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    Default good shop to rebiuld pump in the northbay

    I am new to the jet boat sickness and was wondering who you guys recommend for a good quality shop in the North bay area to rebuild my Berkeley 12JG pump.

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    Jim at Performance Jet rebuilt my JG a month or so ago. He really knows his stuff, very cool guy, and fair prices.
    Performance Jet - Sebastopol, California

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    Thanks, Ill give him a call.

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    If you want a performance pump i think mpd in so-cal is one of the best...

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    Precision craft marine (707) 864-0332
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    Precision Pump Works, he's in Manteca, 408 394 5196
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    Performance Jet - Sebastopol, California did my pump in a jet boat I had several years ago and the boat ran 100 with a 540 in it on the GPS, and the pump worked awesome, but I finally lost my puppy balls and bought a flatbottom. The jet boat was faster and very stable, but it didn't make your butthole grab ahold of the seat (applying the booty lock) and the flatty does it every time. CP Performance in Rohnert Park is the Berkley distributor but I am not sure if they do them or not, however they may be able to steer you to the best man for the job depending on what it is you are after. Good luck!
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    Ya I am in CP performance at least a couple times a week!!!. I just bought this boat in july (19' hallett sprint deck) and although it runs good I am only getting 55mph at 5200RPM top speed out of it. Motor is a 460BBF with twin 600 holley's and high rise tunnel ram with OTT Bassett headers. Unfortunately I dont know any horspower numbers but it seems at that rpm I should be getting more speed, so I am thinking possible pump rebuild.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 78hallett View Post
    Ya I am in CP performance at least a couple times a week!!!. I just bought this boat in july (19' hallett sprint deck) and although it runs good I am only getting 55mph at 5200RPM top speed out of it. Motor is a 460BBF with twin 600 holley's and high rise tunnel ram with OTT Bassett headers. Unfortunately I dont know any horspower numbers but it seems at that rpm I should be getting more speed, so I am thinking possible pump rebuild.
    yes you should be goin faster=i am running a southwind 18 ft with a bbf single 850 demon with aluminium heads tachin 5200 with a stock split bowl running droop and loader and hitting 77mph with an a impellar

    precession pump in manteca did my pump in my other boat
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    Yep sounds like a rebuild. Any idea what a pump rebuild with impeller replacement costs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanger Flatbottom View Post
    Performance Jet - Sebastopol, California did my pump in a jet boat I had several years ago and the boat ran 100 with a 540 in it on the GPS, and the pump worked awesome, but I finally lost my puppy balls and bought a flatbottom. The jet boat was faster and very stable, but it didn't make your butthole grab ahold of the seat (applying the booty lock) and the flatty does it every time. CP Performance in Rohnert Park is the Berkley distributor but I am not sure if they do them or not, however they may be able to steer you to the best man for the job depending on what it is you are after. Good luck!
    Jim at performance jet does some great work. He did mine! I am hitting high 70s with a stock 460 in my Bahner and his pump. I gained some mph.

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    Well I finally got around to getting the pump rebuilt. Talked to Jim at performance Jet, super nice guy and very knowledgeable. Stage two rebuild starts on Wednesday Thanks for all the suggestions guys.

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    you know that if yours is faster than mine after the pump rebuild its gunna cost me more money cuz i cant let you beat me houseboating this summer lol. im thinking maybe some NOS

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    Jim Coffey @Performance Jet is a great Guy. He's the man u wanna see for pump work.

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