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has an arrow facing one way,,,,,in this pic,,,arrow would face up or down?....down right?...just making sure,,,never used these before...
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Originally posted by wired62@Sep 16 2005, 08:19 PM~3830409
has an arrow facing one way,,,,,in this pic,,,arrow would face up or down?....down right?...just making sure,,,never used these before...
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the arrow should face in the direction the fluid is going to flow, so it should have the arrow pointing into the block in your care.
 

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down...but ive run them either way and found no change
 

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Originally posted by BLVDCRUISER@Sep 16 2005, 08:17 PM~3831100
down...but ive run them either way and found no change
yeah,,looking inside it,,,it looks the same from both sides,,i didnt see where it would matter,,,,,,,i have 2 plumbed with them down,and two with them up,,,should i change the two to down?,..just to be safe?..or ride it like it is...
 

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just leave it. Its just a slow down
 
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Originally posted by BLVDCRUISER@Sep 16 2005, 11:17 PM~3831100
down...but ive run them either way and found no change

thats pretty much true.

but the reason they are directional is in the event of a pressure lock in the system, if they are plumbed backwards they will be harder or impossible to adjust, where as if its plumbed in the correct direction even under a pressure lock it can be adjusted.
 
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