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    Pump cones

    I've seen some older threads on the R&D anti cavitation cone and the Wet wolf Adjust a thrust,but don't hear much about them. Is anyone using these on a HO pump and seeing anything positive? The concept makes sense, and both claim better lows and mids with around 1mph up top.


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    From what I've seen around, no one is really using them. They seem like a bit "snake oil". But I could be wrong........Maybe they're just not talking about them.

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    I recently read people refering to them as AAT cones, just put 2 and 2 together, LOL I'm in for one!

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    snake oil my azz. Once you bolt on an AAT and get it tuned in, you pretty much forget it is there. You never see it since it is below the waterline. You really don't have to maintain it since it doesn't break or wear out, but it is still there working to maximize your pump performance. There are more than a few folks on this board that have purchased a new AAT every time they get a new pwc. I've been building the AAT since 1999 and have more than 15 different models.

    If it didn't work, I would have quit building them 10 years ago...............

    Yes they work on the HO pump. .5 to 1.5 more top end, better hookup in the chop, reduced cavitation off the bottom. It does all that stuff once you get it dialed in. If you have a clue, it should take you about an hour on the lake to get it dialed in.

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    Thanks Wolf, how does the saltwater affect the mechanism? Do they need to be sprayed with Wd or something?

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    During your normal flushing, just spray some water into the back of the jet pump.

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    Sounds good, Its worth a shot to check out.

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    Im not sure how much it does for performance but I have a riva on mine

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    wetwolf, I did not notice one made for a WR500... DO you make one? I do not even know what pump size it is, but I think it would really help my WR500 to have a pump cone to compliment the Pro Tec pump nozzle.

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    We don't make one for the WR500, in fact, you are the 1st person to even ask that question.

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