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Thread: Motor torque

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    Default Motor torque

    I hate that the outrunner motor makes the p1 twist so bad. Any way to stop that? Without getting another motor

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    Mine doesn't twist! Adjust your trim tabs, I bought mine used here and the previous owner installed his own, these are a lot better than the current trim tab/ turn fin combo. http://www.offshoreelectrics.com/pro...d=ros-spdt-150 and these: http://www.offshoreelectrics.com/pro...prod=ose-80060

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    Thanks. I'll try them

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    Mike, I am no expert in tuning a boat, but before you start, you should have an idea of the settings. On my trim tab I measure the distance between the blade and the bracket. Also i find it is useful to have a steel ruler.http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mascot-Preci...06%26rk%3D2%26 I place it ( on its edge) along the hull bottom and trim tabs, you can tell then what angle it is set. I find the tabs need to be either neutral or a bit "negative---pointing down). For the P1 my stinger is absolutely neutral and/or with even a hint of "positive" ---and that got rit of most of my unstabled manners. Hopefully someone who really knows will give you better advice.
    Good Luck and have fun.

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    Hey,
    What prop are you using and on what s cells for your setup ?
    And do you have any pictures of the setup in the boat with the cells and of your transom hardware ?

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