I’m not a fan for some reasons, one because the owner rubbed me the wrong way when speaking to him. That’s just a personal thing… but his claims were wild about how much more flow you get… but his unit is configured just like most people set up their bypass… wrong. I believe having the injector in the loop like racer does because it just make sense for the flow to cut straight through instead of hitting all the 90’s to go around the injector.
Plus I have a schertz box already for starting and stopping soap remotely with the benefit of it rinsing the injector out every time i stop soap. So no need for a remote bypass I’ll never use.
So that’s my reasons for not liking it.
A bypass does give you about a 1/2 gallon of extra flow but… on a 8 gpm machine, I don’t necessary find myself using the bypass too much unless I have a huge area to surface clean and I want the absolute best flow it can possibly give me… but I barely notice the difference. I already bought a bypass so I’m going to use it but. Whenever I do bypass the injector I also bypass my hose reel and use a unloader block for 2 less 90’s for flow. But again, I barely notice a difference so… I don’t see the benifit already owning a schertz box.
If I need to turn my bypass then right after I get my surface cleaner off the rig I just turn the valve right there and I’m off. No point in turning the valve open remotely when I can do it right there. Because once I turn the valve to bypass, I have no reason to turn it back on. I’m not downstreaming anything while I surface clean… so… when I’m done, I put my surface cleaner away and twist the valve closed to soap again if I need to… Just my thoughts.