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    xray328's Avatar
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    Can the powervalves be removed without destroying the wave eater clips?

    GPR is running 58mph on pretty smooth water with a d-plate and free flow exhaust and stepped sponsons on the buzzer. I think something's up with the power valves. I'm going to make sure they are adjusted properly first, but when I installed the clips the valves looked pretty gross from Yama sludge being run in it. So if they are aligned, cleaning them will be the next step.

    Can the valves be taken out without destroying the clips? Should I just try to clean what I can with the valves in place?


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    I always like to remove the valves when cleaning them... that way all the crap doesnt fall down into the cylinder.

    you can gently pry the sides of the clips, then the top and it should pop right off

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