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 Post Posted: Wed May 07, 2003 7:00 pm 
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Originaly posted by SpudEngineerscomp,
well if you look at the picture of method one at
http://www.geocities.com/advancedinventions/solenoidsoup.htm
you will notice that he just enlarged the entrance hole going to the solenoid and an new hole away from it. if you just epoxied up the original escape hole and attached yer blow gun into the existing threads of where the solenoid threads were, and u enlarged the entrance hole, would it still have the same advantage as the souped up valve cuz it makes sense that it should.


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Originaly posted by someguynamedchris,
if you could find a thread size that fits the threads on the valve... Or you could use the hole in the bleed screw.

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Originaly posted by SpudEngineerscomp,
my idea is just a way out of doin the drilling into the plastic.
I think it's fairly permanent. I would rather be able to go back to the original idea and stuff. I have made a rubber plug that the solenoid stopper goes over to stop that hole and i just wanna do a blowgun setup that will be removeable.
but i would have to enlarge the inlet hole for it to have any advantage over the old way. DUH! need the airflow to throw the diaphragm quicker therefore you get yer advantage..


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