300/440/550 ***ULTIMATE*** 440/550 picture thread

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Here are some pictures to start it off that i found on google.

























 

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cookn

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P3140056.jpg P3040057.jpg Lets see some motor pics, thats the best part. I have a piston port that is 1.5mm over,with a decked head,sbn 44 dual cooling and a factory half pipe. Im running the 550 pump with a 15.5 skat prop.
 

cookn

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P5150135.jpg P5150133.jpg P5150132.jpg This is my buddys 1978 440 that was bone stock when he got it, and it ran like a turd. The motor was in great shape tho. We put a cheap pipe on it and a sbn 44 off a stock superjet no jetting change, a skat prop that we think is a 14.5 pitch, advanced the timing and fixed some electrical demons. I had to replace the entire grounding system because it had melted. This thing runs amazing and is faster then my 550 top speed.
 
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Here's my toy, haven't done anything to the exterior, mods are in my signature, definetly a fun ski, and a lot more fun to ride than the 650 next to it, completely different feel handling wise, this is when I bought it. I got both skis the trailer and the stand for 1900 not bad I didn't think. Where in colorado you at?
 

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Thank you I love it so far, it's not that the 650 is lacking in power or anything, just the way it handles it's not as agile and to me it's more of a challenge to ride. The trailer is pretty nice i dont particularly care for the little bitty tires and wheels that most of those types of trailers have to me I think it really overworks the wheel bearings but for the 2 mile commute to the lake it works for now. The ski really is pretty clean for it's age, it's definetly been ridden but it needs some freshening up, a little paint etc. and some small fiberglass work on the bottom of the hull you can see where someone has hit something and poked a hole in it their patch job has chipped off in a few spots.
 
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I have a 78 js 440 I paid 375 cash for it and its got a westcoast exhaust, ride plate, and a k&n air filter on it, really clean under the hood and the hull is in great shape just needs some fresh paint, i'll post pics as soon as i get a chance
 
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stand up.jpg

The ski has the following:
Polished Alum handlepole
4 degree bars
Finger throttle
Primer setup
K&N flame arrestor
Billit Subplate
All billit pisser and bilge outlet
Bilge Pump
Engine with less than 20 hours on rebuild
Milled Head
Coffman's Climax Pipe
Westcoast Ride Plate
Westcoast Intake Great
Skat-Track 15.5 impeller
Matching paint, pads, handlebars aand grips
The list goes on....


 

N2 H2O

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88 Js550/650- 750 bottom end, 650 top end, milled head, westcoast pipe, sbn44, prok f/a, trigger throttle, 1/2" cooling, dual bilge pumps, umi pole limit strap, pole spring, primer, westcoast tank, hydroturf, 4* bars, quick steer, ocean pro rideplate, westcoast intake grate, 17* skat



88 Js550-jetsport head, dual cooling, bilge pump, k&n f/a, westcoast ride plate, westcoast intake grate, pole spring, hydroturf, 4* bars, quick steer, primer



90 Js550sx- milled head, coffman's half pipe, sbn44, R&d f/a, jetworks flow control valve, dual bilge pumps, pole spring, 0* bars, quick steer, odi grips, trigger throttle, primer, westcoast tank, hydroturf w/ lifter wedges, ocean pro rideplate, westcoast intake grate



85 Js550- 86' motor, bn44, milled head, mariner pipe, pole spring, trigger throttle, k&n f/a
 
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