Scott Jet Pumps
Everything learned from
the race tracks and from
river boating is
incorporated into the SDM
jet pumps production the
finest jet pumps available
today.  SDM pumps out
perform any other brand
on the market.
Performance of the new SDM series is unequaled.  This all new,
2-stage design not only gives you an excellent hole shot and
mid-range punch, but will also gives you an increased top end
speed while still packing the load required for back country
excursions.  In addition, this combination not only provides
superb white water holding ability, but excellent shallow water
performance as well.  This is all accomplished by the fact that
you have a larger volume of water being pumped through the jet
via two separate impellers sandwiched between two separate
stators.  This is performed effortlessly and very quietly due to
the balancing and quality control executed by the craftsmen at
Scott Design and Manufacture.
The continuing evolution of jet pumps at SDM is reflected in the
new SDM 852 series pumps.  These pumps are build to take
extraordinary abuse as well as normal use.  Much of the abuse is
from Konrad's fellow Kiwis jet boating the rivers of the world.  
SDM has beefed up the castings and pump design to take the
unexpected and often ugly rock hits that extreme boating
produces.  This allows you to keep boating where other jet pumps
may fail.
Some of the other features of the fortified construction is that the
main shaft is of SAF 2205 high tensile steel.  The impellers, along
with the control rods and the stator, are all constructed of
stainless steel.  To further add to the durability of the jet pump, all
of the cast aluminum parts are powder coated.
One of the additional features that makes the SDM jet pumps
out perform the competition is their steering nozzle design.  This
unique design allows for a power steering feel in turning.  Most
importantly though, it does not allow for any loss of thrust or
drop off when turning.  This is very much appreciated when you
are picking your way through a large rapid or navigating through
the shallows.  The last thing you want to happen in those
conditions is to lose any power when you are turning.
In the development of the SDM series, Konrad Scott took the
nozzle design one step further by incorporating a trim system
into it.  This unique trim nozzle system is a standard feature of
the SDM series jet pumps.  Included into the nozzle design is
the fact that the nozzle size can be quickly changed by removing
three screws and changing the nozzle insert.  This aids in the
fine tuning of the jet pump.
The SDM 852 series jet pumps are available with a wide variety
of impellers and nozzle sizes to match any application you may
desire.  Whether it is packing a large load into a remote
wilderness location or allowing you to get all the horsepower out
of your engine.
New features of the SDM series jet pumps are:
  • New high flow intake
  • Stainless steel stator
  • SAF 2205 high tensile main shaft
  • 3 blade stainless steel impellers
  • High flow tail pipe
  • Stainless steel control rods
  • Trim nozzle
  • Salt water ready (does not apply to racing models)
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"Superior Performance for Serious Boaters"sm
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