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Raptor 575

Postby Kennz » Tue May 22, 2018 3:13 pm

Hi.Looking at at putting 575 in commercial jet boat in NZ.questions. Are you aware of any in commercial boats in the states runing them. If so what hrs are they upto or any private boats with high hrs. What is the fuel burn at 3500 rpm.Thanks.
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Re: Raptor 575

Postby 300club » Mon Jul 02, 2018 1:30 pm

Im running one in a private boat.
I think if you are actually run ing 3500.
Your going to be right about 13.5. Gallons per hour..
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Re: Raptor 575

Postby Riverjohn » Mon Jul 02, 2018 3:36 pm

Kennz wrote:Hi.Looking at at putting 575 in commercial jet boat in NZ.questions. Are you aware of any in commercial boats in the states runing them. If so what hrs are they upto or any private boats with high hrs. What is the fuel burn at 3500 rpm.Thanks.

There was a post on here a while back about a Tour boat running 3 of them out of Grants Pass Oregon. You might be able to call or email them to find out how they are doing. I think they just put them in this season.

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Re: Raptor 575

Postby tjmp111 » Wed Jul 04, 2018 9:06 am

300club wrote:Im running one in a private boat.
I think if you are actually run ing 3500.
Your going to be right about 13.5. Gallons per hour..



How big of a boat? I am no where near13.5 per hour. I am pushing 7, 9 at the highest.
1997 22' TJ, 575 Raptor, Scott 912
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Re: Raptor 575

Postby 300club » Tue Jul 31, 2018 10:50 am

My boat is 23'8" full hard top ect.
weighs 5820 full of fuel nothing else in it.. i usually run around 10. But he said he wanted to figure it at 3500 rpms.. if that's where he runs it consistently.. that's about where he should be for gph.. also will be better in flat water.. . My numbers are on the snake.
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Re: Raptor 575

Postby tjmp111 » Wed Sep 05, 2018 8:59 pm

300club wrote:My boat is 23'8" full hard top ect.
weighs 5820 full of fuel nothing else in it.. i usually run around 10. But he said he wanted to figure it at 3500 rpms.. if that's where he runs it consistently.. that's about where he should be for gph.. also will be better in flat water.. . My numbers are on the snake.



Some numbers from the snake. 5.3 hours on the motor burned 31 gallons of fuel. Raptor 575 and a Scott 912.
1997 22' TJ, 575 Raptor, Scott 912
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Re: Raptor 575

Postby Skip1074 » Mon Mar 04, 2019 2:37 am

Riverjohn wrote:There was a post on here a while back about a Tour boat running 3 of them out of Grants Pass Oregon. You might be able to call or email them to find out how they are doing. I think they just put them in this season.

http://hellgate.com/


Not to dig up the past as I know this post is coming up on
6-9 months old, but yes Hellgate Jetboat Excursions is running triple Raptor 575’s in at least one boat and have been since at least 2017. I wasn’t riding in the Raptor boat, but messed is the pilots (I was in a triple LSA) enough that I got them racing on the river. Those Raptors are screaming engines, they were putting on a show, but those Raptors can move.
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Re: Raptor 575

Postby 300club » Mon Mar 25, 2019 1:33 pm

tjmp111 wrote:
300club wrote:My boat is 23'8" full hard top ect.
weighs 5820 full of fuel nothing else in it.. i usually run around 10. But he said he wanted to figure it at 3500 rpms.. if that's where he runs it consistently.. that's about where he should be for gph.. also will be better in flat water.. . My numbers are on the snake.


What size ect is your boat.. those are really good numbers..


Some numbers from the snake. 5.3 hours on the motor burned 31 gallons of fuel. Raptor 575 and a Scott 912.
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