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Topic Review (Newest First)

  • 10-16-2012, 07:51 AM
    Led
    I think my next build may include the juice, Ego your rig is nice, great job on it, even got u a work over...worth every dime. Great Job
  • 10-16-2012, 04:22 AM
    Alter Ego
    Works great, when I set my fuel psi, it is coming out the end of the hose as soon as I hit the button. I had a 2-stage kit in my last boat and the metal lines were 6" long, the fuel line on this one is only 12" from the carb, and the nos is 18". I was worried about fuel gettin there late and burnin the engine, but the fuel is closer to the plate than the nos, not that 1200psi wouldn't make it get there first anyways. I have two guys around here that run similar setups, one has for as long as I have known his boat which is over 10 yrs. By seat of the pants it is identical hit as when they were both mounted up by the carb. I just like it a lot better this way because it looks a lot cleaner and you can hide a lot more! I wouldn't think that my lines are much longer than some of the fogger kits, I would venture to say most of those lines are 8-10" from the solenoid to the jet.
  • 10-15-2012, 08:50 PM
    fordjet

    hows that work out with your solenoids mounted that far away from your carb?
  • 09-09-2012, 11:44 AM
    hotbo
    Quote Originally Posted by Alter Ego View Post
    Had a great day yesterday at the Jet boat Junkies deal, got my crazy lil wildman out and chased him around the pavilion about a thousand times, the weather was right, water was perfect, changed carb jets before we left the house, sprayed only 150 to make sure everything was gonna be fine, had to put the diverter in the top notch to get it to lift, but it all worked out. Boat ran 102 on spray, i was tickled. may go ahead and throw a 250 in it before i put it to bed for the winter just to see what itll do then!

    excellent turd!!

    glad to hear it
  • 09-09-2012, 07:09 AM
    Alter Ego
    Had a great day yesterday at the Jet boat Junkies deal, got my crazy lil wildman out and chased him around the pavilion about a thousand times, the weather was right, water was perfect, changed carb jets before we left the house, sprayed only 150 to make sure everything was gonna be fine, had to put the diverter in the top notch to get it to lift, but it all worked out. Boat ran 102 on spray, i was tickled. may go ahead and throw a 250 in it before i put it to bed for the winter just to see what itll do then!
  • 08-17-2012, 02:58 PM
    motor head
    Don't feel bad I did the same thing with my Mallory 350gph pump that has a regulator on it. I hade to add a regulator
  • 08-17-2012, 12:12 PM
    Alter Ego
    Well... Yes its all done. Dropping psi back on the motor pump and its having an issue cavitating, called Quickfuel, they tell me my pump needs to be mounted below the tanks, and that the regulator on it isn't to regulate the at carb psi. Told me I'm prolly starving the motor for fuel, and that regulator is for the bypass that I'm not using. Idk what the hell I'm gonna do now. If I go to a manual pump, I have to change quite a bit of plumbing. All this after I talked to another tech guy before I bought the damn pump. Not sure what my next move is at this time. Dang sure not gonna spray it til I figure it out and make sure I always have plenty of fuel to the carb
  • 08-17-2012, 08:52 AM
    Widetrack
    Josh, Are you all plumbed up now?
  • 08-13-2012, 12:19 PM
    TNYoungblood
    Looks KILLER Josh

    And thanks for the help on gettin this top gone for me
  • 08-13-2012, 08:57 AM
    Widetrack
    Looks good Josh!

    That is powder coating!
  • 08-13-2012, 07:40 AM
    Desperado
    very clean set up . Is the purple on the flywheel cover and rails powder coat or anodizing. Thanks
  • 08-13-2012, 05:39 AM
    Alter Ego
    Its all done except the main feed line from tank to T. Looks pretty clean still, can't see the parts just walking around the boat. Gonna be another pretty weekend, so I'll definately make a degray trip saturday.
  • 08-08-2012, 06:45 AM
    Alter Ego
    Quote Originally Posted by Widetrack View Post
    NX offers a 5# chart and you would have to set the jets up different! As MotorHead said larger fuel jets! They even have 45-50# charts too!
    I think I remember seeing those jet charts on their website. I called when I first bought the red and white boat and made sure I had the correct jet chart and they told me I did. I'll just run it the way it currently says, may drop it to 9 psi but I am not tweakin for thousands of a second, just wanna go a lil faster lol. Besides I already have about 30 jets for this setup and new ones are like 10 bucks each.
  • 08-08-2012, 05:31 AM
    Widetrack
    NX offers a 5# chart and you would have to set the jets up different! As MotorHead said larger fuel jets! They even have 45-50# charts too!
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