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    whats the difference in pumps? is it just the bowls only? or are the other difference's?
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    Not being an expert, I would have to say the way they flow water, the way the veins are set up & how restrictive they are. I would think intakes are more or less the same not counting shoes ride plates etc. All intakes channel water to the impeller getting it out fast/faster is what I think makes pumps different. Suck and Blow
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    Slot check my post on the 1988 "performance boats" thread (jet info)

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    lets try this again. what is the difference in a jc & jg pump?.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slotracer View Post
    lets try this again. what is the difference in a jc & jg pump?.
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    The JC has a one piece bowl and the JG has a split bowl.

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    ok so the pumps themself's are the same, just the bowls are different then.
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    so which is concidered better one piece or split bowls

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    debatable by application, however the split bowl,or two piece, will allow you to run optional equipment, ie a droop snoot a straight snoot and or thrust angle changing wedges. and also a rooster booster which i beleive is out of production are some of the attachments that come to mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Project Bahner View Post
    so which is concidered better one piece or split bowls
    It has been sugested that the c bowl MAY flow a wee bit better. I went with a split bowl because a diverter was/is important to me.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by H20MOFO View Post
    It has been sugested that the c bowl MAY flow a wee bit better. I went with a split bowl because a diverter was/is important to me.....
    Edit: looks like johnray tree'd me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by H20MOFO View Post
    It has been sugested that the c bowl MAY flow a wee bit better. I went with a split bowl because a diverter was/is important to me.....
    you can put a diverter on a one piece bowl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by H20MOFO View Post
    It has been sugested that the c bowl MAY flow a wee bit better.
    If you look at the two, the c's veins go almost to the nozzle. with a g, because of the split the veins stop closer to the impeller. so what I have read is the water slows in that area and then re accelerates in the nozzle, killing a bit of efficiency.
    Ive always herd a c bowl is better to about 500hp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam View Post
    you can put a diverter on a one piece bowl.
    Hmmmmm I run a droop and a diverter, I didn't think either was possible with a stock c bowl. I could be wrong, but I sure can't picture it ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by H20MOFO View Post
    Hmmmmm I run a droop and a diverter, I didn't think either was possible with a stock c bowl. I could be wrong, but I sure can't picture it ...
    Droop no. Diverter yes

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