From hole shot to top end speed, hydraulic jack plates let you maximize performance by tweaking your outboard position in relation to the boat hull. This a big deal under a lot of circumstances ranging from shallow water running (engine in high position), to getting blistering hole shots and top end out of performance engines. Safety even comes into play when running big water; a fully lowered engine delivers more bite for confidently handling big waves.
GMAN on the Benefits of Hydraulic Jack Plates
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