BAM hull

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Jan 30, 2016
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Winter Park
#1
I bought my BAM hull second hand that was listed as a hybrid layup weighing 75lbs with inserts, hood, paint and turf. That sounded like the perfect weight for being “lite” and still being strong. CrazyJoe was helpful confirming all the above information and still helpful with questions after I bought the hull used from someone else. He clearly wants his hulls to succeed (which they are) and he cares about customer service.

I started on a superjet and havent ridden many a/m hulls except a couple superfreaks.

First off- the build went smooth- everything aligned almost perfect right off the bat and there was very little modification to anything.

I dropped in an et967 and 148 mag pump- everything went together like building a stock superjet.

My favorite feature is the hood- weighs next to nothing and is not a fight to get on like some- hood seal is easier too.

I ride 95% lakes and chase boats. I’m still working on my FW game but it’s coming along. Chasing boats is easy- the ski doesn’t ride nose high which is nice. The ski takes a beating too with some decent flops and flat landings. Everything has held strong. Flips are easy and ski turns on a dime while maintaining stable.

The paint job that Joe did for the original owner was great- he definitely knows how to lay paint and uses quality products.

Another selling point is I can fit a 4 gallon jaz tank in the hull so I don’t have to mess with a kart tank.

There have been no negatives from me concerning this hull. I’m very pleased and will have him build me another hull in the future when the time comes.

Don’t hesitate to buy from CrazyJoe





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Joined
May 16, 2017
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Location
Detroit metro
#2
This is an awesome review of the BAM hull and deserves to be brought back to the top! Joe is building me one right now and I have been trying to figure out which tank I am going to use. Your post above helped as I had determined that a 4 gallon Jaz tank would not fit the BAM hull. Before I commit to the 4 gallon, can you tell me what pipe you are running?

My setup is as follows: ET967, Torrent 148, PFP pipe, PFP waterbox.
 
Joined
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Location
Winter Park
#3
This is an awesome review of the BAM hull and deserves to be brought back to the top! Joe is building me one right now and I have been trying to figure out which tank I am going to use. Your post above helped as I had determined that a 4 gallon Jaz tank would not fit the BAM hull. Before I commit to the 4 gallon, can you tell me what pipe you are running?

My setup is as follows: ET967, Torrent 148, PFP pipe, PFP waterbox.
I’m running a tnt lay down pipe- the 4 gallon barely hits with some turf on the bottom- it scratches the inside of my hood but not enough to keep it from closing or sealing. A 3 gallon is the safer one.


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#4
When you get a chance, can you post up a pic of the tank installed? I need to find out with Joe if he made any changes in the hood clearance height. I would really love to have the 4 gallon tank so I am willing to put up with some scratches as long as the hood seals.
 
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