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    Hmmm... would this fit?

    http://www.schlagelmarine.com/images...ProductSDM.bmp

    This looks like a bad ass pump!!!


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    You could make it fit....you would have to rip out your pump shoe and reglass the entire shoe/pump area, but it could be done.

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    I was viewing this a few months ago.

    Made me think about the intake side of things a bit deeper.

    Nice looking piece of hardware too.

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    Looks like a 4-tec might be a good starter for whatever engine turns that mother :)

    Looks like a 4-tec might be a good starter for whatever engine turns that mother

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    looks heavy... maybe yank out the 4 tec and shoe horn a SBF in there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEX-X View Post
    maybe yank out the 4 tec and shoe horn a SBF in there...
    I checked the dimensions on that and the valvecovers are actually wider than the Sea-Doo engine bay. Either way, I bet the lower Ns jet pump is much more efficient than the Sea-Doo pump.

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    how much wider?
    ohhh most definately more efficient....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEX-X View Post
    how much wider?
    ohhh most definately more efficient....
    If I remember right, the valvecovers were on the order of 4-5" wider than the fiberglass.

    The Sea-Doo pump is only about 50% efficient. Lower specific speed pumps can be as high as 85%, which means your 215 hp engine would propel the craft more like a 365 hp engine.

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    now would a SB fit from the bilge to the bottom of the seat? i'm surprised how inefficient the pumps are....and there aren't really a whole lot of mods out there to increase pump efficiency....well besides the 16 vein pump...but i don't have that type of money

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    what about an inline 6?

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