so i'm in a bit of a conundrum. we put in a well many years ago for one of our typical high-end homes. can't quite remember the specs but it's a good volume system, using a 2" main because of distance and I think a 3 horse pump. Anyways we of course don't use pressure switches / tanks because I like it simple and always zone accordantly and put a pressure relief valve on just in case. well the owner used us for maintenance for a while then got cheap and used a competitor, he's now seen the light and come back. while he was with the dark side they added a drip zone, which i of course never use. but regardless, they added this zone and did it by: cut main (2"), add 1" drip valve, and then a 3/4" stub for the drip line to attach to. then they ran a butt load of drip tube. long story short it's not using 1/8th the volume of water this system wants to push and then to make matters worse it's pushed up so much pressure it's blow at a elbow a couple of times. I upped the size of the pr valve but now the drip valve isn't getting enough pressure to run the stupid amount of tube. what to do? I know in my heart that the zone is trash and I won't be able to get it to work, just looking for some ideas first. I've got a higher pr valve coming to be at 100psi instead of 75 but that's still a stupid fix to me.