I'm trying to solve a theory I have on how a stream of water is affected by Gravity, GPM, Pressure and other factors, can anyone give me some guidance? The problem: I am trying to find a way to shoot a stream of water as far as possible at an angle of approximately 85 Degrees. The only things that I can think of that affects the distance I can shoot the stream of water besides wind and other acts of nature that I can't control are, pressure, the GPM flow of the water, The barrelling of the tip, the orafice size of the tip and the length of the tips barrel itself. If I am correct, which of these factors should I change, to increase the distance that I can shoot a stream of water using 3,500 PSI at 5.5 gallons of water per minute, since it's not possible to change the Gravity problem, the GMP or the PSI? The barrelling of the tip? The orafice size of the tip? The length of the tips barrel itself? Or is there something else that I've missed?