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    Jetworks Flow Control Valve

    were would you install this on a fuji?


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    the only control valve i know of turns of water to your exhuast during high sspeed run s

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    It would appear as though hose #4 would be the location.

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    yup, where #4 meets #6 at the tailcone of the pipe. It looks as if #8 is a 90 degree reducer to dump water in the tailcone of the pipe B4 it goes into the waterbox. The Jetworks should give you better bottom end power (holeshot)

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    This is very interesting, I'm going to add the pisser to both of my Fuji powered machines this Spring. The flow valve sounds like another must have. Which valve do I want? That first picture is a 92 dry pipe diagram. I have the wet pipes on my machines. I was under the impression that it wouldn't even make a difference on a dry pipe. Amount of water going to the water box maybe? That 92 picture is a puzzle to me. I changed the 2.3 mm cooling orfice on the 750 pipe to the 1.0 mm one that the SLX has and noticed a 100 rpm increase, so i'm guessing this valve thing would make a difference also. I'll put up the 750 and 780 pic. does it still go in the same spot or no?
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    In your first pic, the Flow valve goes in hose #5. In the second pic, it goes in hose #9... same place.

    The purpose of the Flow valve is to shut down all water to the stinger/waterbox at low rpms. As pressure builds, it opens allowing flow. The holeshot is improved by drying out the exhaust stinger/waterbox at low rpms.

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    i have these valves on my pro 785 they look like jetworks valves but there different color..and theres nor writing on them....imma get a pic...maybe u experts can tell me what they are lol
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    rgadr32 Please start a new thread on your valves as it looks like they are installed in the wrong location. Your pics show them installed in the exhaust cooling out to pisser lines. The Jet works valve should be installed in the water line that goes to the stinger/waterbox coolling line to prevents excess water from filling the waterbox at low RPM and creating hesitation off the line.

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    im a complete hater for all of you guys that have trippels , if i could find em i couldnt afford em , is there such a valve for a stock exhuast on a 1050 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyA View Post
    In your first pic, the Flow valve goes in hose #5. In the second pic, it goes in hose #9... same place.
    Thanks Crazy, I got it now after the cooling orifice I cut the line, put in the valve and it will control the water dumping into the bottom of the pipe stinger. That's so simple even a caveman could do it. Now about the valves, do I need a special size or anything? I mean for flow. It has to flow at least the 1.0mm. Maybe they are all the same. I'll have to pick these up. Saweet!

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