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    06-17-2017, 08:40 AM
    Like Kreg was saying, how the pump is set up also is taken into consideration. A lot of people think that the pump all the way up will give you top speed. In my 21' cruiser, that was the case. The higher the bow rose, the faster she would run. The angle of your pump and nozzle may be different from mine. You might have to play with trim to see where you are. If your trim is all the way up and it's actually pushing the stern down, you're losing speed. Or maybe yours isn't trimming enough. Might need to put some wedge into it. Some of the drag boat guys trim to 3/4 to get the right trim. But then a lot of them are running wedges and droops. But as long as you're having fun with it!!!
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    06-17-2017, 08:30 AM
    If you pay close attention to detail, you can do it yourself. Just make sure that you gap the impeller and wear ring correctly. Other than that, it's straight forward. That being said, I had Tommy at JBP do the one in my Eliminator just because I didn't trust myself.
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