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Thread: MQ Vavle

  1. #41
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    Looks good

    Looking good and I hope one day there will be one for my karni lol

  2. #42
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    One suggestion, have a threaded spot on the valve for a set screw, to stop rotation, much the same as the hammer lug, help limit people chopping wires off

  3. #43
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    That will be a thing of the past. With the new design you only plug in wire once valve has been installed. And with the new frame we designing there will be no cables.
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  4. #44
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    so will it work with a karnivor or will you need to make a spacer and what is the time line on these

  5. #45
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    Does the valve screw into the jam nut threads?

  6. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charger View Post
    Does the valve screw into the jam nut threads?
    It looks like the valve pictured is 11/16th

  7. #47
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    Anxiously waiting for this.

  8. #48
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    Was on holiday only got back today. Fabricators got back to me and can only make a sample early next year as they shutting down.
    So till then guys cya
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  9. #49
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    I'm interested too, esp in 11/16" valves.

  10. #50
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    Hi All. It has been over a decade since I've posted on most forums, but I wanted to let you all know that I have a seriously updated version of the mQ Valve built in CAD and flow tested using CFD. The only thing is that I have no time to build it and test it. If anyone is serious about making a new version of the mQ valve I would be happy to work with you. Here are the conditions though: 1. You have to be serious about it....not just for fun, but you need to really want to make something of value and be willing to take pride in it. 2. You need the capability to actually prototype and test them before building for others. It took Kerry and I months to get the first versions ready for others to use. 3. You have to be willing to work with me a bit on it (at least talk me through your prototypes over the phone). 4. You need to keep the mQ as part of the name on it (duh). I'm not looking for much in the way of compensation....maybe just a valve and a cocker to put it in.

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