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    Default Place Diverter Performance Nozzle Housing

    Anyone running this piece? Thinking about upgrading to this, as my old nozzle housing has a lot of wear on the inside where the o-ring is supposed to seal to prevent water blow-by. Is it a noticeable difference in thrust/top end? Also, the description states, "it has 3.5 degrees of built-in lift" Would this be the same as adding a 3.5 degree nozzle wedge? Thanks!
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    We Sell and Use these in our build and projects regularly , Very Good Product !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonzen View Post
    ....Also, the description states, "it has 3.5 degrees of built-in lift" Would this be the same as adding a 3.5 degree nozzle wedge? Thanks!
    Yes, basically the same...



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    Very nice piece. I use them on a lot of builds I do.

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    I guess I'll be the one who asks what are you running ??? Boat .. Intake ? Hp ? All relevant

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    Or you can roll some teflon tape around the slot then install the nylon ring. That should eliminate the slop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tbscustoms View Post
    I guess I'll be the one who asks what are you running ??? Boat .. Intake ? Hp ? All relevant
    It's a pretty heavy 21' with a fairly fresh Berk 12JG that Tom did about 2 seasons ago. Motor is approx. 375-400hp BBC. Revvs to around 4800rpm with an aluminum A. Stock Place Diverter nozzle with hydraulic ram. Stock rock grate fyi...I don't trust loaders lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonzen View Post
    It's a pretty heavy 21' with a fairly fresh Berk 12JG that Tom did about 2 seasons ago. Motor is approx. 375-400hp BBC. Revvs to around 4800rpm with an aluminum A. Stock Place Diverter nozzle with hydraulic ram. Stock rock grate fyi...I don't trust loaders lol.
    You boat may like that nozzle , certainly worth the experiment, the good news about bolt ons like the HP is that theres always a market for the resale if that have other than a positive effect Tom

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    I'd try a droop first it will help by lowering that thrust angle

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    An HPH is more than a "wedge" and nozzle adaptor, along with its 3.5 pin angle it is a Mini droop includes A "drop" of a 1/2 inch , good place to start on a big boat

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    Tom, do you need a steering extension with this part? It looks noticeably longer than my current nozzle housing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonzen View Post
    Tom, do you need a steering extension with this part? It looks noticeably longer than my current nozzle housing.
    Theres generally enough adjustment in your steer tube and rack to compensate for the small difference in length vs a standard housing

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetboatperformance View Post
    Theres generally enough adjustment in your steer tube and rack to compensate for the small difference in length vs a standard housing
    So you just adjust the jam nuts on the steering tube where it goes through the rear transom?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonzen View Post
    So you just adjust the jam nuts on the steering tube where it goes through the rear transom?
    That may be all you need

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