Originally Posted by pressman
These are the best i have!!
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So, based on what I can see(and pure conjecture):-
If you want a single jet you'd need a flat on the keel towards the stern (like a planing pad) to mount the intake-or twin jets a la Pressman?
I'm guessing but twin jets like that should suck downwards less than a single jet with the same output due to being mounted at an angle?
Would splitting the intake of a single jet to either side of a deep V hull mean a noticeable decrease in efficiency and would it be feasable to do this and still keep the impeller below the waterline?? Obviously it'd cause some loss of power- everything's more efficient if it only goes in a straight line...
I'm assuming you have to have the impeller below the waterline at rest to at least some degree to get it to pick up water properly?
Am I making sense?
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