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    What model Berkeley does this look like? I haven't seen one like this before, it looks like it has been cut on the bottom flange? The guy who is selling it says it is a 12JG. Thanks.
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    What does the tag say? It does look kinda stubby??
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    I don't know what it says, I sent the guy a message and he hasn't got back to me yet.

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    ...looks like someone had it on a 5 degree intake, at least that is how my SH is, but I cut the front as well.
    I could be wrong though.

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    Sorry Johnny nothin special (but worth $) its a 12jc/g etc suction someone's cut the rear corners off for the setback .. Tom

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    That looks like a standard 12J C JG suction housing that was used on a set back intake set up. You can see the silicone line where the transom plates may have been located. The aft corners have also been cut off. Legend Jet had this same cut on their suction housings to facilitate some deep transome adapters on a partial set back. It should work ok on a standard intake adapter. Jim

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    Tom, we must have been typing that reply at the same time LOL Jim

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    Thanks for the replies.

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    Someone recently told me that kind of cut was to match a certain brand of aftermarket intake, I can't remember the brand though. Anyone know?

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    super jet ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Performance Jet View Post
    Tom, we must have been typing that reply at the same time LOL Jim

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    Default Pump model

    That is an E or F pump suction housing not an G pump. You can tell that is a insert pump from the transom line, left on the pump.

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    I've always wondered why they cut the corners? seams like your just weaking the seal clamp force..

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    Quote Originally Posted by PDC101 View Post
    That is an E or F pump suction housing not an G pump. You can tell that is a insert pump from the transom line, left on the pump.

    You are kidding right?
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