Quote Originally Posted by ?ukas H?u?t?ler View Post
Awesome man, thanks. So I'm thinking of getting a 58 gpm pump. As far as I've understood, this baby would have a head of 28,5 feet, ≈ 14,25 PSI. How come smaller pumps that do like 26 gpm can produce 135 feet of head ≈ 67 PSI? Because the tubes have a smaller diameter?
Which should I go by to estimate the power, i.e. the length and solidity of the water beam, the gpm or the PSI?


Bring along an air pressurized tank with water in it. Oh yeah, they have small ones called water canons/super soakers