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Old 07-20-2011, 03:06 AM   #1
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Default Multiple nozzles

Hi, I'm tying to find out if, if you fill in a some nozzles (only leaving one) then will it have greater power and greater output. I'm thinking of buying a SS scatter blast and modding the pump with my Tornado Strike (I spray painted it black and a friend decided to coat in a layer of WD-40 because it was still sticky when I put it back together) and filling in the nozzles.
My Armoury:
Super Soaker Thunderstorm (shoots to 25 ft), Super Soaker 50 (shoots to 50 ft)
To Buy (And Mod) This Year (2012):
Water Warriors Explorer, SS Electrostorm and SS Tornado Strike (REDO)
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Old 07-20-2011, 07:31 AM   #2
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Default Re: Multiple nozzles

The nozzles are arranged in a way that covering 4 will make the last one shoot up or off to the side. You could drill a hole in the middle and plug the holes, but that beats the point of a scatter blast anyway. If you want one stream, get a Bottle Blitz or Rattler.
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