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    jetworks flow control valves

    Would the Jetworks FC-03 1/4" flow control valves work for the Watcon routing for the 785 pros?
    Or does it have to be the FC-01 or the 02's that are 3/8"
    I found a couple of the 1/4" ones,

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    Cooling lines are 3/8".

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    You only need one to feed the branch that feeds the pipes. It also can be any check valve with a cracking pressure of 12 psi.

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    I found a couple of the 1/4" ones for $15.00 for the pair brand new

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    1/4 is to small you need 3/8.

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    I found a brass inline check valve with a crack pressure of 12 psi for $17.00,
    On the jetworks web site that they claim the crack pressure is preset to 3.5 psi.
    Is the 12 psi the pressure to go with?
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    12 might be alittle on the high side but if the CV you found can be disassembled you can alter the spring. There are lots of variables but as a general rule you want the valve to open at 3000 RPM,s

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    Quote Originally Posted by skigolfnut View Post
    I found a brass inline check valve with a crack pressure of 12 psi for $17.00,
    On the jetworks web site that they claim the crack pressure is preset to 3.5 psi.
    Is the 12 psi the pressure to go with?
    Why re-invent the wheel?

    The Jetworks valve is well known, works as expected, is adjustable, and doesn't cost that much.

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    your right the jetworks is $39.95 this one is $15.00 I have a cranky wife to deal with, I was thinking out of the box,

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    Quote Originally Posted by skigolfnut View Post
    your right the jetworks is $39.95 this one is $15.00 I have a cranky wife to deal with, I was thinking out of the box,
    if beer still has some "balls" lol i have a j/w valve w/out a ball for ya

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