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    I will be in the process of doing a budget rebuild on a sanger sprint jet that i have aquired. i have a few questions to start off with to see if a few wanted things can be fit into the budget. one of the items is a jetaway which would be nice for the safety aspect of course. the boat will not be breaking any records thats for sure but i do want to put toget a nice pump if the budget permits.

    It will be getting a 396 built to 408 ci. with a berk 12 jg pump


    1.anybody have an idea of cost to machine impellar shaft for an inducer?

    2.A few shops that can do this in the riverside county Ca area would be appreciated

    3.Any threads on installing a jet away. Is this an fairly easy bolt on install or should it be taken some where to be done

    4. any past threads on rebuilding berk pumps would be appreciated thanks

    5. would a legend jet bowl work on the berk suction housing and internals?

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    parts i am looking for now

    stearing cable
    diverter handle
    diverter new style
    Tunnell ram with carbs


    also need an aluminum gas tank repaired at one end (also need a part welded for my mini jet rebuild as well. aluminum as well) so any suggestions would be apprciated thanks

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    You live Elsinore correct?
    You can either go to GS marine in corona or B1 in Santa Ana I believe, both can machine your pump shaft for a inducer.

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    Turning a pump shaft is 60 bucks plus about four hundred for the inducer itself. Jetaway is over a grand new and is probably way down the list for a small block based boat. Invest ur money in ur pump and a good life.jacket

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Size:  38.1 KB.The boat. paint is one that will look good from far and not to bad up close but it has it battle wounds. I like the paint on there and may just run it like it is for now.
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ID:	171358I am just gonna go with 2 bucket seats and maybe add a bench after i see where motor will end up. I thought i was gonna get to finish the floor but found 2 soft spots where old seats use to be
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ID:	171364after picking at the wholes a bit i cut out the rotted wood and noticed the connecting piece for the stingers where rotted along with about 3 inchs of the stringers
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ID:	171368My question is should i replace both stringers due to the last 2 inchs being cut off due to rott or add a piece to each when i add the new stringer to tie them together. I even thought of making it full stingers but not sure if i wanted to go that route.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HBInHeat View Post
    Turning a pump shaft is 60 bucks plus about four hundred for the inducer itself. Jetaway is over a grand new and is probably way down the list for a small block based boat. Invest ur money in ur pump and a good life.jacket
    my question on the jetaway is if there is some machine work or other required parts or does it bolt on. I will most likely use this pump on another project later so would like to take the needed steps now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HBInHeat View Post
    Turning a pump shaft is 60 bucks plus about four hundred for the inducer itself. Jetaway is over a grand new and is probably way down the list for a small block based boat. Invest ur money in ur pump and a good life.jacket
    my question on the jetaway is if there is some machine work or other required parts or does it bolt on. I will most likely use this pump on another project later so would like to take the needed steps now.
    Just bolts on in place of the bearing cap

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    Looks like a great project with a lot of potential, a Legend bowl will adapt to your Berkeley but may be a small issue respective bolt ons (Nozzle adaptors, droops etc) as the bolt circle may be different Good Luck with your Project Tom

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    Make it a full stringer, better stablity, much safer, and if u decide to add power at some point (which everone usually does) its already there....Ur at that point where it is easier to do it now than later...jmo, looks like a cool build, have fun with it
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    Quote Originally Posted by HBInHeat View Post
    Just bolts on in place of the bearing cap
    Thanks for the info. I figured if i can i will put that in the budget. seems to be a nice safety piece to have.

    Quote Originally Posted by jetboatperformance View Post
    Looks like a great project with a lot of potential, a Legend bowl will adapt to your Berkeley but may be a small issue respective bolt ons (Nozzle adaptors, droops etc) as the bolt circle may be different Good Luck with your Project Tom
    Thanks tom. The legand bowl seems to fit as a jg does but as you menttioned the bolt holes are off a slight bit from suction housing to bowl. Only reason i was gonna try to use that bowl was becasue it had a stuffer on it all ready but i think i will just go with a G bowl and add a stuffer

    Quote Originally Posted by Nickythefish View Post
    Make it a full stringer, better stablity, much safer, and if u decide to add power at some point (which everone usually does) its already there....Ur at that point where it is easier to do it now than later...jmo, looks like a cool build, have fun with it
    What is the best wood to use for stingers as well as plywood if needed? I want to go with full stringers but i will kick that around for a day or 2. I like the stringer set up squirtin thunder put in "sunken treasure" (i think that was the boats name) I wont do much else with the power at this point due to it just being a fun project to releave some stress and use some of the parts that i have been tripping over for some time now. I have my 22 daytona that needs to go faster before i think about making the sanger go faster i will most likely trade it for something else when done and i have had my fun with it. That is where the full stringers would be a plus because the first question out of most people mouths are is it a full stringer.

    Blah blah any ways how far up should the stringers be taken if i go with full stringers

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