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Originally posted by juicednextyear@Nov 29 2003, 02:17 PM
I'm gonna use 9volt batterys
ryan was going to use those 6v flash lights batteries last time i heard.?..?...?....
 

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#7, the #9s will work but youll need bigger than 3/8 plumbing
 

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#7 with that low of voltage. Use 9's if you gonna go 72volts. and #8 plumbing too.
 

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Originally posted by rollin low in a grand prix+Nov 29 2003, 07:26 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (rollin low in a grand prix @ Nov 29 2003, 07:26 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin--juicednextyear@Nov 29 2003, 02:17 PM
I'm gonna use 9volt batterys
ryan was going to use those 6v flash lights batteries last time i heard.?..?...?....[/b][/quote]
at least i don't use group 27's matt...
 

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#9 is for more juice, but needs more voltage to pump it faster. #7 pumps the juice faster but not as much volume. Thats why standard #6 plumbing is good for #7 cause it is smaller diameter and can build higher pressure for quick moves. The higher the number the more fluid it can move. But you need more voltage to spin the motors faster to get that fluid quicker to where it needs to go. It can be tough on the pumpheads to spin that much fluid at one time.
 

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Originally posted by 1LOWCHERO@Nov 30 2003, 03:37 PM~1350054
#9 is for more juice, but needs more voltage to pump it faster.  #7 pumps the juice faster but not as much volume.  Thats why standard #6 plumbing is good for #7 cause it is smaller diameter and can build higher pressure for quick moves.  The higher the number the more fluid it can move.  But you need more voltage to spin the motors faster to get that fluid quicker to where it needs to go.  It can be tough on the pumpheads to spin that much fluid at one time.

where do 11's fall into place?
 

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Originally posted by blueouija@Oct 13 2006, 11:05 PM~6365373
where do 11's fall into place?
right in between the 9 and 13
 

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I love my #11s for single or doubles personally, but I love the higher voltages also
 

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Originally posted by 1LOWCHERO@Nov 30 2003, 03:37 PM~1350054
#9 is for more juice, but needs more voltage to pump it faster.  #7 pumps the juice faster but not as much volume.  Thats why standard #6 plumbing is good for #7 cause it is smaller diameter and can build higher pressure for quick moves.  The higher the number the more fluid it can move.  But you need more voltage to spin the motors faster to get that fluid quicker to where it needs to go.  It can be tough on the pumpheads to spin that much fluid at one time.
Now thats how you break it down :thumbsup:
 
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