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Old 07-28-2017, 06:49 AM
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Originally Posted by mizzippi jb View Post
I'm knocking on wood, but my motor must be balanced pretty well. Never had tiller torque that gator tail is known for, and ever since I put a new cam in about 4 years ago, no leaks at the case gasket. Again, I humbly type this while crossing my fingers, rubbing a rabbits foot, and knocking on wood
On an HDR the skig is bolted and I can tell when the bolts start getting a little loose because it will create some bad tiller torque. I finally put lock tight on them and they've stayed tight for about 15 hours now. If you get those SD lined up just right they have very little to no tiller torque, almost like an outboard. My only problem is straightening up after a sharper turn at higher speeds. I literally have to pull or push as hard as I can to get her straight again. Anyone else have that problem? At lower speeds I can whip it around on a dime. Maybe I just need to work out more
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