Thread: Tuning Jetworks
03-21-2007, 04:16 PM #1
I am going to go take it out for the first time with the jetworks on. If I understand correctly I need to have the valve open at 3500 rpms? So I basicly turn the jetwork pro valve untill it opens at 3500 right? I also do this on the trailer?
One question I have is when I hook the bike up to the hose in the drive way I don't see any water coming out of the hose on the bottom side of the front section of the pipe. This normal? I don't run it long like that, maybe only 4 min tops.
03-21-2007, 04:25 PM #2
Chris this is the way I was instructed to do it:
*Run a piece of hose off of the outlet side of the valve long enough to come out of the engine compartment and go overboard.
*Ride the ski with the seat off watching the RPM's. When you reach 3500 RPM's if there is no water coming out turn the valve CCW.
*Repeat process until water flow is at desired RPM's.
03-21-2007, 04:31 PM #3
Thanks for the info!!!
Oh and also I just checked the water from the tap on the bottom of the pipe, water is flowing, I just couldn't tell without undoing the tube.
03-21-2007, 06:10 PM #4
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You can do it this way for sure. IMHO it is easier to strap you boat to the trailer and using this same method, use the after market tach to determine when the valve opens up. While keeping your engine revved, you can adjust the valve to get the valve to open at the proper rpms.
It really is that easy, and only takes a few minutes to do. After it is set up, reconnect it to your boats outlet hose, pull the straps off of it and go ride.
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