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    Hey guys, im looking to get the pump in my boat rebuilt while my motor is out next month. I'd prefer to have it done in the boat, or with the shop doing the R&R, as i dont have any experience removing and replacing pumps Does anyone have a good rebuilder that near to the Southern California area? I live 20 miles north of Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley area. Thanks!

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    Marine Performance design (MPD) is located in Costa Mesa and has an extremely good reputation in the boating community. Good luck w/ your project.
    http://home.pacbell.net/jmcclure/

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    Try GS Marine. Greg is a good guy 951-272-6060
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    cyclone speed and marine is local but if your willing to drive mpd or g&s marine

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    G/S MARINE Greg will do a great job

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    Damn u guys are fast! Thanks! The boat has had a vibration around 3500rpm for as long as ive had the boat (3 years). Im assuming its the pump. I dont know if it needs a rebuild, but it cant hurt! The impeller looks dull, the skag is broken off, and it is leaking water into the boat through the mounting flange into the back of the boat (slow slow leak i noticed). I also need the grommet that seals where the cables pass through the pump into the transom, etc. REBUILD TIME! The bout runs 48mph GPS with 3 good sized guys on board, with a stock (except for performer intake) BBF 460. Does that sound about right for a 22' cruiser?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LSXINDUSTRIES View Post
    Damn u guys are fast! Thanks! The boat has had a vibration around 3500rpm for as long as ive had the boat (3 years). Im assuming its the pump. I dont know if it needs a rebuild, but it cant hurt! The impeller looks dull, the skag is broken off, and it is leaking water into the boat through the mounting flange into the back of the boat (slow slow leak i noticed). I also need the grommet that seals where the cables pass through the pump into the transom, etc. REBUILD TIME! The bout runs 48mph GPS with 3 good sized guys on board, with a stock (except for performer intake) BBF 460. Does that sound about right for a 22' cruiser?
    I'm assuming you have an E pump?
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    Its a berkley, i cant remember what model. It has a motorized place diverter, and i think from last time i looked at the top of the pump, the tag read that it has a A impeller. Turns 4400-4450 rpms @ 48-49 mph. The boat is a 1975, if that helps
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    Quote Originally Posted by fuelinmyveins82 View Post
    Marine Performance design (MPD) is located in Costa Mesa and has an extremely good reputation in the boating community. Good luck w/ your project.
    http://home.pacbell.net/jmcclure/
    That URL cracks me up every time i see it. If it was a geocities or angelfire address that would be even better..

    X2 on MPD, good guy, good shop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahiti Boss21 View Post
    I'm assuming you have an E pump?
    The '75s where 12JCs and 12JBs, the E pump did not come into play till the late '80s I believe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LSXINDUSTRIES View Post
    Does that sound about right for a 22' cruiser?
    How are you messuring it ? The Spectra20 was actually 21'. I think the next Spectra is a 23 which messures 24'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Squirtin Thunder View Post
    the E pump did not come into play till the late '80s I believe.
    mid 70's


    edit: my bad, are you talking about the spectras using them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squirtin Thunder View Post
    How are you messuring it ? The Spectra20 was actually 21'. I think the next Spectra is a 23 which messures 24'.
    How are you measuring?

    The Spectra 20 was 20'10"

    There was no Spectra 23.

    The Spectra 24 was 24' 6".

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    By the way, who said he had a Spectra or and E pump?

    He has neither.

    lsxindustries, do yourself a BIG favor and go to MPD. It's worth the drive.
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