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    Default bowl ???

    say ya have a570 lbs hull with 675 hp
    use for lake hot rod and some friendly drag race sometime
    what bowl would be ya choice for a berk pump?

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    I put a "G" on an E intake with loader droop and place diverter works good on 75 Taylor SJ

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    We recommend Dominator over 500 hp ..
    http://www.jetboatperformance.biz/pa...lit_bowls.html

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    sexy time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jetboatperformance View Post
    We recommend Dominator over 500 hp ..
    http://www.jetboatperformance.biz/pa...lit_bowls.html
    click on the link and shows the AMT bowl are they the same as the dominator?

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    What bowl do you have now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeF View Post
    What bowl do you have now?
    berk G that has some blend work and the frount side veins shaped like the AMT. almost seems like the work on it killed the take off

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    RLP the biggest difference (AT vs Dom ) with the bowls is wall thickness (strength) and OD measurement , the A/T bowl is a direct replacement bowl for Berk etc the Dom/Berk replacement works with setbacks or modified transom adapters Tom

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    Where are the pictures of the work done to your bowl?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeF View Post
    Where are the pictures of the work done to your bowl?
    x2 I'd be curious to see as well ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetboatperformance View Post
    x2 I'd be curious to see as well ?
    would have to take it off to get pics
    was not done by a rookie tho.
    just was wanting to see what the bowl of choice was

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    Which pro was it?

    Can't imagine what was done to damage your holeshot?

    The Berkeley bowl is fine for you application, no real "need" for any other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RLP View Post
    berk G that has some blend work and the frount side veins shaped like the AMT. almost seems like the work on it killed the take off
    an inducer might help the boat leave better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuelinmyveins82 View Post
    an inducer might help the boat leave better.
    has the DPS inducer

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