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#21

First day using this injector. All I can say is… it’s awesome


#22

Just give it another six months and when you sit down and realize you haven’t messed with an injector since in anyway shape or form you might shed a tear.


#23

Is this an xjet or mjet?


#24

X jet and M5jet are both xjets. This is neither one. This is simply a DS injector with an orifice to meter chem induction.


#25

I can’t find it on their website


#26

The links I used were in the YouTube description


#27

Got it thanks


#28

Couldn’t agree more, have 3 in tool box as well. Thanks for continual updates and recommendations, to help us stay efficient and profitable… “AWESOME VID”


#29


If I understand correctly about sizing down, this would be the choice for 4K 4gpm right? @squidskc


#30

I would assume so. Just make sure to do a bucket test and test a couple proportioners. The gray proportioner may be perfect like it is for 7’s and 8 gpms, but 4 gpm’s pull a little stronger mix by nature if I remember correctly so a test is definitely suggested.


#31

Thanks! I’ll order it and let you guys know how it works.


#32

I’ve read before to step down one size of injector, but never really understood why. You’d think the manufacturer would know what size injector works best with a certain flow rate. I too bought one of these injectors but haven’t used it yet, as my GP high draw is still working fine. I’m using the GP high draw on a 4000/4gpm machine in the 3-5 gpm model with 150 ft of hose and I’m pulling about 9-1.


#33

I also have the GP hi draw injector and having the same results. I would sure love to skip the mixing part though!


#34

No mixing would be nice, but do you think you could get a richer draw rate with a smaller orifice injector? I don’t know, I’m just asking as I’ve never tried. 9-1 seems pretty stout to me as far as injectors go, and that’s what I’m getting with a 3-5 gpm injector. Will a 2-3 give me a richer mix?


#35

What exactly is the reason for stepping down an injector size? Is it supposed to increase your draw? Or is it for a different reason? I thought it was done to increase draw. Am I way off?


#36

Increase draw and reduce issues with hose length I believe.


#37

I see, that’s what I thought. I’m gonna have to buy a 2-3 gpm just to test this theory. I’d be surprised if a smaller orifice gives me a richer mix.


#38

Yes. If you’re already getting 9-1 I wouldn’t bother. I am not sure what the max is but that has to be close.


#40

I also run a 4gpm, I get 9:1 with the GP 3-5gpm just like you, and I get 7:1 with the 2-3. I run 250ft of hose no issues with either. I also have another injector that I get 16:1 with, I usually just run that with straight SH and its great.


#41

It must just restrict the water to get the 7-1 rather than pull more chemical. If that’s the case you’d be sacrificing gpm’s to gain a tighter ratio. Or maybe it has something to do with the pressures before and after the injector. It’s all a guess, and pretty irrelevant to me since I’m getting 9-1 with a 3-5 gpm injector, which works for everything I’m doing.