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Finally I got a two wheeler Honda. Performance is good but I was expecting more power. It handles well on concrete and on grass. It will be in the garage with the Kawis. :p

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Finally I got a two wheeler Honda. Performance is good but I was expecting more power. It handles well on concrete and on grass. It will be in the garage with the Kawis. :p

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This chart will come in handy if you want to change your pressure. Put in the right nozzle or tip to get your desired pressure.http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.industrial-equipment.biz/assets/images/information/tip-size-HP.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.industrial-equipment.biz/Information/nozzle-tip-HP.html&h=723&w=998&sz=201&tbnid=OneH3apkvbereM:&tbnh=88&tbnw=121&prev=/search?q=psi+gpm+chart&tbm=isch&tbo=u&zoom=1&q=psi+gpm+chart&usg=__MVI2I8QMsu4Db2HvSeWmrGm-0OI=&docid=4WXG3B6XmP-g0M&sa=X&ei=T931UdO3C6KoiQLc34DYCA&ved=0CEQQ9QEwAw&dur=395

The numbers at the top of the chart is the psi and the numbers in the center are gpm The numbers in blue on the left side are nozzle orfice size. So if you have a 3500psi 5gpm machine and want to lower the pressue to 1500psi. Just go to the top of the chart and find 1500 then take your finger and go straight down until you come to the closest number to 5 without going over. Then take your finger and go left to the blue number.Thats gives you the orfice size of the nozzle you need. You can change the pressure but the gallons per minute stay the same. Then you just choose the fan width. 15 degree or a yellow tip 25 degree or a green tip 40 degree or a white tip. Stay away from a 0 degree or a red tip it will destroy anything you use it on.
 

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This chart will come in handy if you want to change your pressure. Put in the right nozzle or tip to get your desired pressure.http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.industrial-equipment.biz/assets/images/information/tip-size-HP.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.industrial-equipment.biz/Information/nozzle-tip-HP.html&h=723&w=998&sz=201&tbnid=OneH3apkvbereM:&tbnh=88&tbnw=121&prev=/search?q=psi+gpm+chart&tbm=isch&tbo=u&zoom=1&q=psi+gpm+chart&usg=__MVI2I8QMsu4Db2HvSeWmrGm-0OI=&docid=4WXG3B6XmP-g0M&sa=X&ei=T931UdO3C6KoiQLc34DYCA&ved=0CEQQ9QEwAw&dur=395

The numbers at the top of the chart is the psi and the numbers in the center are gpm The numbers in blue on the left side are nozzle orfice size. So if you have a 3500psi 5gpm machine and want to lower the pressue to 1500psi. Just go to the top of the chart and find 1500 then take your finger and go straight down until you come to the closest number to 5 without going over. Then take your finger and go left to the blue number.Thats gives you the orfice size of the nozzle you need. You can change the pressure but the gallons per minute stay the same. Then you just choose the fan width. 15 degree or a yellow tip 25 degree or a green tip 40 degree or a white tip. Stay away from a 0 degree or a red tip it will destroy anything you use it on.

Useful information. Now I can wash the dog without splitting it in half. :yeahsmile:
 

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I have a John Deere Power Washer

and it has A HONDA Engine :interesting:

Had a John Deere lawn tractor and it had a kawasaki engine. So it was actually the first kawasaki i ever owned.
 
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