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    Lb motorsports pump relief fitting question

    I'm in the process of doing pump reliefs on my 2012 rxtx260 I wanna use the fittings like lbmotorsports supplies with their kit where it goes into pump tunnel I like that setup with the backing nut and I wanna do my own reliefs from jegs does anyone no what fittings they are or where they can be bought maybe like blowsion?


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    Just buy the LB kit Rob is a great guy and it comes with everything you need

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    YEP

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    But, is the LB enough? I believe a few others still showed signs of bucking due to the type of "sprinkler" valve used from the LB kit.

    I have a version of the gladerider special and my ski and locked in tight on the water. And cost less than the prices I've seen and heard online from the LB stuff.

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    Jegs valve looks to be a better piece over the sprinkler valve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott View Post
    But, is the LB enough? I believe a few others still showed signs of bucking due to the type of "sprinkler" valve used from the LB kit.

    I have a version of the gladerider special and my ski and locked in tight on the water. And cost less than the prices I've seen and heard online from the LB stuff.
    I tested the sprinkler type valves up to one inch and a quantity of 3 each on my S3. Could never get enough water flow to allow high MPH speed without stuffing. So I modified the original set up designed by others.
    Current system has been successfully tested to 92+ MPH using an 83mm nozzle. 35 lbs stable tunnel pressure @ 92 MPH, rising to 39-40 lbs max off throttle. Looks ridicules but works well. Would love to test valves larger than -12 Jegs. Appears they are not manufactured in a larger size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glade Rider View Post
    I tested the sprinkler type valves up to one inch and a quantity of 3 each on my S3. Could never get enough water flow to allow high MPH speed without stuffing. So I modified the original set up designed by others.
    Current system has been successfully tested to 92+ MPH using an 83mm nozzle. 35 lbs stable tunnel pressure @ 92 MPH, rising to 39-40 lbs max off throttle. Looks ridicules but works well. Would love to test valves larger than -12 Jegs. Appears they are not manufactured in a larger size.
    Glade,thanks for all the helpful info!

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