12-16-2005, 12:21 PM #1
Jetworks adjustable valve--GP1200/RAIDER 1100
OK.....J-me and I have been talking about this, I am going to install the jetworks valve on my Raider, I have the adjustable valve,not the shim one, have you ever been able to turn it out enough to get water flow, WITH OUT installing the dedicated line??????, I have heard these can actually go a little lower than the shim one , I am going to run it off of the rear cylinder head fitting, as per your site.........your thoughts???
12-17-2005, 03:25 PM #2
pissed off paper plate is an understament dude. i rode j-me's once, and that was one time too many
12-17-2005, 05:15 PM #3
Just experiment with it..be careful, if you get too little water in the coupler, you're gonna have some melted rubber.
I can't remember what the best psi was.
Just experiment carefully. It's only inches and not miles. The primary help of a jetworks valve is for acceleration.
12-19-2005, 06:56 AM #4
J-me was telling me with all the washers out thrr shim jetworks valve, is still hard to blow through, with mine turned all the way down it acts like there is nothing in there . i believe it will work, i am going to experiment,and keep an eye on the temp, and rubber coupler.
"wake", you are right "it is not for everyone!!". I call it exciting......
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