View Full Version : Acme 2419 prop is great

09-26-2017, 09:01 AM
I installed the 2419 prop on my Supra SC350 and was delighted with the results. :)
Acme 2419: 15" dia X 12" pitch
It only has about an inch of clearance from the hull but three is no gel burn or negative effects.
Before I had the 2079 which was an improvement over the ACME 1235 (stock prop), but it cannot compare to the 2419.

09-26-2017, 07:57 PM
Can you add how much, where from and why? I have a 2005 Moomba LSV that needs a new prop, I just hate buying a new prop and the selection leaves me in analysis paralysis. yx

09-26-2017, 11:57 PM
How much ballast are you running? That prop is on my winter goodies list.

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09-27-2017, 09:36 AM
I got the prop from wakemakers and it was under $600.
Wakeboarding setup total is 3300lbs
1000lbs on each rear side
400lb subfloor middle
500lb bow sac.
400lb of 40lblead bags up front distributed around nose and bow sac.
I usually ride with 3 other people.
Before the new prop I had a lot of problems getting the nose down to hit plane.
I would either have to dump weight in the back or get the biggest guy to sit on the very nose of the boat to get it planed.
Three weeks ago when the boat stopped my buddy fell off the nose of the boat.
It was funny and not funny as he could have gotten hurt.
With the new prop the boat pulls up to speed in a very reasonable amount of time. It also makes a cleaner wake with less agitation.
I measured with the old 2079 prop on and I had about 1 1/2 inches clearance. Now I am less than an inch. There is no gel burn or other noticeable effects.

09-27-2017, 10:03 AM
I just installed an ACME 2315. It's also 15" x 12" but has more cup. Up to you which one you want, someone smarter than I can chime in on the differences. I'm running 3,200-3,500 lbs of ballast and this was a great upgrade over the 1433.

Early on, it seems like people were sizing props so that they didn't foul the trailer but we've since learned we shud run a prop that fits the boat and shim the trailer accordingly.

So, measure the distance btw your prop and hull. Some have said you need 1" clearance, others say you need 10% of prop size. I had over 2" of hull clearance with the 14" prop so I was fine on the 10% rule.

I got shims from boatmate for my trailer but they're easy to make on your own.