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alright fellas, i did my searches, i did my homework, now it needs to get graded, I got my setup about a week and a half ago, and this is what i came up with, does this look plumbed right, its just hand tight for now....(in case its not right) Please help....thanks in advance....oh yeah i am going to be running two pumps with four dumps....will i set the other pump up exactly like this one or what...





 

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ASSUMING THE CHECKS ARE INSTALLED IN THE RITE DIRECTION ITS GOOD
 

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Originally posted by GRINGO_CONNECT@Oct 8 2006, 04:00 PM~6329186
ASSUMING THE CHECKS ARE INSTALLED IN THE RITE DIRECTION ITS GOOD
I INSTALLED THEM ACCORDING TO 1LO64'S TUTORIAL....SO IM ASSUMING THEY ARE RIGHT....
 

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Originally posted by fundimotorsports@Oct 8 2006, 05:03 PM~6329198
Looks good to me . But of course I am retart.. :biggrin:
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Originally posted by kboogie@Oct 8 2006, 05:34 PM~6329595
thats what up homie :thumbsup:
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I like to tee the dump off instead of running through it but what you have is functionally correct.
 

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Originally posted by Tuna_Sammich@Oct 8 2006, 07:51 PM~6330285
I like to tee the dump off instead of running through it but what you have is functionally correct.
what do you mean by that, and would i set both pumps up the same way....
 

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Originally posted by 85_regal_ryda@Oct 8 2006, 08:57 PM~6330324
what do you mean by that, and would i set both pumps up the same way....
not the best pic to work from because Im running dual slowdowns and theyre before the dumps... but see how the flow goes from the check right to the hose? anytime the flow has to go through the dump it's going to slow the response time..

doing it the "normal" way like you did is cleaner and takes less fittings but at the cost of a little speed. if youre just trying to lift and lay then dont worry about it, keep it like you have it.

 

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damn thats a clean looking setup there but i think im gonna keep it like i got it for now, i dont know a whole lot about htis shit so i think im gonna save the creativeness until i learn a bit more about it, until then, it will have to work like this...
 

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looks just like mine, and mine are ok :)
 

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AS LONG AS YOUR ARROWS ARETOWARDS THE DUMP YOU GOT IT USE THREAD TAPE ALSO (TEFLON) :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
 

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:thumbsup: A OTA!
 

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Originally posted by 85_regal_ryda@Oct 8 2006, 02:48 PM~6329127
alright fellas, i did my searches, i did my homework, now it needs to get graded, I got my setup about a week and a half ago, and this is what i came up with, does this look plumbed right, its just hand tight for now....(in case its not right)  Please help....thanks in advance....oh yeah i am going to be running two pumps with four dumps....will i set the other pump up exactly like this one or what...






looks good.. just need to get a few more chrome fittings, and the return lines with the chrome ends.. and bling bling
 

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all the fittings are chrome, but the checks and the return lines, like you said, but all the fittings are chrome....

oh and yeah im gonna use teflon tape, i just put it together hand tight like this to make sure i got it right, thanks for everyones help....


this would be a good pic for people to save for whenever they get thier first setup...i dont know how many times ive seen people ask how to plumb a pump....so here you go....:)
 
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Originally posted by Tuna_Sammich@Oct 8 2006, 07:08 PM~6330406
not the best pic to work from because Im running dual slowdowns and theyre before the dumps...  but see how the flow goes from the check right to the hose?  anytime the flow has to go through the dump it's going to slow the response time..

doing it  the "normal" way like you did is cleaner and takes less fittings but at the cost of a little speed.  if youre just trying to lift and lay then dont worry about it, keep it like you have it.



thats how i like to run em as well


YOU NEED TO GET SUM ELECTRICAL PLUGS FOR THOSE DUMP ;)
 

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Originally posted by Tuna_Sammich@Oct 8 2006, 08:08 PM~6330406
not the best pic to work from because Im running dual slowdowns and theyre before the dumps...  but see how the flow goes from the check right to the hose?  anytime the flow has to go through the dump it's going to slow the response time..

doing it  the "normal" way like you did is cleaner and takes less fittings but at the cost of a little speed.  if youre just trying to lift and lay then dont worry about it, keep it like you have it.



hey you cant go posting some shit like that and not expect me to say something















nice hard lines. can i have your adex's? ill trade you a banana and a box of cheerios.
 

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Hey Chad.... Wuz up
 
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