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Old 12-14-2010, 09:24 AM
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how to plug exhaust valve oil inlet???

im trying to delete the exhaust valve all together. meaning taking it out of the pedestool. i am going to weld close the inlet so that it can not push any oil in to push the piston back in forth. i am doing all this because i do not want to rebuild the valve?


sooo, their are three holes in the cylinder. one in the bottom that is a drain, and two up top. now i though that both the two up top were inlet but cum to find out one is inlet and one is the drain!!!!! now how is that gonna work when they are at the same level in the cylinder and when the piston comes up i dont know how it would hold psi if the drain and the inlet are at the same level in the cylinder????

so can i just plug all the holes except for the one drain in the bottom? i think this will work. any help would be great lol

thanks
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