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Engine Mechanical / Electrical / Throttle bracket
« on: May 21, 2020, 02:04:20 PM »
Anyone have pics of their tunnel ram set up with throttle bracket? Converted from a single carb to a t ram with dual carbs side by side with an enderle throttle linkage. The problem I have is I have to fab up a throttle clamp down bracket. I need to see some options if there some out there. Thanks in advance.


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Engines / Engine Parts For Sale / WTB: 12 jg bowl and nozzle housing
« on: March 10, 2020, 09:12:30 PM »
In need of just the bowl and nozzle housing


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Engine Mechanical / Electrical / Pound for pound
« on: February 23, 2020, 11:32:26 AM »
I grew up on v-drives and my first two boats were v-drives. And Iíve always heard and even have said for many years, if you want to go fast get a prop boat. Iíve been a jet boat owner for a couple years now. Most of that time was restoring the boat. I have a north of mild bbc which is fairly the same set up as my last v-drive and the v-drive definitely responded better, easier to control and was faster. Now the last piece to my jet boat is a pump rebuild as itís pretty worn out.

My question is, if you take a v-drive and a jet boat with the exact power plant, what does the jet boat need to do to be competitive with the v-drive. That question of course is my thoughts that pound for pound a v-drive will out perform a jet. Not here to cause an argument, Iím seriously looking to get the most of what I have. Any input would be greatly appreciated


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Engine Mechanical / Electrical / What distributor with a TR on a BBC
« on: February 21, 2020, 07:20:54 PM »
Wondering what dizzy you guys are running with tunnel ram set ups on big block chevy. Thanks in advance


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Jet Pumps / Pump rebuild inland empire
« on: January 27, 2020, 05:59:59 PM »
Hey gents, anyone have any good recommendations for someone to rebuild my pump in the inland empire?


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WTB / BBC bell housing mount ski tow
« on: July 10, 2018, 09:35:58 AM »
In need of one.


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Just finished my boat project and now itís time to break in the engine which Iíll do on the trailer. I plan on disconnecting the driveline so Iím not turning the pump dry during break in. The problem here is that the driveline isnít really a driveline other than turn buckles on both sides of the connecting plates. The connecting plates butt up against each other with very little slack. I canít see running the engine with a u joint flopping around plus flopping around right next to the part that goes to the pump. What are my options here? Hope I described the dilemma good enough. Any suggestions would be appreciated.


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Just like the header says, I have BBC and with stud girdles. The current cheapo valve covers I have on there now fit but only because I ripped the baffles out. Havenít run it yet but Iím sure itíll get messy without the baffles. What covers are you guys running with stud girdles?


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Projects / Making boat fit
« on: February 10, 2018, 01:12:05 PM »
Hey all, I donít post on here much but I figured this may help those in the situation I was in. Jet boats suck when it comes to putting them in your garage because the pump makes the boat too long for most garages. The options are usually to park it outside or put the boat at an angle which destroys garage space and it sucks. So hereís what I did and it worked out pretty good.

For three years I had my boat at an angle which made it to where the ol lady had to park her car on the driveway. My downstairs office shares the rear wall to my garage. All I needed was about six inches more garage space to park the boat straight. So I poked a hole in the office/garage wall hahaha. Fuggit. Got tired of losing valuable garage space. But itís not as bad as it seems.

Once the hole was made, I framed it, dry walled it, mudded it. All thatís left is to texture and paint it. Turned out pretty good. Just thought Iíd share in case anyone else was in my situation.


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Engines / Engine Parts For Sale / ***WTB*** BBC wet headers
« on: July 18, 2017, 05:56:39 AM »
I got some headers so this post is no longer needed.

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