No motivation needed.If you are going to use guilt as a motivator, always start with:
"I think it's funny when....."
No woman who starts with that line thinks whatever they are about to say is the least bit funny.
jebus, thats one way of doing it...Got my AW29 back from my fab guy. Works great. Gives a sheer angle to just before the glide. I just need to pick up a couple of 11003 vjets. I have a couple of mismatched jets in there for the test and it looks great. I'll try to do a video when I get the new jets.
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I'll be able to compare it to my other wand. They both are pretty well identical. I usually have one set for the truck and the other set for the portable. Now that I see how it works, I may attempt the other by cutting and using a flare nut fitting.but I'm glad you see the sheer benefits
Going to use 11003 jets. So far, no humming or whistling. Those supply tubes are sturdier than they look and doesn't seem to vibrate. Everything is adjustable to get the right pattern.I have to wonder a few things..
will that Y vibrate, hum or whistle?
what is the cost for all those fittings?
how long will it stay true in your van?
are the jets as misaligned as they look in the 1st pic?
what size jets?
I've experimented a lot from 3-6. I find 4 flow is great for the portable but 6 is fine for the truck. Going smaller than a 6 flow makes it take a lot longer to get your heat up and doesn't maintain the heat as well. I don't get any pile distortion and I always do dry strokes. When I go down in size, I find myself flushing more and longer. The 6 flow can give you a little more speed.I don't think you need six flow Ron. Just bump it up to 500 psi when you need a better flush