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Re: Help! 1030 ps converted to flow divider. No good

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Jeremy McNary

04-21-2013 16:39:52

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Ok here's two cents from another guy with an engineering degree, while I agree with him that the length of your hose can affect your flow etc I do not believe that that is the root of your problem. I looked at the parts book and as you said the original pumps were rated at 1.5 gpm and 700psi at 700 rpm. That being said they put out significantly more volume as the RPMS of the engine increased. The valve that you installed is set to 1100 psi and 2gpm at all times meaning as the rpms increase you get no increase in flow. Did it turn easily with the old pump at 700 rpms? If not I think your going to increase the flow. As I said thats just my 2 cents.

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04-23-2013 16:07:05

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 Re: Help! 1030 ps converted to flow divider. No good in reply to Jeremy McNary, 04-21-2013 16:39:52  
Going to switch the 2gpm flow divider for an adjustable unit and add a seperate relief valve. We will then adjust the flow to get the steering acting right with proper relief pressure and measure the flow to see how it ends up. Probably be next week before the parts arrive.

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04-21-2013 17:20:13

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 Re: Help! 1030 ps converted to flow divider. No good in reply to Jeremy McNary, 04-21-2013 16:39:52  
It was a heckuva lot easier than it is now. As i recall it may have gotten a little easier with extra rpm but the case pumps have a flow limiter of some kind. Problem id we dont know the full potential of one. But yes it was easier before in every scenario except when the belt slipped. Good belt and it was awesome. Just like my 730 and 830.

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