Discussion in 'Southeast Attack Squadron' started by Tugboat, Apr 9, 2016.
It should be visible from the outside, with out disassembly
before we all get too hung up on the word concealed .. where is the actual restrictor? My initial read was that it was the brass in the middle of the pump's output line, but that may have been influenced by the wording
As long as I can stick a 1/8" rod into it without adjusting any SS parts, I think it's legal. Just having SS protecting it isn't an issue in my book. Might even be good practice
See the black fittings at the deck rim that is the restrictor.
Concealed meaning you can access it through the SS. The brass tubing between was an after thought to remove the pump for service as removing the hose from the restrictor is a chore
Before this goes postal
aw, c'mon Charley....going postal is good for us.... bump up the blood pressure, blast some cholesterol out of the ole' arteries. Close to the only exercise some of us get....
Looks good Charlie.
its still cardio if i'm sitting at the computer right? so long as the blood pressure and heart rate are up?
I like that, very nicely tucked in there.
When I looked at the picture, I ASSUMED that the restrictor was in the brass splice, not in the outlet.
in other news. that pump hold-down is slick
Naw the glove is too tight (OJ humor )
I agree. that is a brilliant pump retention mechanism
Here is a pic of my son Vanguard it is cleaner to see
cast it and sell it! Very cool!
What's the reason for the second set of motors not being wired up?
Waiting for XT connectors to arrive to complete assembly
If you don't have them by Friday, I've got loads of them at my shop in Statesboro.
Thanks I ordered on the 14th HK still haven't shipped. I contacted them they jacked around with the order. I have some EC3S to get her going going use them on longer wires and cut out when I get some need the 60s
In a pinch wire nuts will work.