Comes in 4 different versions: Inline for remote tanks setups ($65), Side-Line for direct input to Automag ($70), Female for remote or on-gun bottom line ($75) and Male (pictured) for bottom line with direct input to standard ASA ($95).
The Palmers Pursuit Shop Stabilizer Regulator is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
This (IMO) is the best regulator available. It has a super fast recharge rate and handles Co2 great. I have one installed on both of my low pressure spyders. (male version) It keeps my FPS very consistant.
I wouldn't say the price is bad, but it is a little up there.
I feel that this is the best regulator on the market today within the 100.00 price range. You definately get what you pay for with the stabilizer. No disappointments here.
I have the female (bottomline version). This has gotta be one of the best upgrades for any gun, period. Installation is fairly easy (it took me about 25-45 minutes), the manual is good enough to get you through installation. It performs awesome and then some. I have no idea how but this upgrade made my gun so much quieter it's unreal (it probably has something to do with the ping in the tank). It makes the shots more consistent by well, regulating the CO2's veloctiy. My accuracy dropped from about a six inch diameter to about a four (at around fifty feet away, using the same paint). To the naked eye the velocity seemed more consistent (I can't give you numbers because I have yet to put it through a chronograph), minus the one rare ball that makes you scratch your head and wander.
I'll get back to you. Okay I'm back. It says that the Stabilizer costs what 75, which is true but you also have to buy a special adapter to put it on as a bottomline which costs a 19 if I remember right, and that makes a grand total of 91 which is kind of deceiving if you ask me. That and the fact that Palmers is a one shop deal and the internet (www.palmer-pursuit.com), so they are a small biz, which is a shame 'cause these guys are awesome.
Not much to say here except go to their store at Development Drive #3 (it's south of I5 and East of Norwood), Sacramento Ca. and buy yourself one in whatever style female (bottomline), male (vertical), on gun (mag only), or gas thru stock, and color black, blue, etc. Or if you don't live near Sac. get one off the net (www.palmer-pursuit.com). You'll thank me latter.
Would have got a 10 but the friggin bracket needed for a bottomline costs an extra 19 bucks! And this is more of a plea than a pet peeve- Palmers do yourself a favor and expand or at least ship Palmer stuff to other stores.
First off, it's made by Palmer's Pursuit. That in itself is enough for me. I have a vertical setup mounted to my Blazer(World's greatest semi IMHO). The reg never has any problems keeping up with my rapid fire and is extremely consistent. With my guage hooked up and firing about 9 bps, the needle was a blur, varying only about 5 PSI fom my setting.
During rapid fire it tends to get cold-REALLY cold. But the absolute lack of any inconsistencies in recharge of flow make up for it.
This is by far the best reg out there. The performance easily outdoes the stuff from Air America(Also great gear-I have a Violator), and can keep your 'gun running smoothly even in very cold conditions. Using the Stabilizer to keep velocity constant is a godsend, with +/- 3 FPS being the norm with my 'gun. I recommend this Reg to anyone, for HP or LP use, and especially on closed-bolt semis like Palmer's 'guns or Cockers. Just be sure to wear gloves(JT Premier 2K's rule!). I suggest checking out the Palmer page (www.palmer-pursuit.com), as Glenn's got some seriously trick stuff for Cockers and, of course, his line of custom semi-autos.