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    Adjusting Jetworks vavle

    I recently installed the jetworks on my 03 1300r. Im trying to adjust the vavle so that it releases water at 3000-3500 rpm. My question is should no water come out until rpms reach 3000+ or should the water be full stream at 3000rpm+?


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    I have little water draining out from idle getting close to the 3000RPM mark i have the full stream coming out. I always taught from it hit the rpm you have it set on the jetworks no water should come out at all but hopefully someelse will chime in to answer this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8urz-28 View Post
    I recently installed the jetworks on my 03 1300r. Im trying to adjust the vavle so that it releases water at 3000-3500 rpm. My question is should no water come out until rpms reach 3000+ or should the water be full stream at 3000rpm+?
    Mines set for full flow at about 3500 rpm. There is a trickle, or low volume flow, starting at about 3000 rpms. Jetworks had two valve balls, one hard and one softer. The hard one tends to leak a wee bit, but won't deform. Thats the ball I have. The leakage mine has from 3000-3500 isn't enough to cause problems.

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    im trying to adjust it and it seems that the water starts to flow at 1000rpm and full stream is at 2200rpm and cant get it to adjust anymore. Think my jetworks valve is leaking or is faulty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8urz-28 View Post
    im trying to adjust it and it seems that the water starts to flow at 1000rpm and full stream is at 2200rpm and cant get it to adjust anymore. Think my jetworks valve is leaking or is faulty?
    You need to take it apart and stretch the spring a little bit to put more pressure on the ball.

    I like the ceramic balls. I don't like the rubber balls... had one stick

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    My old skool rubber ball washer style red Jetworks I set it to dribble around 3000 rpm on my 1200.

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    Thumbs up Jetworks

    I have had mine on for several months now. Which valve do you have? If you have the pro series valve which you can adjust on the fly without having to unhook anything you should be able to get it pretty dry up till around 3800 rpm's. Yes, shoot for 3800 rpm's. Make sure you are using the plastic ball it is better and you do not have to worry about it getting pushed into the spring in the valve. Any questions just PM me. I got my kit from Art who is pretty much the guru on this mod and he walked me through everything. Goodluck....

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    I would also set it on the trailer and watch your RPM's with a good digital tach like a PET-2100 and some clear hose attached to the end of the jetworks to watch it open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951 View Post
    I would also set it on the trailer and watch your RPM's with a good digital tach like a PET-2100 and some clear hose attached to the end of the jetworks to watch it open.
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    Yes it is the pro series and im using clear hose as well. It seems to dribble out under light throttle and full blast at around 2200rpm. Im going to try some more adjusting tomorrow, thanks everyone for the help.

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