good mounting location of the Thru-Hull Transducer would help)

    2-prop 1433 ordered (wakemakers 5-Stars)

    3- ordered 2-900lb bags for rear lockers and front IBS bag w pump (Wakemakers 5 Stars)
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    Dave
    2006 Mobius LSV, Upgrades.....900 rear Bags, IBS Bag, Wetsounds tower speakers, JL 12" sub, JL cabin speakers, JL amp, Clarion deck, Clarion transom and helm remote, dual batteries w perko switch, depth gauge w air\water temp, 1433 prop, travel snap cover.

  6. #16
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    Default Re: What upgrades 2006 LSV

    900 you want the 1100 fly high bags..

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  7. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by parrothd View Post
    900 you want the 1100 fly high bags..
    I agree - get the 1100s.

  8. #18
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    Default Re: What upgrades 2006 LSV

    I have pics of where I put my thru hull... On a ls though uploadfromtaptalk1401838222978.jpg

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  9. #19
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    It is in front of the paddle wheel...

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  10. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by clarkely View Post
    It is in front of the paddle wheel...

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    Thanks clarkely...looks like a perfect spot. I'm going to put in the same spot and its easy access. Guessing u had no issues there.
    Dave
    2006 Mobius LSV, Upgrades.....900 rear Bags, IBS Bag, Wetsounds tower speakers, JL 12" sub, JL cabin speakers, JL amp, Clarion deck, Clarion transom and helm remote, dual batteries w perko switch, depth gauge w air\water temp, 1433 prop, travel snap cover.

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