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I love this reg.. Once you get its awesomeness all the way broken in, its consistancy is insanly good..The first day it was jumping around, like most regs before it was broken in.. not exactly inconsistant, just fps changing slowly gradually..Like at first i got it to 280fps, then next came it was at like 300fps, turned it down to 280fps..next game i got back and its like 250fps..Then on the second day of use, it owned..I got it to around the 270fps area, and then shot a few..and it's like +/- 1 or 2 fps..its crazy.. 270,270,272,271,270..i love it..It also recharges faaaast, never drops off or anything..
CP Regs are amazing..The price is pretty good too.. $75..i while ago that seemed like alot for a good reg, but now thats a good deal for something this awesome..I mean like detonators, 2litres, there like $100+, and you definetally dont need anything better than the CP Reg.
i noticed that you have an 04 autococker vertical just like me, also i am planning on getting the cp reg and putting a dye guage on it. my question is, what is your dye guage set at. is it a 300psi, 750psi, or 1500psi guage? thanks for your help.
It really depends on your complete setup. Right now, on my new eblade cocker, it's WAY under what yours would be. Get the 750psi gauge. I wouldnt actually recommend a dye gauge, sometimes they screw up. Your cocker will probably run between 300-350 psi. If it's pretty much stock..
quote:Originally posted by nighthawk0501 Is the cp reg low pressure only?
At stock, it is 0 - 500 psi output. Beyond 500, according to CP, they have high pressure pistons. In the comments of DW_Justin's review, Uziel Gal has more details about that. The max input pressure is 900 psi. I got the other info from CP's site under tech area. Hope that helps.
Last edited on Tuesday, March 29th, 2005 at 11:07 pm PST