We'll, last night November 8th Kyle and I made our first snow! We were blowing for between 2 and 3 hours. We got about an inch of snow over a really big area (20' x 10'). When we gathered it all up and made an inrun we were ready! It was super fast and we FLEW off the jumps. Too bad we only have a really little hill. Anyways, here are some pictures. I've shrunken these.
I need to know how you make that much. It looked like there was a ton of water spraying out in a beam with the mist. Is that true or is that just how the picture makes it look? I was gonna make an inrun with my friend at 12 or 1 am last night but we decided we probly needed more snow. What PSI was the compressor putting out and about how much was the air valve opened? My compressor was only putting out 38-40 PSI and I had the air valve about 3/4 open. My water valve was hardly open at all. Only maybe 1/8 or less. Does it sound like I need more air?
SkiRoundtop, I think you need some more air from the soudns of things. No water really comes out of the gun. It's just a really fine mist that blows/drifts around. It dosnt turn into snow unill a little bit later as it floats to the ground. You should be able to open your water valve lots more if you want to be able to blow a lot of snow. I think the air is your problem
Dude, it flurried! I was driving home from school and I saw our first snow flakes of the season and started screaming! :) The kid I was giving a ride home to was like uh, woah, calm down - you're wierd.
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yeah, it was snowing because it was much colder up in the sky than it was below.. If i blew off of my roof 60 feet up I probably could have made snow.. Too bad I only have a 50ft air hoes, and there were 70 mph winds.