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2022 24 MXZ w/ LT4 - Prop Question


MalibuMatty

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Just got my 24 MXZ delivered and it has LT4. 

I am in california with no elevation. Suggestions on prop?

82 gallon tank @ 6.50 a gallon gas me curious what y’all run. 

came with a 3077 

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Do you have enough clearance to spin an 18 inch diameter? If so I would think the acme 3311 or OJ 1784 you would be very happy with.  On my M240 I’ve also ran the OJ 1844 18 x 15.5 

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Check out https://www.wakemakers.com/propellers/# I have used their prop finder in the past and it usually works out well for a starting point.  You can then tweak the pitch and cup to exactly what you want.  Dfowkes acme 3311 is right there.  Wakemakers would put the 3309 on for low speed performance (must be the new way to say torque prop)  or the 3313 for general performance.  

It all comes down to what you need.  If gas is the concern go with the less aggressive prop.  My understanding with the LT4, especially without elevation, is that the boat doesn't "need" a super aggressive prop and can be more efficient overall with those style props.  We don't have our break in done yet on our T250 with LT4 yet but it has been said that with a general use prop, fully weighted for a surf that the rpms will be in the low 3k range which is 600 less than my old A24 with the 409 and torque prop.

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