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I need to find out the most efficent operating RPM's for crusing down river. My engine is a Chrysler marine 360/440  rebuilt 2002. Mainly for fuel consumption, next for steerage control.  Any and all help will be welcome. By the way the boat is a 72   36 ft. Gibson houseboat

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Depends on wether you want a fast cruise or slow. Slow cruise run around 1200 RPM. Fast will be at or around 3200RPM. You will find that the slow Cruise will be your most economical as far as GPH.

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