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    Home made pump pressure relief bracket...PICS

    Been stewing on how to build a support to hold the pressure relief vavles in place.I found a piece of aluminum flat stock...1/8x1"x3' .I decided to start bending and cutting.I figured my bends out and all i used was my vise,dead blow hammer and my air cut off tool.Simple,when you want to pull the pump,the valves just pull out of the bracket.Very simple but effective.Gave it a quick clean up and here it is.
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    sweet!

    so my question, is the point of the jetworks valve so water doesn't go back in? so it only flows one way?

    thats cool though

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    Nice job Woody!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by james k View Post
    Nice job Woody!!
    Not bad for some scrap aluminum and basic hand tools.

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    Thats what performance gurus do,make something out of nothing My wife is always on my case about keeping scrap around the crib and this why

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    Nice I think I'm going to run mine to a second visibility pisser. Just to double up on the sleeper effect and to piss off a bunch of nice folks in the LA swamps

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    Hi,
    I know this is an old post, but could you tell me why and where line on the back left of the pump you have a line going into the ski. Is this for dual cooling? I looked on the site and cannot find the answer.
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    Eddie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honda250r View Post
    Hi,
    I know this is an old post, but could you tell me why and where line on the back left of the pump you have a line going into the ski. Is this for dual cooling? I looked on the site and cannot find the answer.
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    Eddie
    That water line was for the Jetworks valve for the exhaust water flow control , not dual cooling but a way of keeping the waterbox dry until atleast 3500rpm then water is allowed to flow as usual. That mod is to increase the holeshot of the GPR. Do a search on "jetworks mod "

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam View Post
    That water line was for the Jetworks valve for the exhaust water flow control , not dual cooling but a way of keeping the waterbox dry until atleast 3500rpm then water is allowed to flow as usual. That mod is to increase the holeshot of the GPR. Do a search on "jetworks mod "
    Here is a photo of my pump relief one way valves and Jetworks plumbing .
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