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Small Engine Intake Suction Housing

Postby No Worries » Thu Feb 26, 2015 6:18 pm

Exciting new product coming from Pacific Powertrain. More information will be coming soon. Please contact us with any questions! http://www.pacificpowertraininc.com
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Re: Small Engine Intake Suction Housing

Postby markh2000 » Thu Feb 26, 2015 9:40 pm

This intake will make it easy for all our OEM boat builders contemplating installing the new SeaDoo motor/pump package in their boats. And they are available for retail sales to all of you as well.
There will be more new and innovative improvements to this small engine intake that fits most of the current PWC engine/pump combinations, 2004 and newer.

And, ...we are working on a new small engine and pump option as well!
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Re: Small Engine Intake Suction Housing

Postby jetboatwanabe » Fri Feb 27, 2015 10:46 pm

Ok not fair teasing what new engine pump combo. waiting in pins and needle's here as I can't decide on engine and pump combo for new project and driving me crazy. no comment :Laugh1: spud Rider :bash: :Drink:
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Re: Small Engine Intake Suction Housing

Postby markh2000 » Sat Feb 28, 2015 12:13 am

Do you want a hint??
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Re: Small Engine Intake Suction Housing

Postby jetboatwanabe » Sat Feb 28, 2015 9:26 pm

markh2000 wrote:Do you want a hint??






well if I ask nice maybe??? Yes sir I do :bash: :Drink:
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Re: Small Engine Intake Suction Housing

Postby markh2000 » Sun Mar 01, 2015 2:39 pm

We, (Marine Power and PPI) are looking at the new 2.0 liter Gen V Ecotec engine GM puts in the Cadillac ATS and other vehicles as a base to marinized and offer to our boat builders looking for a smaller foot print, lighter and more fuel efficient engine option. This engine would be a good option for the smaller boat builders that want the power to run a conventional pump...
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Re: Small Engine Intake Suction Housing

Postby jetboatwanabe » Sun Mar 01, 2015 4:27 pm

I have been researching the 2.0 lsj as suggested by AlexC in his build. do you know if this is the same base engine that came from cobalt.SC and SS Turbo?? I will have to start diging, thanks for the heads UP and any more info as it comes to you will be appreciated by me. :bash: :Drink:

opps read more of the specks and it is a new engine!! :Scared:
you have to love those TORUQE #s turbos are great :Drop:
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Re: Small Engine Intake Suction Housing

Postby markh2000 » Sun Mar 01, 2015 9:11 pm

We will use a supercharger like the one used on the older LSJ engine. The new engine runs a lot quieter. I went for a ride in the new Polaris Slingshot a few days ago, it is powered with the new version Ecotec 2.4 liter, also ran very smooth and quiet...
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Re: Small Engine Intake Suction Housing

Postby broncobran68 » Mon Mar 02, 2015 9:47 pm

Anybody own one of these? Will they flow enough water to support 200+hp?
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Re: Small Engine Intake Suction Housing

Postby markh2000 » Tue Mar 03, 2015 9:33 am

These intake/suction housing units we are building are being used on PWC engines up to 260HP Doug Riddle has (4) boats just completed at his shop, with Yamaha, Kawasaki and SeaDoo engines, all over 200 HP. And many more built in the last couple years. Many others are using them as well.
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Re: Small Engine Intake Suction Housing

Postby markh2000 » Tue Mar 03, 2015 10:12 am

NOTE to all interested parties: Our intakes were designed for 2004 and newer PWC engine/pump models with 185 or more HP. Older or smaller HP models may need modification to the shaft seal/bearing and/or the pump adaptor plate. Call in with your particular engine/pump information to ensure proper fit up. The intake suction housings shown in our brochure pages above are for MOST 2004 and newer PWC engines 185+ HP. We have become aware of some engine/pump combinations having longer drive shafts which require a modification as well. Do to the large selection of PWC's out there, along with the SeaDoo & Yamaha boats that sometimes become donars, it is a good idea for us to talk and compare dimensions before a sale is made. We want the fit up to be perfect and will work with everyone to make sure it is.
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Re: Small Engine Intake Suction Housing

Postby jetboatwanabe » Sun Mar 29, 2015 12:00 am

markh2000 wrote:This intake will make it easy for all our OEM boat builders contemplating installing the new SeaDoo motor/pump package in their boats. And they are available for retail sales to all of you as well.
There will be more new and innovative improvements to this small engine intake that fits most of the current PWC engine/pump combinations, 2004 and newer.

And, ...we are working on a new small engine and pump option as well!
Keep tuned to our Pacific Powertrain sponsor page!



Was just wandering if you had any new info on either of these combos??? and if you had a pump in mind that you were trying to match to the caddy?? if you have any guess on prices yet just ball parking, please pm me if you do. thanks :bash: :Drink:
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Re: Small Engine Intake Suction Housing

Postby jetboatwanabe » Sat Aug 15, 2015 6:49 pm

jetboatwanabe wrote:
markh2000 wrote:This intake will make it easy for all our OEM boat builders contemplating installing the new SeaDoo motor/pump package in their boats. And they are available for retail sales to all of you as well.
There will be more new and innovative improvements to this small engine intake that fits most of the current PWC engine/pump combinations, 2004 and newer.

And, ...we are working on a new small engine and pump option as well!
Keep tuned to our Pacific Powertrain sponsor page!



Was just wandering if you had any new info on either of these combos??? and if you had a pump in mind that you were trying to match to the caddy?? if you have any guess on prices yet just ball parking, please pm me if you do. thanks :bash: :Drink:




any up dates?? :bash: :Drink1:
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