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    I'm always trying to think outside the box and was wondering if anyone has ever tried extending the nozzle insert on a Placediverter.I know that diameter makes a difference but it seems like you you could possibly even do a droop configuration this way.You would have to adjust the lever action action to compensate for the length.Just a thought it would be a relatively easy do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbolin View Post
    I'm always trying to think outside the box and was wondering if anyone has ever tried extending the nozzle insert on a Placediverter.I know that diameter makes a difference but it seems like you you could possibly even do a droop configuration this way.You would have to adjust the lever action action to compensate for the length.Just a thought it would be a relatively easy do.
    it would interfer with the reverse water flow if u went much longer that what they are already are the only way i could see this beeing done is with a berk "R" type nozzle and no reverse gate like some older setups used but that was a race only setup and a thing of the past personally i like my droop and "R" nozzle with a couple wedges there is no adjust on the fly capabilitys but once you are set you are set u just can show off and throw stupid huge roosts

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    Yes, we've tried many different nozzle lengths. It's pretty hard to measure any difference between them.

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