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Old 09-03-07, 03:00 PM   #1
BassStalker
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Default Trying to get my '86 Laser to go faster

I am running an '87 Evinrude 200 on an '86 18' Laser. Top end currently about 50. Running a 14-1/4x24 prop that came with it. Have been to at least 3 mechanics. Carbs rebuilt, new plugs, powerpaks, and all sorts of adjustments. Compression good. The last mechanic suggested measuring the high speed jets with a drill to determine if they are oversized. This 200 is a replacement for the 150 that was on the boat when I bought it a couple years ago, which I burned up. Sure seems that with this much horsepower this boat ought to go faster.
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