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    LAB 28's for a Baja

    Looking for a set of LAB 28's for my 29 Outlaw.....

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    Does anyone have a odd ball LEFT hand 26 Bravo 1???? The set on my boat do not match....the previous owner swapped the props with the dealer and never ran it...turns out the Rt. one is a stock 26 and the Lt. one is a worked 26....

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    Re: LAB 28's for a Baja

    Quote Originally Posted by MRBAJA View Post
    Looking for a set of LAB 28's for my 29 Outlaw.....

    OR

    Does anyone have a odd ball LEFT hand 26 Bravo 1???? The set on my boat do not match....the previous owner swapped the props with the dealer and never ran it...turns out the Rt. one is a stock 26 and the Lt. one is a worked 26....

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    D
    Dave, Did you get your RPM issue worked out? I'm sure you can spin 28's with not much problem once you get the motors tuned in. I would get a set of 28's and skip the money you'll spend on the 26's
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    Re: LAB 28's for a Baja

    I have the computers off getting re-flashed right now. All my issues seem to be pointing (hopefully) at a fuel quality issue. Otherwise cannot explain why I would get the exact same RPM's from "both" motors...... fed off the same fuel tank so hopefully that is it.

    I went ahead and bought a LH 26 to have since my props are (were) mismatched. Picked it up new on ebay shipped from Washington for $380 bucks. Figure I needed the 26 regardless and at worse case it will be my spare set of props should something happen....

    Puters should be back before Friday...I work Sat...then going to the lake, put the prop on, puters, run out the last 1/4 or so of fuel in it, then fill it with fresh fuel hoping that is my issue....

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    Re: LAB 28's for a Baja

    I could lend you my 28's to see if they work good for you.

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