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icedog10 09-04-2007 7:06 AM

I have been thinking about getting Perfect Pass for my 93 Prostar 205. The lake I am on has lots of weeds and I loose the speedometer quite often and have to drive by RPMs. How does Perfect Pass address this issue?

wakereviews 09-04-2007 7:48 AM

check zero off, that might be an optimal fix for you.

trace 09-04-2007 11:20 AM

Only - I don't understand your response? <BR> <BR>Paddlewheel speed sensors (as opposed to pitots like your speedos use), are almost impervious to weeds. We have a lot ofg hydrilla in one of the lakes around here, and it clogs my regular speedo all the time, but PP has never had any problems reading speed.

wakereviews 09-04-2007 11:23 AM

only made the comment b/c since zero off doesn't rely on any on water speed sensors it would be impervious to any debris in the water. Sorry, have no personal experience with PP in water with a lot of growth.

65sanford 09-04-2007 11:46 AM

We also have alot of weeds and have no issues with perfect pass working

trace 09-04-2007 2:34 PM

What is "zero off"? A different speed controller mfr? <BR> <BR>Too bad nobody has come out with a weedless prop yet.

trace 09-04-2007 2:38 PM

Nevermind... <a href="http://www.zerogps.com/" target="_blank">http://www.zerogps.com/</a>

sinkoumn 09-04-2007 3:13 PM

Uhh <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/uhoh.gif" border=0>, Zero off won't work on pre 07 or 08 boats doggie <BR> <BR>(Message edited by Sinkoumn on September 04, 2007)

wakereviews 09-04-2007 3:36 PM

need drive by wire? didn't realize that if so <IMG SRC="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/sad.gif" ALT=":-(" BORDER=0>

sinkoumn 09-04-2007 3:42 PM

thread jack, Trace your profile pic is SICK!

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