More Speed, Less Fuel for Sea Ray 310 Sundancer After Propspeed
- Fuel Savings
- Barcos a motor
"Before Propspeed, the boat was doing about 25.5 mph, burning 16.4 gallons an hour on average. When I launched the boat and went for the first ride with Propspeed, I was amazed at the speed difference. I was going 27.8 mph and burning 15.8 gallons an hour on average."
Joe Riccio has been using Propspeed since 2016, first applying it to his 2002 Sea Ray 310 Sundancer. Joe would use the boat as often as possible, clocking up to 150 hours of runtime per season. After noticing a build-up of growth on the running gear, he took advantage of the boat being laid up for winter. After installing new shafts and propellers, Joe applied Propspeed, the aim being to reduce build-up of growth and protect his new running gear.
Joe has just purchased a 39 Sea Ray Hardtop and can’t wait to apply Propspeed to all his new running gear.
- More speed, less fuel
- Protection against fouling