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Old 13-02-2014, 13:53   #16
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Re: Cal 35 MKII with Campbell Sailor

I don't. Did you check with Chris on Vacilando? He's a liveaboard.

What Year is your Cal? Is it a Cal 35 Mk II? What part of the country are you in?

We know of at least 6 active Cal 35 Mk II around in use...
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Old 22-02-2014, 07:59   #17
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Re: Cal 35 MKII with Campbell Sailor

Hey my cal 35 is out of the water and I will be working on it next week. I will take some measurements and get back to you. Pm me to remind me.
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Old 22-02-2014, 08:00   #18
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Re: Cal 35 MKII with Campbell Sailor

There is definitely 2-4 inches. I think someone may have cut down your shaft. I think a new one is only like $150
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Re: Cal 35 MKII with Campbell Sailor

Just took mine out and had a max RPM of 2900-3000. Guess I need to set a coarser pitch? I have a max prop that I set up myself, no surprise if it isn't right.
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Re: Cal 35 MKII with Campbell Sailor

What is the governed rpm of your engine? If you are within 400rpm of it, I think you are fine. A courser (higher) pitch will lower your top rpm.

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Re: Cal 35 MKII with Campbell Sailor

Just re pitched the max prop to 22 degrees. I'll see Wednesday how the results are. Previously it was at 18 and seemed to be governing out.
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