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post #11 of 43
awwww, no more pics.

Thanks though, will take a look when they're back up
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awwww, no more pics.

Thanks though, will take a look when they're back up
Odd ... should be there ... linked from my own personal webspace.
Shows up for me.
post #13 of 43
Only the first pic isn't up for me.. others are fine. Btw, NICE JOB.
You shoudl also do a test with other pumps then we'll have a good comparison.

EDIT: All pics up and working again.
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Only the first pic isn't up for me.. others are fine. Btw, NICE JOB.
You shoudl also do a test with other pumps then we'll have a good comparison.
Thanks !

A great idea, but I don't have access to ( or the funds to purchase ) other pumps for testing purposes.
post #15 of 43
Yeah I cant see the pic's now either Joe, they were showing up a few minutes ago...

EDIT: Never mind I can see them again now...
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Yeah I cant see the pic's now either Joe, they were showing up a few minutes ago...

EDIT: Never mind I can see them again now...
Well that's just downright weird ...

I'm hosted through Network Solutions ... should be a good connection.
post #17 of 43
It was probably just some kind of little glitch,it might of been on our server here, I see them fine again now.
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The results make me want to scream rape. I wish we had this info available about six months ago. Good job and looking forward for the results on the 480GTX.
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post #19 of 43
That's two different test (CrazyJoe and Martin) with two somewhat conflicting results. That calls for more testing. It would be nice if you could get the pumps directly from the manufacturer - and certified. That way you can be sure the test pumps are performing to specs
post #20 of 43
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That's two different test (CrazyJoe and Martin) with two somewhat conflicting results. That calls for more testing.
Agreed.
The only difference I could see between Martin's and mine was the voltage used. Quite possibly the extra voltage did give the pump an extra boost, but it should have done the same for the Vario as well. It may be possible that the 13.8 volts brought the Basic closer to the Vario.

Vario:
Setting 1 = 29"
Setting 2 = 51.5" ( increase of 22.5" = 77.58% increase from setting 1 )
Setting 3 = 78.5" ( increase of 27" = 52.42% increase from setting 2 )
Setting 4 = 115.5" ( increase of 37" = 47.13% increase from setting 3 )
Setting 5 = 150" ( increase of 34.5" = 29.87% increase from setting 4 )



The increases aren't going up at equal percentages at all, and it is possible the the Vario reaches an upper limit even with increased voltage while the basic still has a lot of headroom.

Once it warms up around here ( inch of snow today, high of 20, wind-chill of 8 ) I plan to do some testing with some kicked up voltage as well. Replace the ground with the -5volt rail to give myself approximately 16-17 volts.
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