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    Jetworks mod

    Is the highflow pump strainer really needed?


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    YES, if you do not then debrie will jam the valve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodneyae View Post
    YES, if you do not then debrie will jam the valve.
    I was under the impression that the stock strainer was more restrictive (ie. better filter) than the highflow riva one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodneyae View Post
    YES, if you do not then debrie will jam the valve.
    I have a high flow strainer, I just haven't installed it.

    Maybe I have been lucky, but mine has been working fine with the stock strainer for over a year. I do know a lot of guys that use the high flow with Jetworks. I personally don't think its necessary.

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    Sorry I was thinking that there was no strainer at all. My appolgies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisrokc View Post
    Is the highflow pump strainer really needed?
    Islands kit doesnt come with one and I havent heard any complaints about debris yet. So I guess not.

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    use a small plastic fuel filter, thatll remove all traces of debris.

    Iused it on my old seadoo and when i do my jetworks, ill use it.

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    spaceman; damm good idea, will fit one straight away,will also give a good indication of blockage....thanks.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by spaceman View Post
    use a small plastic fuel filter, thatll remove all traces of debris.

    I used it on my old seadoo and when i do my jetworks, ill use it.
    Great idea but I dont know.

    I wouldnt trust plastic on the pressure side.

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    Im with you on that WFO.
    The stock strainer in the pump will work fine, but its always recommended to check the valve regularly anyway.

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