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    GPR_KID #42 Fabian_1's Avatar
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    quick qus guy's?

    i buy da jetworks from riva and i went 2 open it to see what waz in side it and i saw a spring and a black ball am can some one put up some pic's of which way they must be goin cuz i mite have them in bad ways


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    valve

    There is an arrow on the housing that shows the direction of water flow. The water pressure pushes the ball away from the inlet, and the spring supplies the pressure to close it.

    The ball goes in first, the spring second, then the cap.

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    k thanks wa about if i have a stock engine with da jetworks do i need da jetworks open all da way r close it all da way what is da diff?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabian_1 View Post
    k thanks wa about if i have a stock engine with da jetworks do i need da jetworks open all da way r close it all da way what is da diff?????
    English?

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    Question

    ok
    i am askin must da jetworks need 2 be open all da way r close it all da way what is the diff in closin it and openin it

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    when you turn the valve in you put more tension on the spring which causes the ball to open at a higher rpm because it needs more force to open it. When you open it more this causes less tension on the spring which the resricter will open sooner at lower rpms. It depends on where the restricters are on the ski and what you are using them for. Not if your ski is modified or not. Some use them on there triples, allowing water to come in the pipes at higher rpms and no water at lower rpms. Some use them on their aftermarket waterbox if they have a spray injection. These are both timed in at a little higher rpm for a better hole shot. They resrict the water from coming in and filling up the waterbox. I think water woody uses them to relieve pressure in his pump. In the end they can be used for multiple things.'
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