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    DONZI w/ duo-prop?

    I have a 1997 22 and I love it! We have 4 other high preformance boats, two of which have duo-props. They both ride great, and grab the water like hell! Does anyone have it on a 22? How do you like it?

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    Tony should chime in, he has very nice 22 dou with the big Volvo package, he has been very happy with it.
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    I have a 2000 22' Classic with a 454-385HP Volvo DPX E4 series props. It has integrated hydraulic steering and rides like its on rails. No torque steer... you can take your hands off the wheel at 65MPH. Runs just over 70 MPH(GPS) maybe a little more with more chop and less fuel. Volvo advertise that the drive is good for 600HP(mine is still 385). Love it!!

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    props

    I have 84 18 and put a blackhawk on 2years ago and will never go back to anything but dualprops.my boat has A 383 pushing 380hp and running 27 p at 80mlp bought a set of 31 but to big for now till the procharger goes on.im looking at a set of 29 for this year for the Muskokas weekend.these drives rock for speed.

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    I have a 2000 22' Classic with a 454-385HP Volvo DPX E4 series props. It has integrated hydraulic steering and rides like its on rails. No torque steer... you can take your hands off the wheel at 65MPH. Runs just over 70 MPH(GPS) maybe a little more with more chop and less fuel. Volvo advertise that the drive is good for 600HP(mine is still 385). Love it!!


    Yup, this description also fits my boat exactly...same performance, same handling.
    As long as I never have to replace the props, I am totally happy with this setup!

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    1996 22' Classic
    Volvo 7.4GSi/DPX (E-4 props)
    bone stock 72.8 gps mph

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    Thanks

    Wow, thanks guys!

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