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 Post subject: X10 price?
PostPosted: Thu Nov 02, 2017 12:37 am 
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Website banner mentions they are available 'from as little as ' £64. Is this a error as once looking at the list the lowest with all options removed is £88.
Just looking at options to either replace or servoce my old pulsioids that have started leaking (fuel).


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 Post subject: Re: X10 price?
PostPosted: Wed Nov 22, 2017 7:29 pm 
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Hi, being new to nitrous this might seem like a dumb question, but exactly how long do solenoids last and do pulseoids offer a longer life?

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loggyboy wrote:
Website banner mentions they are available 'from as little as ' £64. Is this a error as once looking at the list the lowest with all options removed is £88.
Just looking at options to either replace or servoce my old pulsioids that have started leaking (fuel).



I could've sworn I replied to this once before, but try looking in the used section of the site where sometimes refreshed Pulsoids can be had for cheap: they are practically brand new and tested prior to sale.


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DaJagFather wrote:
Hi, being new to nitrous this might seem like a dumb question, but exactly how long do solenoids last and do pulseoids offer a longer life?


Generic U.S. solenoids from Parker (used by nearly all, if not all, other nitrous companies) can fail in as few as 10 cycles or fail without even 1 cycle, whereas Pulsoids are tested at a minimum of 1 million cycles without signs of wear. I've had my X-10s for about 3 years at over 35hz with 100% dependability.

I've seen Parker solenoids used on coffee makers installed on commercial aircraft, and they routinely failed.


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