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Postby rockchuckar » Thu Apr 23, 2015 3:15 pm

As promised here is the latest on our new 612 jet pump. After extensive testing in New Zealand the Scott 612 is now ready for full release into the North American market. The 612 is a 6.1 in , 2 stage jet pump built for the mini boat market using personal watercraft engines from 110- 300 hp. We have now finished testing it with the higher hp PWC engines such as the 1503 SC Rotax and the Kawasaki 300. We have seen excellent results with 55 -60 mph with the Rotax engine in an 11.5 ft. mini boat. The 612 is built to the same standards as the rest of our model line . This means it can be run hard while being abused all day long and will still get you back to the trailer in style. Unfortunately it does mean they are not cheap but you definitely get what you pay for with the 612. The 612 has stout aluminum cast , power coated externals with the inside having a 2250 SS main shaft , thick 316 SS impellers , AB2 bronze alloy stator and tungsten steel grate. It also comes with hydraulic reverse and hydraulic trim. Contact Schlagel Marine your North American Scott distributor for pricing and availability at 208-921-1214 or jefschlag@hotmail.com.
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Re: Scott 612

Postby wtxdragger » Fri Jan 15, 2016 7:38 am

Any more testing? Any performance numbers?

RPM and Torque windows?

Maybe a video or two. :Drink:
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Re: Scott 612

Postby Scottwaterjet » Tue Jan 19, 2016 7:51 pm

Hi we have done extensive testing with a wide range of engines both NA and forced induction and are continually developing new combinations, some of the PWC engines have been tested and we have run the jet up to 8800 RPM- performance with these engines is quite good the major draw back is the excessive engine noise created running higher in the rpm range especially at cruise our favoured engine choice at present is the Suzuki M series engines and our current test boat is running a turboed intercooled version which gives us great top end at 6000 rpm with a good cruise 3600- 4000 rpm which keeps the internal engine noise low.
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Re: Scott 612

Postby jetboatwanabe » Tue Jan 19, 2016 11:35 pm

Was wandering what the horsepower with that combo is and if you are going to offer it as a package?? for sale.
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sold MOTO-JET and starting new build CJC marine MINI 12 foot, getting wet soon but still paddling for now!
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Re: Scott 612

Postby rockchuckar » Wed Jan 20, 2016 8:52 am

Tom, I believe we have talked about those engines . They are used engines they get in New Zealand . I believe they are around 140HP N/A . If someone really wants one of them with our 612 we can surely make that happen. If anyone is interested give me a call at 208-921-1214.
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Re: Scott 612

Postby jetboatwanabe » Wed Jan 20, 2016 5:43 pm

Thanks sir I misunderstood the post, when I herd Suzuki I thought it was the 1400 used for small fiber glass jet boats, i don't put Suzuki and car engines together in my pee brain, my bad. thanks again :Scared: :bash:
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