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What did JNW have you do to achieve that kind of pressure and flow? Have you buy a bigger jetter?
Haha, was a tiny adjustment on the unloader. John at jnw talked me through it. Becuz I was getting almost 7 gpm I asked if that was to much, but he had to turn his phone off as he was boarding his flight. I adjusted its so it barely hit but not over 4kpsi. Then was happy to see almost if not 7 gpm with the warthog. Then 5.5 for the root ranger. Rick said I can change out the port for more volume.
I'm a jnw fan and am very happy with my purchase.
Thanks for letting me share. Smile
About time, haha. Glad to see you're making money with that thing. I am a little jelous, lol....wish I could justify getting one but I can't. I have my root ranger tuned up good so it's a root desimator. I did just score another one of my pumps off ebay for about 500 off retail price.
yes, the non flowing dead ended wye's are always an issue. with a snake, it useless, but with a jetter and a camera, the roots can be cut. i find that the root ranger can be aimed into the wye and cut/blow back into the wye to cut as much as possible.
What do you think for getting roots out of now flowing wyes. Also for extra huge roots. It slid down this 4inch abs nicely, and back fine. If I yanked on it right I could get it stuck but quickly unstuck as well. This of course when you know for sure you have a straight shot.