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    AAT for 1.8 liter Yamaha PWC

    We finally got around to building Adjust-A-Thrusts for the newest Yamaha pumps for the 1.8 liter PWC. Expect .5 to 1.5 more top end, less cavitation off the bottom, and improved midrange. We have them in stock and ready to ship. Summer is almost here!!!, Keep the wet side down.
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    A little bit more info would be nice. Like how they work how much do they cost. IDK

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    Sorry, try www.wetwolf.com

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    Whats the life span of this................?

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    so we should order YAM 4 for our 1.8 craft?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquaholic6801 View Post
    Whats the life span of this................?
    The thread or the product??. We've been building the AAT for over a decade. I don't pay as much attention to threads as I should.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wetwolf View Post
    The thread or the product??. We've been building the AAT for over a decade. I don't pay as much attention to threads as I should.

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    of coz is the product

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    IMO they don't wear out ... life span is as long as you have it. I used to run one on my GPRs for years and liked it. You see different size pump cones for sale, pump cone spacers, etc, all claim to have less cavitation, better acceleration and better speed ... thing is that Bruce's Wet Wolf design is the only dynamically variable cone setup ... it adjusts instantly based on water pressure in the pump, plus it comes with different shuttle sizes for even more fine tuning.

    Its a great product IMO, very well built, and is a nice tool to help tune out cavitation and add accel/top speed too.

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    I would love to see a test of the product. Curious about the cavitation with these setups as I absolutely kill the skat prop on holeshot on my stg 3 FZS.
    Another question would be if adjust- a-thrust helps the twin prop regain some of the top speed lost (typical 2 mph speed loss with twin prop)

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    ive just purchased one

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