Berkeley JG lake race pump complete
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    Default Berkeley JG lake race pump complete

    Package includes the following:
    -Berkeley JG split bowl pump
    -Fully race ported by Extrude-Hone, polished and flowed bowl
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    -AB billet aluminum (not cast) 5-axis CNC impeller, hard anodized
    -shouldered bronze wear ring
    -ported Dominator droop snoot
    -hydraulic diverter/steering nozzle with custom wing plates, hydraulic pump,
    wiring, switches, hoses, and replaceable nozzle inserts.
    -full ride-plate, shoe, and yoke
    -full-open loader scoop
    -double-drilled 1/2" nylon wedge
    -double drilled bowl and droop

    Not included: intake, transom housing

    Pump has been wet 5 times since being built - VERY TIGHT. Scratches on reverse
    bucket, and on suction housing where silicone was removed. $2500 + shipping.

    John
    (817)307-4138
    Last edited by ccando; 01-17-2016 at 09:39 PM.

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    What is a double shoulder wear ring? Where is the second shoulder ?

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    Sorry - typo. Shouldered bronze wear ring with teflon seal.

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    Ok well I'm interested in the pump any pics of the impeller..
    what is the cut ?
    What rpm did you spin it to and what hp did you run ?

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    Motor was a 468 11:1 solid roller tunnel ram deal, which turned the pump 5900-6000. We didn't dyno the motor, but should be 550hp range - maybe a little more. Impellor was turned to a B+ as I recall. I can roll it over and take a picture of the impellor if you like.
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    Ya that would be great

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    Found the fiberglass transom plates so they go with it also.

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    bump

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    Bump

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    Is the shaft stock or severe duty?

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    Stock shaft. I also have a full Lightning rail kit with belhousing, motor mounts, blocks, if anybody is interested. It is anodized gold in like new condition.

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    Default Lightning rail kit

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    What is this worth?
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    whats price for the rail kit and what was it in, bbc right. damn just bought a pump. call if you can (951) 746 0781 Richard thanks.
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