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    Seadoo Pump

    What all is required to retrofit a Seadoo pump onto a Fzr?

    Thanks for any and all info!


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    a cast or billet adapter offered by other forum members. and a driveshaft adapter. then again these pump adapters are set up for the older transom plates with the 2 inch pump spacer. not sure how it would be done with the newer ski's that have the pump spacer integrated in with the transom plate and ride shoe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightning Struck View Post
    What all is required to retrofit a Seadoo pump onto a Fzr?

    Thanks for any and all info!
    Best person to speak to is Phillip_GPR. He knows heaps about this.

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    I think I am getting rid of my seadoo pump setup. $900 for the entire setup which includes the seadoo pump with impeller, custom driveshaft, and adaptor.

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    I think I am getting rid of my seadoo pump setup. $900 for the entire setup which includes the seadoo pump with impeller, custom driveshaft, and adaptor.


    I'm interested.

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    For what its worth, Jerry tried a seadoo pump on his FZR probably a year ago and the results wern't that great. There are better pump options for a high HP FZ than the seadoo pump.

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    Just to clarify things a bit, the different vendors offering Seadoo pump set-ups all take a different approach to things. It is my understanding when Jerry tried the Seadoo pump he also used Seadoo nozzles.

    It is my belief for most applications a Seadoo pump nozzle is the wrong nozzle to use on a Yamaha ski.

    On my ski the only Seadoo parts used are the pump and impeller. All other parts are either Yamaha or custom made by me. The OEM SHO/FZR nozzle assembly is used because it has the correct exit diameter and more importantly the correct exit angle for the Yamaha hull.

    When compared to using the OEM Yamaha pump with 155 single, 155 twin impellers or 160 mm Skat long blade impellers on my ski the the Seadoo pump cavitated less and accelerated harder.

    Is there a better option than the Seadoo OEM pump? Yes, while I haven’t personally tried the Rotax Racing (Seadoo) 16 vein racing pump on my ski it is considered by those who have as the ultimate set-up.

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    How much moola are we talking about, when going to the Doo pump?

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