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    Trim adjustment on GPR 1300

    How do you guys figure out how to set up your trim nozzle? I was told to use a ruler and measure top and bottom to make sure they are the same distance for neutral. But as our venturi nozzle is 5* wouldn't you need to add a little more width on the top to compensate for that 5*?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shooter98xpl View Post
    How do you guys figure out how to set up your trim nozzle? I was told to use a ruler and measure top and bottom to make sure they are the same distance for neutral. But as our venturi nozzle is 5* wouldn't you need to add a little more width on the top to compensate for that 5*?
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    When you measure you're measuring from the top edge of the venturi to the nozzle and the same with the bottom, so it is parallel to your pump venturi

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    +1 on what Bill said,i also take it a step further and account for the up and down play.....thats just me,i want everything as close to 100% as possible.Sometimes i get carried away..

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    so both sides are equal then, no compensation for the 5*?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shooter98xpl View Post
    so both sides are equal then, no compensation for the 5*?
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    If you are measuring to the top and bottom of the outlet on the pump venturi, then you just set the trim nozzle parallel to the pump venturi. Which is what you want. The pump venturi is angled 5* from the pump stator and your trim nozzle is inline with the pump venturi, Make sense or should I draw a picture?

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    Draw a picture,
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    Quote Originally Posted by shooter98xpl View Post
    Draw a picture,
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    Quote Originally Posted by shooter98xpl View Post
    Draw a picture,
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    How's this?
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    Now stick this in the HOW TO SECTION,
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