Down Nozzle Comparisons

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  1. c_adgent

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    Which Nozzle bodies is everyone using? We have played with Kinsler, Enderle & Waterman on the flow bench, just wondering what's everyone's take on atomization characteristics & flow rates of the different designs.
     
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    What did you find out about the three on the flow bench. Any difference?
     
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    Is this a nitro or an alcohol setup? Have you thought about trying something like the Davenport ‘enforcer’ atomization nozzle? I am curious of your results as well, have you tried different nozzles from each? Some style nozzles will have a bigger or smaller hole through the nozzle depending on what your doing with the nozzle.
     
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    Anybody have a pic of the Enforcer nozzle mentioned above?
     
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    Smoke and mirrors. Seen on a dyno. Not worth anything. Those were designed about 15 years ago according to the guy running the dyno.
     
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    We have seen a noticeable difference in the atomization just between the bodies with a smaller thru hole vs a larger hole. On the Enderle style bodies, the shorter ones seem to have a nicer spray pattern. The Kinslers are the most impressive we’ve played with but I’m certain there’s something better out there.
     
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