The Kapp reg is a lot more reliable than the stock reg. It looks a lot better than stock also.
The reg is a little long. It is really hard to adjust. You have to have a wrench to adjust it. If it came with a thumb adjuster instead of a smooth pice for a wrench it would be a lot better.
It is a good upgrade. But I personally would go with a reg like the jackhammer or rock that you can adjust with your hands. It makes things a lot less troublesome if you have a 3-way go out during a game.
Well i have not gotten any other products for my AutoCocker, but i did install the Rhino Reg.
Well my AutoCocker was free cus i got it from my landlord. It is about 7 years old tho. I do know what kind it is, but it does work but i have blown the tubes twice in the 3 way. I need to but an anti syphot tube if i want it to not blow anymore.
Well the regulator it came with was crap, a rusted cylinder. I had bought all the stuff i needed to be safe, Co2, and paint. I screwed in the Co2 and all of a sudden Co2 was spraying out of the reg. Well im getting off the subject so hear it is. The Rhino Reg works great. It does not break balls because you can adjust it to be really soft. The guy that installed it pulled the trigger, put his finger in the chamber and let go. It didn't leave a mark on his finger. You can also adjust how much the bold goes back. So oi its to far forward, you turn the knob and its fixed.
There is nothing bad about this Reg.
I would suggest this regulator to anybody that wants to upgrade. It works, its smooth, and it kicks butt!
Blue 99 annoed and milled Cocker with.....
-Blue 12" Dye Ultralite Barrel
-Chrome Belsales 3-way
-Chrome SMC Ram
-Blue KAPP Rhino Cocking reg
-Nickel KAPP Low Pressure Resevoir
-Blue ANS Gen-X 2 Inline Regulator
-Chrome Planet Eclipse Blade Hinge Trigger
-Blue KAPP f/x Beavertail
-Custom made bolt (better than Lightning)
-KAPP chrome ball detent
-AKALMP Tornado Valve (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!)
-Blue air hoses
-Blue Dye Sticky 3 Grips
-Blue CP Flame Drop Forward
-68/4500 PE Tank
-12v blue revvy w/ X-board
-Smaller than most regulators
I've been using this regulator for two years now, and it has not done anything wrong yet. It is a great regulator for the Autococker, and is also good for low pressure. Right now my Autococker runs at 175 psi using this regulator, so it would be a good regulator if you choose to go low pressure. Another thing is that you can find these regulators everywhere, so they aren't hard to find. They are relatively cheap, but some regulators you can find cheaper. However, those aren't very good.
Overall this is a good upgrade for your Cocker. If you want to go low pressure, this regulator is good for that.
2k cocker right feed, wgp hinge, kapp 15^ asa, kapp dz 3,14" S.S. All American, 14" & 16" dye boomies, dye stickes, turtle valve,system x veng reg, system x 91/3000 hpa, sto ram, wgp tickler lpr, belsales hollow point 3-way, 12v revvy plus more but i dont feel like typing it
There arent any
The whole thing is weak
I had one of these pieces of crap on my cocker for about a month and had nothing but problems with it. I was allways having to adjust it , a very inconsistent reg. I was not pleased at all with it after i used it. I will stick with my tickler work alot better than the rhino