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  1. #31
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    When I was looking at doing this to our Mojo, it was theoretically going to reduce my fill times for the rear 1100s from 11 minutes or so down to around 8.5 minutes or so. Nothing like the ballast kings or G6, but was still around 2-3 minutes faster.
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    How would it not cut it in half?

    I havenít read every thread detail....disclaimer.

    I have G6 on the new Makai and itís 6 minutes. Freaking sweet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dakota4ce View Post
    How would it not cut it in half?

    I haven’t read every thread detail....disclaimer.

    I have G6 on the new Makai and it’s 6 minutes. Freaking sweet.


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    90 gph difference wouldn't cut the fill times in half if you are still just using 3 pumps. I made the suggestion of looking at a faster pump as an alternative to installing a 3 more pumps for 2 pumps per bag. Yes, G6 is awesome!!!
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    Johnson = 12 gpm
    Jabsco = 11.3 gpm
    1100 lbs = 133 gal

    Fill time comes to about 40 seconds difference.

    Now, if you fill one sac at a time, you might come to a cumulative total of 2-3 (50% swing) faster. However, if you do like most and fill all ballast at the same time, the time savings can only be factored based on the largest sac. 1100# in this example, so 40 seconds.

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    Does any wake boat use qty 6 ballast King pumps?


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    Quote Originally Posted by larry_arizona View Post
    Does any wake boat use qty 6 ballast King pumps?


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    Mastercraft uses a 30GPM impeller pump, but not sure if its just one or two per sac.

  7. #37
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    Default Adding dual pumps per bag

    Thinking the 2018 SL might run a ballast king pump, according to the owners manual the SL fills faster than the SE,SA and SR.

    My SA has puppies.


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    2018 fill times



    2019 fill times

    Last edited by larry_arizona; 12-24-2018 at 05:01 PM.

  8. #38
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    Default Adding dual pumps per bag

    I am pretty sure theyíre regular pumps. But I was wrong one time in the 80s. Kings are FAST MAMA TRUCKERS. Big bad pumps.

    I threw a king helper pump in my SE and it sounds like a concrete pump running back there.


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    Last edited by dakota4ce; 12-24-2018 at 05:26 PM.

  9. #39
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    9 min fill time is fine with me, but I do like the real time adjustments while on the fly in autowake holding my setting.




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