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WTB Bassett Stage 1 mufflers / Place Diverter for JG Berk

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    Default WTB Bassett Stage 1 mufflers / Place Diverter for JG Berk

    Hi everyone,

    Just bought my first jet boat ( 1979 Sunkisst ) and have a 468 BBC with bassett twistie's with no baffles.

    I was talking to some people and they said I better pick up a set or expect to get a noise violation ticket sometime soon.

    Let me know what you guys have and we can go from there but I am thinking the Stage 1 muffles will be the way to go. I am located in Michigan

    Thanks,
    Tim
    248-880-7505

    Also looking for a used working place diverter for a JG Berkley if anyone has
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    Bump... Still looking for some kind of Mufflers for my BBC Bassett Twisties

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    PM sent about the mufflers
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    Skippers, I am looking for a used set as the original Bassetts are the original 1980 set and will need to be replaced with something in the next couple of years.

    Storz, I received your PM and will get back to you shortly as I honestly was hoping for something that will tone the sound down alittle more then the low 90's decibels as the Bassett website advertise's

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