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Prop cavitation when trimmed up any amount except when all the way down
I just got my new 2014 2086 FC yesterday. It has 27 inch tubes with lifting strakes
Also got under skin and inside skirting. 90 hp merc with factory drilled transom. The
dealer installed motor fairly low, only one hole left to lower motor.
On first trip I noticed if I trim up motor any more than 5 to 10 percent
it cavitated. Does anyone know what I should do? Is boat lifting too high
out of water with big tubes and strake? Should mounting holes have been lower for
this set up?