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Old 01-18-2008, 02:39 PM   #1
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******* A, I will be getting one in the future.
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I am seriously stoked.
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It's about time.
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not to bash but it took me a minute to realize those are basically what aquamist uses.
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The atomization of the old nozzles was already great. These must be insane. Speedware will have all sizes in stock shortly.
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not to bash but it took me a minute to realize those are basically what aquamist uses.
These were actually custom built. Filter screen built in and no hose barb. Not that the Aquamist is a bad nozzle(its pretty damn *******) but I just wanted all to know that this is DO's own creation.
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the filter screen is a nice touch. what does DO use to connect the hose?
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They use compression quick connects.
This is pretty cool, the longer i put off installing my kit the more cool stuff they produce.
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The 2.5 bar controllers they have now mean that VW/Audi turbo car installs are a snap. Been doing those lately. Did a Gti 1.8t with a GT2871 who is running 22 psi on pump gas with great results.
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The 2.5 bar controllers they have now mean that VW/Audi turbo car installs are a snap. Been doing those lately. Did a Gti 1.8t with a GT2871 who is running 22 psi on pump gas with great results.
I'm assuming they have a stock 2.5 bar sensor that you just tap the controller into? or is there something else that makes it easy?
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Very cool nozzle. I assume that the numeric portion of the part number is the rated flow in GPH at, what 100 PSI?

Question about installation. In my setup, the nozzle is mounted in a section of 2.5" diameter pipe. Currently I'm using the old inside-mount nozzle, so this is not really a problem, I just tapped the pipe itself, ran the nozzle in, and installed the 90 adapter outside.

To mount this nozzle in a 2.5" pipe, would it be preferable for me to instead weld a 1/8"NPT bung onto the pipe, so that the nozzle has a flat surface to seat against? (Looking at that O-ring in particular).
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Thats what I would do. You may be fine just threading it in the hole in the pipe from the outside but I like to use a bung whenever possible.
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I like the new nozzels to. And joe i had the same type issues as you and a bung helped me seal alot better and made assembly disasembly alot easier and worry free.
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