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    Default Jet on a prop tunnel?

    Recently I noticed some boats getting set up with a jet unit on a high tunnel for a prop?
    The jets were set up at the top of tunnel.
    These boats were 16 - 20 feet open boat w/ semi V.
    Anyone know how this setup works????

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    Thumbs down horribly...

    friend bought one new from reed's, had it less than a year and couldn't wait to get rid of it. Even tried to take it back on lemon law kind of deal, no luck, nor empathy.
    "It is what it is" ~ direct quote from owner of Reeds. Yet they still sell them that way...

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    Default Not suprised

    Those were the boats I saw set up at the carlson center last weekend. Everything I have read to date about tunnel set up is pretty specific about what works and what dont.
    Dick Stalman will answer any questions about jet setup.
    I could expect a weird setup from a private party that didnt know any better, but from a dealer, shamefull, to say the least.
    Anyone out there personally tried this setup?

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    My buddy got that setup from reeds also. The boat performance was terrible. The response was the same that fishnhuntrs buddy got. Don't do it!

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