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Old 07-03-2007, 01:20 PM
honda400ex2 honda400ex2 is offline
 
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Personal Watercraft jet conversion to boat

Hi all,

I live in central Minnesota along the Mississippi River with lots of shallow water and I was thinking about putting a jet motor from a Personal Watercraft / Jet Ski into a small 14' aluminum boat that I have. I have not really found to much on this on the internet, but I believe that some one has done this type of conversion. If any one has done this or seen this on the internet, some insight would be great.
Thanks alot
Tim
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Old 07-03-2007, 11:56 PM
SaltOntheBrain SaltOntheBrain is offline
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JetJon

There's a site(It has recently changed hands, though) called JetJon. Forums about that. It used to be fairly lively, but the last time I checked, it was pretty slow.

Google JetFish. It's the name if the previous owner's homebuilt boat with PWC power.

That's as helpful as I can be.

Lance.
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