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    that should get r dun Ross

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    why not drill and tap for 1 or 2 more blue jet works valve reliefs? (assuming jet works valves were your previous choice of relief)

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    why not drill and tap for 1 or 2 more blue jet works valve reliefs? (assuming jet works valves were your previous choice of relief)
    It would take a dozen jet works valves to match the flow of this.

    The valves are 1 inch brass well pipe check valves. Can be disassembled and springs adjusted or replaced with others if necessary. It wont be necessary..

    Fittings are 5/8 inch heater hose diameter each.

    Volume of flow out this setup is amazing, just hook it up to your garden hose and watch it in action. If flow reduction is desired or necessary simply reduce the outlet diameter of the valve with smaller exit fitting.

    Drill 3/4 inch hole in extension at 10 and 2 oclock. Thread the fitting into the hole. Forget tapping the extension for the fitting, its too thin. Just hand dress the 3/4 inch hole so the fitting will thread itself in the extension. Dress the inside where the fitting slightly protrudes in the extension with a angle cookie grinder.

    Fill the outside casting cavities where fittings are now installed with Sika anchor fix-1 fast set anchoring adhesive. This stuff is incredible! 2 part chemical cure sets in 10 minutes. 20.00 a tube at home depot. Top rated stuff, waterproof also. Google it to find out more.
    Valves are 15.00 each at home depot. Another 15.00 for fittings, 20.00 for 2 heater hoses with a 90 bend molded in them.. All thats left is to mount the valves however you wish.
    If you dont feel comfortable doing all this yourself, send me a PM....
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    Be carefull Ross

    Great to see you working on the probem

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    i guess i didn't realize how much pressure relief you needed there's a point where too much relief = a loss in performance, right?


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    Quote Originally Posted by JFizzleJR View Post
    i guess i didn't realize how much pressure relief you needed there's a point where too much relief = a loss in performance, right?
    not if you bleed after certain rpms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFizzleJR View Post
    i guess i didn't realize how much pressure relief you needed there's a point where too much relief = a loss in performance, right?
    As long as its a oneway valve I think your good. If there is pressure in front of the prop it simply can't be processed by the pump and shouldn't have any affect being bled off. At least thats what I've found.

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    My problem is that there is no material except for the sst liner on the 162mm. I'm going to have the edges welded, then drill it out for the fittings.


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