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    I am looking for some advice on a wet sump pan pump combo. I have a dry sump system that I don't need and would like to go with the simplicity of a wet sump. It is a gen6 509 with low 0.6" lift that will maybe see the upper 5000 rpm range. It should make around 600 hp. In that rpm range. I am not looking to spend a big chunk of money so a Titan is out. Any input will be appreciated.

    Thanks Matt.

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    jet or v-drive

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    Sorry, I thought I covered everything but I missed something obvious...

    It's a jet.

    Matt.

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    B&B Gen 6 Jet pan with a Melling 10778C pump. 10qts. Built in Windage tray and scraper. GN7 will tell you it will keep pressure event when the boat is 90 degrees to the water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Motomatt68 View Post
    I am looking for some advice on a wet sump pan pump combo. I have a dry sump system that I don't need and would like to go with the simplicity of a wet sump. It is a gen6 509 with low 0.6" lift that will maybe see the upper 5000 rpm range. It should make around 600 hp. In that rpm range. I am not looking to spend a big chunk of money so a Titan is out. Any input will be appreciated.

    Thanks Matt.
    what do you want for the dry sump pan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cstraub View Post
    B&B Gen 6 Jet pan with a Melling 10778C pump. 10qts. Built in Windage tray and scraper. GN7 will tell you it will keep pressure event when the boat is 90 degrees to the water.
    Pretty good memory Chris
    Matt, unless you have plans on doing something more radical than this consistently, the B&B pan will be all the pan you will ever need. You can get them from Rex Marine.
    If you need a little bling and gain a few HP, you can step up to a Stef's alum pan. But the steel B&B pan gets the job done for alot less $.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    Pretty good memory Chris
    Matt, unless you have plans on doing something more radical than this consistently, the B&B pan will be all the pan you will ever need. You can get them from Rex Marine.
    If you need a little bling and gain a few HP, you can step up to a Stef's alum pan. But the steel B&B pan gets the job done for alot less $.
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    Yes Rexmar should have the New GEN6 B&B Marine pan in stock, if not we can dropship for them.
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    Thanks for the replies.

    Jim, I will be selling the whole thing soon but the pan is a custom made from a standard pan with no scraper or windage tray. It works but is still 8" deep. If you are interested pm me.

    Matt.

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