|Anyone know the stock ACME prop # and size on a 2007 Sanger V215?|
|I wanna say it's an Acme 525|
|I think it is the 525 too. 13x11.5 x0.8 cup. The V210 ran the 515 I think.|
|Correct. My 06 210 came stock with Acme 515.|
|My 05 came with 515 went to 525 has better hole shot and I like it better for surfing.handles the weight|
|The 911 prop performs awesome on that boat.|
|06 stock is the 515 I went to the 653 HUGE difference.|
|515 is stock on new 210, (brother just bought one) not sure if 215's would be different. 525 would be next step down, more hole shot and less top end. |
653 should shoot you out like a cannon, but lose even more top end.
...and J-Rod, a 911 on a 1:1 Sanger? all I can say is be careful! that thing will turn 6000 rpm in the blink of an eye!
|Nah the 911 won't spin that much higher rpm's. It's recommended for 2k plus in ballast on these boats. 653 is my #1 and 515 for back-up. 653 is a great prop with light to moderate ballast amounts in these boats.|
|I roll in a Sanger all the time with the 911 prop. It's perfect when you run a ton of weight. The boat gets on plane perfectly, and is super efficient on gas. They're def not seeing high rpmss|
|Even with 2500lbs in the boat the 653 yards you outta the hole no sweat but I've been over three k and had to rock the boat to get on step.|
|911 is perfect for me. With my lake at 5,400 ft plus ballast its fast out the hole. Rpms top out about 4.9 at full throttle. The highest i've seen the rpm's go is 5.3 with no ballast or passengers.|