I have a 22' speedboat, medium deadrise, with 2 x 100hp Yam 4 strokes mounted on outmounts on the back.
There seems to be a problem in the handling/performance of this boat. From 1800rpm the trim is normal, then when speed is increased the trim increases radically and the boat drops/heels over to the starboard side (and it is always to starboard). It will only come back level when you throttle back, also no amount of motor trim will help the situation at speed.
What could the problem be, a combination of weight distribution and suction on the starboard hull bottom (due to a hook or unfairness) or something else?.