That's a great read! Where did you find it?
This is all me...I typed it up last night and it's my first attempt at a tech article regarding jet boats. It's all stuff I learned in the last year just from rebuiding my own boat, asking a lot of questions and reading lots of articles.
At some point, the impeller's horsepower curve will cross the engine's hp curve on the downside of it. The RPM at which the two curves meet on the downside will be the max RPM the engine will be able to spin that particular impeller. At this RPM, the impeller's HP demand is still going up, while the engine's hp curve is going down. Because the engine can no longer make anymore hp, the engine is incapable of spinning the impeller any faster than this RPM.
Was this before or after you rebuilt your pump WRONG??
good article....wanna write for my site
...wanna write for my site
Hey we all learn from our mistakes phocker!!
i dont but im all for stuffin shit in her ass to make her go away
They are all fukin tasty. My long time favorite, "Dirty Dicks -beerjet-
Glasscutter, Skip, OC2 Nordie and many more nail me good every time, relentlessly, I love those guys!
as a general guide i think the chart is well.... ok as omar said it varies with the way the pump loads. i will doing some loader test as i now have 3 different kinds, so i will let you all know when i'm done.
I'm gonna assume these are off the shelve loaders or did you have them made for your boat.-beerjet-
off the shelf