1. Willoguhbeast1

    Willoguhbeast1 Active Member

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    So I got a chance to grab up a prochem performer with the 45 blower or sutorbilt 4mp to be exact I understand they have about 400 cfm what is the optimal hose run? I currently have 175 foot of 2 inch hose that came with it just curious what the cfm would drop to at that distance if it would any at all?

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  2. Joe cool

    Joe cool Well-Known Member

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    My Bruin preformer has a # 4 blower and its fine for 150 -200 all day long with no loss of performance , 250 it slows down a bit but has plenty of vac to get things clean .
     
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  3. Anderson

    Anderson Active Member

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    Depends on the size of the engine!!!!
     
  4. Willoguhbeast1

    Willoguhbeast1 Active Member

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    Size 45 with the Nissan a12 engine 32 hp

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  5. Willoguhbeast1

    Willoguhbeast1 Active Member

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    Sweet!

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  6. Cameron RDS

    Cameron RDS Well-Known Member

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    175 should be no problem. I'd say 250 should be no problem too

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  7. Anderson

    Anderson Active Member

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    Go w the 4,5 blower it will get mor.e vac
     

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