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illone 06-04-2008 8:21 AM

I want to upgrade the prop an a 1992 Malibu Skier. I don't have a clue what to get. It has the stock 3 blade prop now. Would like something with more torque on the low end. Help!!!!

polarbill 06-04-2008 8:33 AM

Karl De Loof seems to know a lot on this subject and sells them. Sure he will see this and give you some help.

watsoc 06-04-2008 8:38 AM

Call Acme or OJ and ask them for their advice since they are the experts. A four blade will probably be your best option but they can give you the specific model #s.

polarbill 06-04-2008 9:22 AM

Here are some for a good price. Ask around and see if they are the right size and everything for your boat. <BR> <BR><a href="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/8/585799.html?1212353857" target="_blank">http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/8/585799.html?1212353857</a>

ldr 06-04-2008 10:01 AM

This is what most people with early direct drives use. Your boat most likely came with a 13x13. This 13x11.5 will help getting out of the hole when weighted. <BR> <BR><a href="http://www.skidim.com/prodinfo.asp?number=543" target="_blank">http://www.skidim.com/prodinfo.asp?number=543</a>

jasonba1 06-04-2008 10:41 AM

Hey Tripp I am the one that has the OJ props for sale I currently only have 3 left so if you would like one let me know ASAP trying to sale them on a first come basis. The asking price is 265 plus shipping check any site out like skidim and you will see these props retail for over 400. I have a 92 comp and put one of these props on my boat and I love it. If you are interested let me know. sent you a email as well with all of my contact info. <BR> <BR>Thanks Jason

boarditup 06-04-2008 5:58 PM

Typical is a 13X13 on your boat. <BR> <BR>With ballast, the 13X11.5 is the way to go. <BR> <BR>If you let me know what you have on there now I'll let you know what your options are and how your boat will react. <BR> <BR>Karl

illone 06-04-2008 8:30 PM

I believe it is 13x13. Will the OJ prop Jason has work? Seems to be a great deal. Thanks to everyone for your help!!

illone 06-05-2008 5:45 AM

Jason do you have the model number for the 3 blade prop? Just want to make sure it will work.

jasonba1 06-05-2008 1:09 PM

Hey Tripp it is the OJ 310 XMP CNC.

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