Most high-performance center-consoles are powered by two to four outboards. Top speeds range from 60 to 85 MPH. Today’s most popular go-fast catamarans range from 28 to 52 feet. Powered by twin inboard engines up to 1,750-HP, they can reach 180 MPH and beyond.
How fast will 50 hp outboard go?
With the new Honda 50 hp four stroke I find it will plane at about 17 or 18 mph. Top speed is 30 mph.
How fast will a 10hp outboard go?
10 HP Outboard: Speed & Runtime
|Power (Watt)||Speed (mph/kph)||Range (mile/km)|
How fast will a 60 horsepower boat motor go?
16′ aluminum boats are popular and a 60-hp engine will typically propel them from 25 mph to 30 mph top speed, depending on load.
How fast will a Yamaha 40 hp outboard go?
Maximum speed 60 km/h with GPS (32 knots).
How fast will a 35 hp outboard go?
1950’s Outboards Rule
and i run a 35 h.p. 1957 evinrude it runs about 25 mph.
What pitch prop is faster?
The lower the prop pitch, the better your hole-shot. However, this comes at a price: top speed. The lower pitch makes the engine reach maximum rpm at slower speeds. Conversely, a higher pitch will deliver greater top speeds, but slower acceleration.
How fast will a 75 hp outboard go?
Most outboards have a preferred powerband where they run at optimum efficiency and minimal fuel burn. Yep, that 75 hp might be able to push the boat to 32 mph, but that’s with the throttle jammed against the stops.
How fast will a 20 hp outboard go?
Top speed is 14 mph based on GPS. The trim is set at the next to last hole.
How fast will a 9.9 hp outboard go?
Assuming this is a light 14′ utility boat and a standard 9.9, Mercury would recommend a 8.5 to 9.5 pitch prop for the OP’s application and predicts a top speed around 20 mph.
How fast will a 3hp outboard go?
To give you a simple reference, a 3 hp electric outboard can push a 12 ft boat with 150 kg (331 lbs) load at a max speed of 9 km/h (5.6 mph). That’s to say the 3 hp outboard motor can provide more than sufficient propulsion for a 10 ft tender or work as an auxiliary power for a daysailer of up to 1.5 tonnes (3307 lbs).