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  • 07-21-2010, 10:19 PM
    Squirtin Thunder
    Here is a pic of mine for the '77 cj72 Sanger Custom Sprint Jet.


    This is a pic of the '76 cj72 Sanger Custom Sprint Jet rideplate
  • 07-21-2010, 01:43 PM
    boatinj
    I am about to change my factory Sanger Sprint Jet ride plate and it will be available if you're interested.. What year is the boat in question?
  • 07-15-2010, 11:35 AM
    sangnbang
    I found the stock Sanger ride plate to be way too short and doesnt really help with much. I put a longer ride plate on my 75 super and it gives more noticeable changes when only slightly adjusted, and yes they porpoise like crazy, the longer ride plate and a place diverter cured mine cuz i can shove the nose down when I need to at cruising (porpoising) speeds.
  • 07-14-2010, 11:25 PM
    jetboatperformance
    Quote Originally Posted by PonyFiveO View Post
    Thank you for the replys guys. I appreciate your offer Squirtin Thunder. I will let you know.

    In the mean time, what can I expect when driving it without the factory rideplate? Are the parts still readily available or would I need to fab my own?

    Thanks!
    Turn Buckles and hardware , are readily available on the ride plate you gotta "roll your own"
    heres a my other (ex) Sanger with hardware "attemps/expirements " to control the porpoise ..
  • 07-14-2010, 09:51 PM
    PonyFiveO
    Thank you for the replys guys. I appreciate your offer Squirtin Thunder. I will let you know.

    In the mean time, what can I expect when driving it without the factory rideplate? Are the parts still readily available or would I need to fab my own?

    Thanks!
  • 07-14-2010, 09:14 AM
    jetboatperformance
    Heres a couple pics that might help from a recent Sanger project we completed , more of other Sangers if yo need them ..


  • 07-14-2010, 03:47 AM
    Squirtin Thunder
    I have the template for the rideplates for the Sanger Super Jet, Custom Sprint and Mini Daycruiser with either the Sanger specific bolt up intake (up to '76)and the Sanger specific bolt down intakes ('77 and later). On my '76 Custom Sprint I used a 1/4" custom made shoe ans spaced down a separate rideplate to work with the boat. I am sure I have pics somewhere on here. I will have my wife find them tonight and post them.

    Just let me know and I can help you out.

    Thanks
    Jim
  • 07-13-2010, 11:00 PM
    76 Bonneville
    Not a real good pic, but you can see that you have the same mounting holes there next to the pump.
  • 07-13-2010, 10:47 PM
    PonyFiveO

    Sanger Superjet -Ride Plate?

    Howdy,

    Quick question for you Sanger gurus...

    Did all Sanger Superjets have factory rideplates?

    One that I am looking does not seem to have one. I understand that Sangers have a porpoising issue to begin with so if a Superjet is missing a ride plate then I imagine that the ride will be horrible. Any thoughts on this? Thanks!

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