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« on: July 11, 2019, 02:10:23 AM »
Hi jet boaters i just got a boat with an American turbine jet how do they compare to a Berkely . Is there anything I should keep an eye on  . Do they hold up pretty good it works great so far I’ve always had Berkeley’s  . Rvbw


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« Reply #1 on: July 11, 2019, 09:57:32 AM »
Hi jet boaters i just got a boat with an American turbine jet how do they compare to a Berkely . Is there anything I should keep an eye on  . Do they hold up pretty good it works great so far I’ve always had Berkeley’s  . Rvbw


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I believe that it was started by engineers from Berkeley. It is a clone of a Berkeley. Most parts will interchange, but some won't.

I have an American Turbine impeller in my Berkeley pump. The cuts are more aggressive than a Berkeley piece, by about half a cut, if that makes sense. (AT's AA is larger than Berks 2A, etc)

Otherwise, it's like Edelbrock parts on an sbc.

Dan'l
CJ/RR 212...under construction  "Pistol Annie"

 


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