It’s been almost two years since Nautique unveiled their latest performance driven boat, the G23. Since then, multiple riders have landed 1080′s behind its massive wake and a ton of surf sessions have been enjoyed with the assistance of the Nautique Surf System (NSS). The increase in demand for bigger, better performing boats has helped elevate the G Series to the top of our sport.
With more Nautique G21′s, G23′s and G25′s cruising the local waterways, we decided it was time to update our Prop Finder to include this boating behemoth.
2013 Super Air Nautique G23 & G25 - We recommend the ACME 2247 for Wakeboarding and Wakesurfing. We’ve found that this Prop delivers the best blend of overall performance, fuel economy, and more consistent speeds. The ACME 2315 is our pick for High Elevation and Heavily Weighted Applications.
*The 2013 Models feature the 1-1/8″ shaft, so the prop options are different from the 2014 model boats.
For 2014, Nautique expanded the G Series with the addition of a 21′ boat. They also started offering multiple engine options (343HP, 409HP, 450HP, and the 550HP) which in turn changed up some of the recommended props. The 2014 boats feature a larger shaft size (upgraded from 1-1/8″ in 2013 to 1-1/4″ in 2014) and an industry first 17″ prop, the ACME 2561.
We recommend the ACME 2561 Prop for Wakeboarding/Wakesurfing on the 2014 G21′s, G23′s, and G25′s with the 409 or 450 Engine. For High Elevation or Heavily Weighted Applications we recommend the ACME 2569 Prop.
The 2014 G Series boats with the XR 550 HP Supercharged LSA by PCM require different props for Wakeboarding and Wakesurfing and for Heavily Weight and High Elevation Applications. We recommend the ACME 2261 for Wakeboarding and Wakesurfing and we recommend the ACME 2309 Prop for High Elevation and Heavily Weighted G-Series Boats.
Having the right propeller for you boat and application is important because it can increase your fuel efficiency, maximize engine life and improve the overall performance and handling of your boat. You don’t want to ruin a great day on the water by not having a spare prop in case something unfortunate happens to your current one.