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mars53
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Chris, thank you for the chart. I will be setting up my Raptor Flare 2.0 tomorrow for a first time tryout and will use your chart to see my GPH.

divinghawk
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Great info ! Thanks for sharing .

Rebelhead
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Very nice.

johnedoe
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To be accurate you need to calibrate your 5 gal bucket…. Most are 5 1/2 gallons some a bit more….

24kprospecting
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24kprospecting

close enough

Shempstir
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Thanks Chris for the chart! I personally like to calculate my GPM and GPH. The formula I use is as follows:

(gals/secs)x 60 = GPM
(gals/secs)x 3600 = GPH

Happy Prospecting

Ace4166
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Great info to have thanks Chris.

Rockethands
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Rockethands

That chart is cool as for checking sluice angle.

Bookie
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Thanks, Chris. A subject that has been difficult for me. I’ve tried to calculate this in my head a few different ways, but nothing seems as simple or as close as your method.

ChrisR
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Just picked up a Pacer Transfer pump that runs 9000 GPH and have had no idea exactly how much I was running, this will be helpful for my testing, thanx!

scrapper2
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Great thanks for the info.

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