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Hi Catorce,
what's the difference in Your design that requires an orifice larger than the equivalent OEM part? The concept looks pretty straightforward to me.
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luca
The flow characteristics are different because I have to maintain the same barrel OD as the factory, but the barrel INSIDE DIAMETER on mine is different because I'm using steel and I have to accommodate the threads for the cap. In my testing, if I used the same orifice as stock, my flow was slightly less. Bumping the orifice size up made the flow the same.
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Old 12-21-2017, 08:08 AM
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Catorce

My understanding is the 993 turbo squirters were different then the others by flowing more via a larger orifice. How do your squirters flow compaired to the turbo versions? When will these be available for purchase?

I think you have a great product. Just about every other engine I have worked on had removable squirters that you can get into and clean if needed. It always bothered me about the 911 squirters and how flakey the testing can be when doing a rebuild.
So the only squirters I was never able to get my hands on were 993 turbo squirters, so the answer is I don't know. I think by varying the orifice size on mine, you could get the same flow. I could easily make a 3.0mm orifice that would outflow anything Porsche makes.

Oh, AVAILABLE NOW! I have 20 sets, already sold a set.
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Very cool. When will they be available?

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Available RIGHT NOW! I have 19 sets left, 9 oversize and 10 standard. I can make more anytime, the machine shop is ready to produce another 20 sets or however many I tell them to.

Because of the patent taking so long, I basically went all through the prototype and testing phase with the machine shop and already made the first batch.
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