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    One way check valve from crank to raves

    Well Just going threw everything on this new ski, and figured id check the one way check valve no one ever checks.

    Well my one way check valve is a two way check valve :O

    You cant blow through it either way!

    Just a reminder guys check the little parts too =D

    Whats weird is i didint notice a performance issue, then again im still breakin in the 995 setup! 2.00mm over.


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    Nice, Pulled it apart by slightly cutting the plastic around the lip, pulling it apart and finding some oil buildup that was very thick and slimy!

    Quick degreasing, paper towels, and a soldering gun to melt it back together. Its like new again!

    Got my one way check valve back!

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    Thanks for the tip, one of those items that are definitely overlooked but can cause a headache.

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