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  1. #1
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    Mega flo

    Picked up my mega flo evac kit today at abco,can't wait to take it for a test drive.

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    Let me know how it goes. I'm thinking of getting the setup.

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    I will as soon as I figure out how to use it,has four ports on back of manifold I have no idea what they are for. No user manual or connection diagram. I can see how to hook the suction and discharge and the short vacuum hose up, then it's got these 2 garden size hoses,I have no ideal what to do with them.maybe someone who has one will give me a clue.

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    1.) MegaFlow Gauge Manifold
    2.) 6-Foot, 3/8"FL to 1/4"FL, 3/8" Dia. Blue Hose
    3.) 6-Foot, 3/8"FL to 1/4"FL, 3/8" Dia. Red Hose
    4.) 6-Foot, 3/8"FL to 1/4"FL, 1/2" Dia. Black Hose
    5.) 6-Foot, 3/8"FL to 1/4"FL, 1/2" Dia. Black Hose
    6.) 6-Inch, 1/2"FL to 1/2"FL, 1/2" Dia. Black Hose (TEZ8 Connection Hose)
    7.) 6-Inch, 1/2"FL to 3/8"FL, 1/2" Dia. Black Hose (Universal Vacuum Pump Connection Hose)

    Two core valve removal tools
    A and B =MegaFlow Vacuum-Rated Valve Core Removal Tools

    Step 1: connect #2 to Low side of #1

    Step 2: #3 to high side #1

    Step 3: to the middle port of #1 connect either #6 if you have a 1/2 port on your vacuum pump if not connect #7 1/2 to #1 3/8 to vacuum pump.

    Step 4: connect A to suction line removing the core from the scheider valve and connect #2 to core removal A

    Step 5: Repeat step 4 using #3 and core removal B to liquid line

    Step 6: Connect #5 3/8 to vacuum pump and 1/4 to valve core removal B

    Step 7: attach a micron gauge to core removal A OR repeat step 6 with #4 to core removal A.
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    Used my megaflop speed kit today,it worked fantastically,installed new ac condenser and coil.hooked up kit,took less than 1/2 hr to pull down below 200 micron.i would have left it hooked up longer but the boss was so impressed he thought it was low enough. Was worth every penny if I keep getting these results.

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    I just got 2 of the appion core removers and 2 3/8 4 foot (maybe 3 i dunno) hoses. works good for me
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    how much did it cost you?

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    The CRT's are the most important part because they allow for complete isolation from the pump ( and whatever contraption is used to connect the pump to the system ). However , the best " contraption " to have would be a Megaflow kit for sure.

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    About 6 bills

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flashg21230 View Post
    About 6 bills
    Thanks

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