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    Default Ok boys, what do I have here

    We bought this bowl years ago and are not sure what it is..... Any thoughts?
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    At the end of the day do u really wanna be seen driving a wacker?

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    Looks like an antique Dominator bowl, has 10 1/4" bolt centers, same as Berkeley. You can machine the nozzle end open to make it work a little better. Water lubed bowl bearings.
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    Great , thanks.
    At the end of the day do u really wanna be seen driving a wacker?

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    Any chance it might be a bowl off of a bayjet pump? I had one very similar to that on a parts boat I bought once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 91foxbody View Post
    Any chance it might be a bowl off of a bayjet pump? I had one very similar to that on a parts boat I bought once.
    My good friend Tom @ JBP was thinking it's a Bayjet bowl also, I could be wrong. After 24 years of dealing with jets, I've still never ran across a Bayjet, so not sure what they look like.
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    It is a Bay Jet. I have a complete one just like it.

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    Bay Jets manufacture was very short lived and their production numbers fairly small , they are remarkably close in many aspects (suctions and some other pieces) and some Berkeley partys and pieces can be made to work , the Bayjet intake which has a similar bolt pattern and footprint to Berkeley) is a decent piece and can be reworked to provide a pretty good piece , Their bowl was an absolute disaster IMO , merely swapping a Berkeley bowl to a Bayjet will guarantee some performance gains ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetboatperformance View Post
    Bay Jets manufacture was very short lived and their production numbers fairly small , they are remarkably close in many aspects (suctions and some other pieces) and some Berkeley partys and pieces can be made to work , the Bayjet intake which has a similar bolt pattern and footprint to Berkeley) is a decent piece and can be reworked to provide a pretty good piece , Their bowl was an absolute disaster IMO , merely swapping a Berkeley bowl to a Bayjet will guarantee some performance gains ...
    Tom, In your opinion who makes the best bowl "out of the box" right now u can purchase?
    you can PM me if it causes to much conflict.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Recycle Performance View Post
    My good friend Tom @ JBP was thinking it's a Bayjet bowl also, I could be wrong. After 24 years of dealing with jets, I've still never ran across a Bayjet, so not sure what they look like.
    This pump started life as a Bayjet
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    Quote Originally Posted by 76 Hondo View Post
    This pump started life as a Bayjet
    Very nice ride you got there...Sir! Really clean

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    Quote Originally Posted by PS&B1 View Post
    Very nice ride you got there...Sir! Really clean
    Thank You, been my pride and joy for 35 years

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    Quote Originally Posted by 76 Hondo View Post
    Thank You, been my pride and joy for 35 years
    you were right behind me in line at the Cp deal, The way the line was moving, I couldn't really check it out.... Plus you truck was in the way. Lol I actually thought it was a Flattie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 76 Hondo View Post
    This pump started life as a Bayjet
    This boat is one of the cleanest I've seen around Lost lake.
    Boat 405.

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    Quote Originally Posted by widowmaker View Post
    This boat is one of the cleanest I've seen around Lost lake.
    Coming from a guy who is around the cleanest and fastest boats in the country, I take that's a great compliment.

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