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    Want to be sure what intake this is. Number stamped is 1034-c.....or it may be 1034-0. Is it a Aggressor 4* or 5* . Any help appreciated.
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    Rick,

    Throw an inclinometer on it and find out....................

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    An inclinawhat ?

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    An inclinometer or clinometer is an instrument for measuring angles of slope (or
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    aggressors low profile intake 5 degree looks very different from what you have shown in this picture. I'm guessing that is a standard 4 degree intake.
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    Rick that intake Is an oddball, that is not aggressors standard low profile, the standard low profile by aggsr is a copy of the miersch. That looks lower than a 4 degree berk but higher than a 5 degree low profile like miersch or Mpd makes.

    You need a pop off Rick.

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    You can measure what the intake is installed at, measuring the degree of the intake itself is hard to do when it's installed in the boat

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpjet View Post
    Want to be sure what intake this is. Number stamped is 1034-c.....or it may be 1034-0. Is it a Aggressor 4* or 5* . Any help appreciated.
    Looks like Dave's Standard 4°, unfortunately the casting number doesn't reference over to any of the part numbers in our old Aggressor Parts Catalog, but i was able to dig out this picture from our Allusion Tunnel build years ago. I remember one of the nice feature of that intake was that the sides were filled in at the back between the between the mounting flanges for set back installs and machined for drain plugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cs19 View Post
    Rick that intake Is an oddball, that is not aggressors standard low profile, the standard low profile by aggsr is a copy of the miersch. That looks lower than a 4 degree berk but higher than a 5 degree low profile like miersch or Mpd makes.

    You need a pop off Rick.
    Yea , I really do.......gotta work some overtime first, but I feel like I'll be giving you a call about one soon. If I can get this boat to get out of it's own way I'm really gonna need one.
    I added .125 shoe today & water pressure only went up 5lbs . Getting 40lbs from top of intake. Added additional .090 after that & it only went up about 2 pounds to 42. And thats on the big end on the motor turning 6000 rpms . Had other issues pop up & had to call it a day.
    With one of the borrowed loaders out of "Usual Suspect" , the boat seems to load harder but when it launches it leaves flat but jumps out of the water for a split second & zings the pump . Thought about putting my other loader back in with the blocker & leave the added shoe & see how it responds..........I'm thru for a week , gotta start 12 hour graveyards tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    Looks like Dave's Standard 4°, unfortunately the casting number doesn't reference over to any of the part numbers in our old Aggressor Parts Catalog, but i was able to dig out this picture from our Allusion Tunnel build years ago. I remember one of the nice feature of that intake was that the sides were filled in at the back between the between the mounting flanges for set back installs and machined for drain plugs.
    The one I have is machined for the drain plugs.

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