The Rotor Housing reduces entry of lines and debris which wind up around a propeller. The entrance design prevents this from happening. The design also allows for the service of the drive train as it would be with a standard propeller. Typically, objects larger than a golf ball cannot enter the Pump Jet.
The Rotor is designed to move water through the pump. Most debris can be flushed out of the Pump Jet by cycling the motor into forward and reverse. The rotor has a standard rubber hub installed for shock reduction. Removal and replacement of the rubber hub is similar to a standard propeller.
The Stator Housing is designed to produce a water jet-like nozzle. A series of fixed blades are used to counter the rotation of the water coming off of the rotor, maximizing thrust. The Stator screws with lock washers should be tightened to 100 in-lb of torque.
CAUTION: Your Motor model is equipped with a "SHALLOW WATER TILT POSITION" which should be engaged to avoid or reduce having the Gear Case dragging on the bottom.
Gear Case and motor damage may occur if the GC is allowed to drag on the waterway bottom.
USE CAUTION WHEN OPERATING IN SHALLOW WATER AND ALWAYS ENGAGE THE "SHALLOW WATER TILT POSITION."
DESIGN & ORIENTATION
Increase in Thrust
Efficient & Techno-Advanced
RELIABILITY & SERVICE
Built on Production Gear Case
Equal Fuel Consumption To Propeller
PERFORMANCE & APPLICATIONS
Superior Steering & Handling
Swift Water Rescue
Divers, Swimmers, Wildlife