Hi Mike I shouldn’t image the flow rate would be much different between water and Jet A , they’re both of similar viscosity , flow does change a bit withracketmotorman
John - Thanks for calculations. I've been busy calculating different nozzles also doing a lot of welding on that duct.I think I will use a system similar tomearly22
They work just fine at those pressure for years, im running one with waste oil at 600psi, its a 2 stage version but handles it no problem. I also used the samesteven.bmw850
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