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    jetworks kit

    Hi Guys .instead Of Fitting A Solid Gasket At The End Of The Stinger There Are Four Small Holes That Jet The Water Into The Waterbox.can I Tap These And Fit Grub Screws Instead?also Will A 14/20 Dynafly Fit A D75 14 Vien Skat Pump Because I Cannot Get Rpm,s Above 6990 With A 15/20-21 Skat Impeller.i Have Written The Pitch That Way Because I Was Told It Was A 15/ 20 But When I Removed The Impeller It Said 15/21 On It,it May Have Been Re Pitched I Suppose.can I Get The Skat Re Pitched To 14/20 And Will It Be As Good As A Dynafly?


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    grub screws

    No you cannot block the holes. That is where the water is routed into the water box with the jetworks valve. The gasket makes this a closed chamber from the rest of the pipe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XL1200Ltd-Keith View Post
    No you cannot block the holes. That is where the water is routed into the water box with the jetworks valve. The gasket makes this a closed chamber from the rest of the pipe.
    he's right wash....mine's in the kitchen just checked...good news on the skier being caught...keith..why fit both rubber and metal gaskets is it to dispurse heat on metal side...

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    Jetworks sells the gasket to use.

    Some of the rubber gaskets are soft rubber, usually the red ones. I found some black gasket material that is very stiff at Ace Hardware. The metal offers support. I have run one for 3 years now with no problems.

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    JETWORKS

    THANKS GUYS
    NOW YOU HAVE SAID THAT IT IS OBVIOUS
    I HAVE JUST REMOVED THE STINGER THREE AND I AM RE FITTING THE OEM PIPE SO I AM ADDING THE JETWORKS KIT AT THE SAME TIME.
    I HAVE BEEN OFFERED SOME R&D POWERVALVES ARE THEY WORTH HAVING RATHER THAN STANDARD?

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    wash ordered to many fittings from carl @island if you need an extra 1/8x3/8 barb will post one or two to you...i spent hours on net and no bugger has them in the uk..

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