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    Slow and Fast trim timing?

    Hey guys I am trying to find the timings for the trim motors, slow and fast. I was told there was a post of two on the timings it takes for the trim to go from up to down... having troubles finding it. If anyone knows off hand or remembers where that post it please let me know! Thanks!


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    Well, there is this thread;

    Polaris made two versions of the 'Quick Trim' motor. There is a 'regular' version of the motor which takes about 7.5 seconds to move the trim nozzle from full up to full down or full down to full up position (14.0 volts battery).
    I seem to recall the FAST trim moves at about twice the speed of the regular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Msx150 Guy View Post
    I believe it's 3 rpm vs 6 rpm for the fast
    What is rotating to count RPM? The lever just moves in an arc.

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