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Can I add this to the wheeling wikipedia that I'm working on? Or you can add it yourself, the link is in my sig.
The larger hole should only increase the flow volume not the pressure. You would have to play with the spring to increase the pressure and that may damage the seals in the box.
yeah, you're right...I didn't word that correctly...but, wouldn't more flow also produce a smoother, easier arc of the wheel? Of course, I have never modded a box or pump....
If you look @ the pics on replies 26 and 27, it shows exactly what the restrictor is and what it looks like. The pump is a bit dirty but just imagine the pressure hose goes into that part. Like WT said, this part is super easy. It took all of 5-10 mins from disconnecting the hose to re-attaching it.
My restrictor had two small holes like you say your does. My pump is a 94 so Ill bet they are the same series of pump. I used a 3/16" bit on mine and just drilled towards the middle. No biggy.
Got my box drilled, tapped, and bolted back up. Just need to weld on the tabs for the ram. Damn this was simple.I'm hoping the chevy pump doesn't need any mods. I'm assuming it will work as is, but we'll see very soon.
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