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    Re: Kawasaki 650 - 800 Aluminum Engine Cradles

    Quote Originally Posted by jetskihaven
    *****TECH NEWS*****

    THESE ARE MADE FROM 6061-T6 ALUMINUM STOCK.
    This is what most marine race boat aluminum parts are made out of.

    Thanks,
    I would like to say that there maybe some engineering changes made to this part to insure the absolute best in service and integrety of the engine cradle. I am warranting these so I do not want any problems.

    I also should have mentioned that I am having some fiberglass parts made for the X2. This is the first one that needed a small change and it will be available soon for $200.00 + s/h.
    The steering / console trim piece.

    email me at john@jetskihaven.com if you want me to notify you when these come available.
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    Last edited by jetskihaven; 12-08-2007 at 11:09 PM.
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    Re: Kawasaki 650 - 800 Aluminum Engine Cradles

    Quote Originally Posted by jetskihaven
    Quote Originally Posted by willycrumb
    Does one of these make it possible to put a 800SXR motor into a JS550 hull?
    No it will not work in a 550 hull.
    If you want me to contact you I will be building a cradle for the 440/550 hull that you will be able to mount both the 440/550 engine or any of the 650 - 800 engines.
    To be put on the list send me an email to john@jetskihaven.com
    Thanks,
    Are you going to use an adapter plate ??
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    Re: Kawasaki 650 - 800 Aluminum Engine Cradles

    Quote Originally Posted by Maico
    Quote Originally Posted by jetskihaven
    Quote Originally Posted by willycrumb
    Does one of these make it possible to put a 800SXR motor into a JS550 hull?
    No it will not work in a 550 hull.
    If you want me to contact you I will be building a cradle for the 440/550 hull that you will be able to mount both the 440/550 engine or any of the 650 - 800 engines.
    To be put on the list send me an email to john@jetskihaven.com
    Thanks,
    Are you going to use an adapter plate ??
    No, if I go ahead and do it, the engine cradle will be one cradle that will take both the old and new style engine set-up.
    I think it would be cheaper for me and for the customer to not have to buy two seperate parts to get what he is looking for. The adaptor plates are +/- $100.00 why not spend $150.00 or so for the Engine Cradle with a built in adaptor and save $100.00.
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    A Kawasaki 440 monster build http://www.pwctoday.com/showthread.php?t=143725

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    Re: Kawasaki 650 - 800 Aluminum Engine Cradles

    That's the reason I asked. Will the built in adapter be removeable??
    "Taste like chicken....keep on lickin',
    Taste like trout...throw it out!"
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    Re: Kawasaki 650 - 800 Aluminum Engine Cradles

    Cool! great to see this stuff being produced. I appreciate the effort.


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    Re: Kawasaki 650 - 800 Aluminum Engine Cradles

    Quote Originally Posted by jetskihaven
    Quote Originally Posted by jetskihaven
    *****TECH NEWS*****

    THESE ARE MADE FROM 6061-T6 ALUMINUM STOCK.
    This is what most marine race boat aluminum parts are made out of.

    Thanks,
    I would like to say that there maybe some engineering changes made to this part to insure the absolute best in service and integrety of the engine cradle. I am warranting these so I do not want any problems.

    I also should have mentioned that I am having some fiberglass parts made for the X2. This is the first one that needed a small change and it will be available soon for $200.00 + s/h.
    The steering / console trim piece.

    email me at john@jetskihaven.com if you want me to notify you when these come available.
    Holy crap John! Have to give us some notice to start saving for this stuff....LOL! I want both, we'll see next week if my Xmas bonus will allow me to get them.
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    Re: Kawasaki 650 - 800 Aluminum Engine Cradles

    OK.....can anyone identify the "person" who paid $500 for one of these?...
    Last edited by Laserman; 12-14-2007 at 07:25 PM.
    1985 JS 550/750 Stand-up: http://www.pwctoday.com/f72/smileys-...50-114680.html
    1984 JS550 TYPHOON 750 conversion: http://www.pwctoday.com/f72/laserman...ct-186297.html
    1992 Sport Cruiser "Sportscar" Conversion: http://www.pwctoday.com/f72/laserman...-a-173049.html
    Here's a helpfull thread on 550\650 conversions: http://www.pwctoday.com/f72/just-ano...on-133898.html

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    Re: Kawasaki 650 - 800 Aluminum Engine Cradles

    Quote Originally Posted by Laserman
    OK.....can anyone identify the "person" who paid $500 for one of these?...
    Laserman it sold for $479 + $10.00 s/h

    Click here -> http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...MEWA:IT&ih=014
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    A Kawasaki 440 monster build http://www.pwctoday.com/showthread.php?t=143725

    '94 Yam W Blaster WDK 927cc
    http://www.pwctoday.com/f72/blaster-...ne-191484.html

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    Re: Kawasaki 650 - 800 Aluminum Engine Cradles

    Quote Originally Posted by jetskihaven
    Quote Originally Posted by Laserman
    OK.....can anyone identify the "person" who paid $500 for one of these?...
    Laserman it sold for $479 + $10.00 s/h

    Click here -> http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...MEWA:IT&ih=014
    holy ****!
    1985 JS 550/750 Stand-up: http://www.pwctoday.com/f72/smileys-...50-114680.html
    1984 JS550 TYPHOON 750 conversion: http://www.pwctoday.com/f72/laserman...ct-186297.html
    1992 Sport Cruiser "Sportscar" Conversion: http://www.pwctoday.com/f72/laserman...-a-173049.html
    Here's a helpfull thread on 550\650 conversions: http://www.pwctoday.com/f72/just-ano...on-133898.html

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    Re: Kawasaki 650 - 800 Aluminum Engine Cradles

    Quote Originally Posted by jetskihaven
    Quote Originally Posted by jetskihaven
    *****TECH NEWS*****

    THESE ARE MADE FROM 6061-T6 ALUMINUM STOCK.
    This is what most marine race boat aluminum parts are made out of.

    Thanks,
    I would like to say that there maybe some engineering changes made to this part to insure the absolute best in service and integrety of the engine cradle. I am warranting these so I do not want any problems.

    I also should have mentioned that I am having some fiberglass parts made for the X2. This is the first one that needed a small change and it will be available soon for $200.00 + s/h.
    The steering / console trim piece.

    email me at john@jetskihaven.com if you want me to notify you when these come available.
    Nice piece man. But $200? Come on. I can import one for that price from Japan. That thing shouldn't be more than $100 USD. Hell, the old Jettrim dash piece with the dash pad was only $125.

    When you decide to drop the price, consider one sold.

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