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What does WOT stand for?

WOT stands for Wide Open Throttle

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Rigged to a 19-foot Carolina Skiff Sea Chaser, wide open throttle was 41.
The six-speed transaxle benefits include smaller steps between ratios which change the engine speed less, resulting in shifts that feel smoother, a higher numerical first gear that launches the minivan more briskly than a four- or five-speed transaxle and wide open throttle kickdown shifts that engage at a slightly higher ratio to provide needed acceleration with less engine flare.
Because the size, shape, and timing of the spray can be duplicated from cycle to cycle, Mercury Marine's DFI system is extremely fuel efficient -- 10-percent better at wide open throttle, 30-to-40-percent better in the mid-range, and as high as 80-percent better at idle than current two-stroke capabilities.
These vehicles could exhibit a condition that could allow the throttle cam lever to disengage from the throttle drive shaft allowing the engine to go to wide open throttle.