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Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Cape Girardeau, MO
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I've seen something on here before about the check valve... They apparently thought that the waves from the injectors might line up and create a big wave. They guy said the only way he could wrap his brain around it (and for me too) is that, get a kick board and go in a pool. Go in and kick your legs. Look behind you occasionally the waves will line up and distorted it a bit. Now put a board(check valve) under you. Kick in the water, you notice that the waves no longer line up anymore..
Course I may not remember right, but I think that is what he said. He also said that he heard this from someone eles and may still be wrong.. But for me it makes sense and has really bothered much since, still wonder why though. No one eles has it in there engines..
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