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    Hydrolic Diverter Pump ? Who makes the fastest responding unit? Full up to full down. Who's pumps can handle 24volts?

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    have you tried ultradyne?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squirtin Thunder View Post
    Hydrolic Diverter Pump ? Who makes the fastest responding unit? Full up to full down. Who's pumps can handle 24volts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by moneysucker View Post
    WHy not use Air?
    Thats not a bad idea, do you have any more details? Like the pump, solenoids etc.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MudPumper View Post
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    Yep.. Fuelinmyveins here on the boards switched over to one a couple years ago and it's a much better/quicker/reliable unit than the Bennet pumps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RCB19 View Post
    Yep.. Fuelinmyveins here on the boards switched over to one a couple years ago and it's a much better/quicker/reliable unit than the Bennet pumps.
    And a total nightmare to wire up if you want to use anything nice as far as an up/down button. Done 2 of them.

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    To make it "air" it needs to be either co2 or nitrogen, we run co2 systems at the river. I wouldnt do it on a lake or river boat, you will regret it.

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    If using a CO/air system, you would need up / down position stops, because there is nothing to keep the nozzle from changing position, besides pressure.
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    Just by using a power relay for the trim pump, and short as practical hyd lines, you would be suprized how quick a diverter can be
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    Are there any affordable alternative pump/solenoid units? ideally a self contained 12v? I considered (still am) using an automotive power steering pump with an electronic solenoid. the solenoids are about $100 new, the pumps are cheap from junkyard or parts store. The rest is plumbing fittings/hoses/wiring/switches. http://www.northerntool.com/webapp/w...9569_200329569

    the only drawback is the power steering pump is soaking up a couple horsepower all the time. It may be possible to reduce the pressure or RPM so it soaks up less power. I doubt the diverter cylinder needs very much pressure or flow.
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    i'd like to see someone use the water pressure coming from the jet pump. its andendless supply of h20 when the engine is running, even at idle.

    t-out of the inlet line to a pressure regulator with an overboard dump, use a 12-volt solenoid valve to control the water flow to either side of a stainless steel hydraulic cylinder. should work fine.

    why not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclone View Post
    i'd like to see someone use the water pressure coming from the jet pump. its andendless supply of h20 when the engine is running, even at idle.

    t-out of the inlet line to a pressure regulator with an overboard dump, use a 12-volt solenoid valve to control the water flow to either side of a stainless steel hydraulic cylinder. should work fine.

    why not?
    Never thought of that.....sounds doable.

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    Why would you need a quicker responding up/down than a Bennett?
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