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Originally posted by Rollinaround@Jan 19 2010, 12:59 AM~16336078
Gawwd damn. Those #10s are lookin sweet.
thanks jason
 

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Originally posted by louisville chevy@Jan 20 2010, 05:55 PM~16353796
so does it matter which way you plumb it?
there is inlet and an outlet.

its plumbed correctly in that picture. the inlet is always under the outlet. the pressure is supposed to travel from the needle UP.


but, on this type of application, it doesnt matter. it really only matters when a regulated constant flow is needed over a longer period of time and needs to remain at a specified pressure.
 

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Originally posted by STOCKTON CUSTOMS@Jan 19 2010, 03:34 AM~16335948

i wouldnt run the pressure thru an adex-looks cleaner with a plug and a t fitting in front of the check :puffin:
 

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Originally posted by danp68@Jan 21 2010, 11:56 PM~16370982
looks like a normal plumbing faucet valve-does that have a rubber disc in the middle? if so it doesnt matter-i never fucked with a "zig zag" valve :dunno:
no rubber seal...


its brass to aluminum (so its metal to metal seat)




flow DOES matter, but not on this type of application.
 

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Originally posted by danp68@Jan 21 2010, 09:58 PM~16371015
i wouldnt run the pressure thru an adex-looks cleaner with a plug and a t fitting in front of the check :puffin:
Its an adel this is look i want thanks for ur opinion.
 

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Originally posted by danp68@Jan 21 2010, 11:58 PM~16371015
i wouldnt run the pressure thru an adex-looks cleaner with a plug and a t fitting in front of the check :puffin:
thats more of an opinion though.



personally, i hate running tee fittings. ;)
 

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I got some Zags and where did you find the "british" threaded fittings for them?
 

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Originally posted by plank@Jan 22 2010, 12:15 AM~16371271
I got some Zags and where did you find the "british" threaded fittings for them?
all the ones i have had (300+) were AN thread.




never had any BSP thread.
 

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Originally posted by TATTOO-76+Jan 22 2010, 01:11 AM~16371202-->
no rubber seal...
its brass to aluminum (so its metal to metal seat)
flow DOES matter, but not on this type of application.
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ah ok-gotcha...like i said i never fucked with em :yessad:

Originally posted by STOCKTON [email protected] 22 2010, 01:12 AM~16371215
Its an adel this is look i want thanks for ur opinion.
good job on finding an adel :puffin: and yes thats just my opinion :yes:
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@Jan 22 2010, 01:14 AM~16371253
thats more of an opinion though.
personally, i hate running tee fittings. ;)
i just think it looks a bit smoother and makes more sense to only have the valve as a dump and not a pressure port-but to each his own-i dont even like deltas ran that way,but thats just me...not knocking any way folks wanna do their setup-people like what they like ;) :cool:
 
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