I have the factory Lenco's on my 2320. They are square. I dont know maybe 12X12. I think they work great but then again I have no other comparison. With them deployed, which is most of the time, they keep the nose down, but depending on the load the port one needs to be adjusted up to level out the boat. I think that is due to both batteries being in the back left corner. They are self retracting which is awesome.
With a crew of four I need the nose down a little more.
With them up in glass water, I gain 4 to 5 MPH at WOT.
It makes sense that LONGER and SKINNIER would be the way to go. Its what they use on racing hulls.
Has anyone with a 2320, 2310, or 2300 changed over?
Can I just swap out the tabs themselves? Doesn't seem likely.
I had the factory Lencos and switched to the 24 x 9 bennetts
I removed the old plates, positioned the bennet plated as far towards the outside that I could, marked and drilled the new holes into the transom.
I cleaned and sealed up any unused old holes from the old plates.
More sealer for the new plates and finished mounting the plated.
I then reposioned the actuators and had to drill holes through the new plates where the actuators mount.
I'll try to take and post some pics to show them.
As for the ride,
They made a HUGE improvement in 2ft or more chop with the pounding ride I used to get,
And yes, the help get me up on plane with 6 or 8 guys on board very quickly.
And you will have NO problem getting the bow down.