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    I was wondering if anyone had pictures of an energized yj with a set back. I'm building an aluminum jet boat using my donor boat, 502ci and energized yj. Just wanted to see what the pump would look like and how it would perform with cleanout behind transom thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jgarrett.construction View Post
    I was wondering if anyone had pictures of an energized yj with a set back. I'm building an aluminum jet boat using my donor boat, 502ci and energized yj. Just wanted to see what the pump would look like and how it would perform with cleanout behind transom thanks
    We've done pretty much every jet swap switch and setback combination one might think of but not a setback YJ , suspect that due in part to the enormous cleanout and standard YJ suction design that this would require a lot of engineering (bracing etc) at the transom Likley is it would be more successful in an aluminum hull than glass You might consider obtaining and employing a YJ Golden Eagle suction instead of the 12yj its a transom mount suction/intake , most all your energizer parts will swap into it with the exception of a couple small parts and it (the was designed to be mounted in this fashion ... below is a GE suction just removed to swap for a Berkeley



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    Ok dang that's what I was wondering really want cleanout outside since I run a shallow gravel base river. But my energized yj has basically no hours on it so I just wanted to use as is. Thanks, I can weld aluminum braces up easy just wondering if it's worth it to have intake further back, ps I'm planing on machining a ride plate and shoe

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    This is my empty hull and pictures of my buddies berk
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    Using a GE suction (and your existing parts) you would have exactly what your looking for and trying to accomplish Tom

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