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    I bought a boat with a Jacuzzi Jet has diverter, question is do they make droop snouts for them? Also how do I tell what kind of bowl it has? New to Jet Boats.
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    post a pic of it and I'm sure you'll get more responces

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    Welcome , Theres several possibilties to consider if you have a YJ or WJ it could have an "energizer" kit and thus have A Place diverter or Turbine trim , If you have an original YJ i could have a limited production Jacuzzzi trim unit You may also simply have a WJ with an early or late Place diverter A photo would be very helpful as said earlier Tom

    ps Droops are available only to the WJ and tyhen with an Adaptor ring

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    I will get some pics up tomorrow thanks for the info. I know it has a Wedge in it not sure what degree.

    The Wedge can only go in a 12wj right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swain View Post
    I will get some pics up tomorrow thanks for the info. I know it has a Wedge in it not sure what degree.

    The Wedge can only go in a 12wj right?
    If it has a wedge it is most likely a WJ (unless its been "energized" ) Its still tough to say what diverter it is with out a pic Tom

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    pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swain View Post
    pics
    PICS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetboatperformance View Post
    PICS?

    From those pics I posted up can you tell what Jaccuzi model it is?

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    it is a wj, i believe that tom makes an adapter for it that will allow you to run a conventional droop. i'm sure he will wake up and post up soon.

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    that is a WJ

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    Thanks for the help guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swain View Post
    Thanks for the help guys.
    as said its an (unconverted) WJ (not energized) with a very early WJ Place diverter. If you were to use one of our Billet adaptors , to install a droop snoot or straight snoot , you would also need to "upgrade" the Place diverter trim as the early WJ/PD's were Jacuzzi specific (where they fit into the nozzle adaptor)
    Tom

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