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    Default JC pump

    Can you just bolt a split bowl (I think a JG bowl right) on a JC pump or is the any work required first Thanks

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    Straight bolt-on.

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    Cool thanks. Also as I under stand it the main advantage to a split bowl is that you can put a droop or a wedge in the nozzle is this the only advantage or is there more to it than that Thanks Eric

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    Quote Originally Posted by TahitiRat View Post
    Cool thanks. Also as I under stand it the main advantage to a split bowl is that you can put a droop or a wedge in the nozzle is this the only advantage or is there more to it than that Thanks Eric
    That and it looks cooler than a JC bowl

    Thats what I did to mine...changed over from a JC to an AT/Dominator split bowl setup. I have yet to put the droop on yet though.

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    Default Snoop and a wedge!

    It lowered my line of thrust. Freed up the hull a little. (could be psycho sematic, though)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schi-502 View Post
    It lowered my line of thrust. Freed up the hull a little. (could be psycho sematic, though)
    Out of curiosity, what's a snoop?

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    Thanks to everyone for the help I thought that this was the case but wanted to make sure I wasent mising something thanks Eric

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    What you want to do is convert that jc to a jg. A jc has a higher gpm rate of flow compared to a jg and when this is done the jc is longer than a jg, 1 inch, which puts you closer to an agressor bowl. Agressor good . And the fact to a jc intake differs from a jg intake another bonus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    ... And the fact to a jc intake differs from a jg intake another bonus.
    What's the differences?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrod56cars View Post
    What's the differences?
    They both use the same style lodaer gate flange but the jc intake is a little longer than the jg so the jc intake doesn't isn't as steep inside as a je so the water tends to flow a little freeier. The only way to tell a true jc is look at the serial number on the pump and around the intake four loader bolt upraised material and they should match. I believe the jc intake starts with a h serial number.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    They both use the same style lodaer gate flange but the jc intake is a little longer than the jg so the jc intake doesn't isn't as steep inside as a je so the water tends to flow a little freeier. The only way to tell a true jc is look at the serial number on the pump and around the intake four loader bolt upraised material and they should match. I believe the jc intake starts with a h serial number.
    I'll have to go out later later this week-end and measure mine, I'll have both here on Sunday.
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    And if you got em both out and going to put one in definitly sand, deburr, smooth. It's the little stuff thta adds up plus you can be like some...."Ya ya I gots a detailed intake." ha ha . Its in the details.
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