Maximum input(psi): 900
Output range(psi): 200-600
Gas type: N2/HPA or CO2
Does not come with it's own gauge, the gauge measures output psi. Gauge should be mounted on side where the spring can not be seen. Threading is 1/8" female and is a ASA vertical. Comes in Nickel or Black. Nickel usually costs more.
The Bob Long Torpedo Regulator is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
68/3000 pure energy
1)Dragunfire, 16" demon, 12" teardrop, lapco drop, blue sprint frame, new version torpedo, milled so it looks like a timmy
2)some brass eagle thing
Easy pressure adjustments, looks great, great consistency, gauge port
Not to comfortable to hold
great product, extremly easy to adjust the output pressure all you have to do is stick a allen wrech in the bottom and turn. i loved the gauge port, lets you see you output preesure not the input like some others, i have the new version adn it looks pretty sweet, it has a high pressure range making it great for lots of guns, and it cheaper than alot of other regs, and CO2 works pretty well with, my guns capped a 13 so im not hittin anywere near the rate the thing can go without shoot down:P
Great product, you can find them pretty cheap, i found mine in the trade forums here for 35 shipped
j&j ceramic 14" , Bob Long torpedo
Shocktech Supafly bolt, Empire reloader
32 deg spring kit, Pyscho Ballistics drop
pure energy 48/3k
Price, looks, it does work.
Guage screw , adjustment screw
I bought this regulator mainly due to price and the reviews i had seen. I got it, installed it, and tested it out. I first had to tighten the adjustment screw all the way in so it would close my valve and then if i tried to back it out , i found that it was crossthreaded (no biggie it had to be all in so i could use it). I bought a gauge to put in, but I COULD NOT GET THE SCREW TO BUDGE. I read that some people sent theirs in for replacement but i bent two allen wrenches and stripped the screw , ordered new reg waiting for it to arrive.
Decent product, i will not buy another one but you might have more luck than i did. Other than what i wrote it did perform for me nicely!
Dark Timmy Frenzied, Cp reg, Reloader B, Check it on/off, Freak kit
Regulator quality inconsistent
Within a week of purchase, the reg on my Dark Intimidator developed a groove causing it to break down. The same thing happened to my brother's Lasoya. Additionally, the regulator changes speed during play, +/- 1oo feet per second. The store i brought it from was willing to repair or replace it, but i was not willing to go back every day so i decided to buy a different reg.
If you are in the market for a regulator, don't buy this one.
Bob Long torpedo reg
16" night stick barrel
new designs high performance valve
dead on products drop forward
ricochet ak hopper
and hopefully an acs bolt soon
Good looking and fuctional
It isn't that comfy
I had purchased this reg as an upgrade and to start with i couldn't get the plug out of the hole to put a guage in it. this made me awfully mad but i returned it and asked them if they could get it out or give me another one. well leaving and then getting home and they called and said that they had gotten it out. they had another one in the store and it was the same way. but after i had bent allen wrenches to get it out i don't know how they did but they did. then after that everything went great. hooked up my macroline from drop forward to it and no leaks and got the operating pressure at about 500 psi because i don't buy the low pressure thing for a spyder. i can get around 1400-1500 shots out of a 20 oz and about 1000 out of a 68 3000 psi system. so gas efficiency is a lot better.
I have no problem with the reg other than a stubborn plug. other than that it is a great reg. go buy one if you want to be able to use co2 and compressed air.
My lousy ergo blew and another reg I had died, but I LOVE the torpedo.
Cocker, OTP Barrel system, the awesome, low maintenance, and affordable torpedo reg, revvy and 47/3k.
Easy to adjust, maintain, and attach. Excellent consistency.
Air line connection is high up, but not a real big problem.
Man, what else can I say? This is an awesome reg that you'll use forever on any gun you own. Great for spyders, tippmans, and cockers, as well as just about every high end gun you can think of. The thing looks great in either timmy black or sexy chrome and takes to macro line like a fat kid to cake. Easy to adjust via a bottom screw and a very short break in period make this reg one of my personal faves. If you need a reg for any marker set-up, look no further. This one comes with Bob Long's personal stamp of approval, which is good enough for me. Find one. Buy it. Love it. That's it.
Go buy this reg. I have yet to see anybody's go down and I know lots of players that use 'em. Get yours now!
Easy to clean/disassemble
None really...there are better regs out there, but not for the price.
I used the Torpedo on my Timmy, on which it comes stock. It's a great reg; no shootdown/consistency issues, and gets even better after the break-in period, as with every reg. It's very easy to adjust, and as easy to disassemble and clean/rebuild.
There are only a few gripes I might have; namely, the output fitting is on the side, which makes it more uncomfortable than, say, a CP reg or a Sidewinder that has the fitting on the bottom...w/e. At least it's not as atrociously uncomfortable as the WGP Ergo reg, which is designed to be comfortable but ironically has the worst hose placement ever, and gets even worse when using a gauge.
Also on the Torpedo, you can only put the hose on one of the output holes, so that might pose a placement problem...but it should work with most guns.
A great affordable omnigas reg...there's a reason it comes stock on Timmies; it's one of the best.
* Very cool looking
* Easily strippable
* Very consistent ( even with c02)
I have yet to find any.
The BL Torp. reg is an awsome reg for anyone who would want a cheap reg that works great with c02/ n2. My first few shots wit this reg were: 284-287 and it wasnt broken in yet. It usually takes I figure about 3000 shots to fully break it in. The lightning milling on this reg. is very cool looking. It is recommended that you lube the o-ring inside the reg before you use it so you'll need to know how to take it apart. Pretty simple, there's a place in the middle of the reg where it can separate in two. Inside, you should find an o-ring on the piston, lube this o-ring with some Dow 33 and then put the reg back together. If you need to adjust this reg, turning the screw at the bottom clockwise will result in a higher velocity and turning it counter- clockwise will result in a lower velocity.
This reg. is very good. Its a nice, cheap and consistent reg. Other alternatives would be, Palmer Stab., CP reg, Sidewinder, etc..
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, September 6th, 2004 at 2:02 pm PST
Freak Barrel kit
88/4500 crossfire stubby
Custom dual battery Halo B
CP adjustable ram cap
Fast recharge rate
Variety of available pressured
New non-coded springs arent as good as the old orange ones
I first bought one for my intimidator, then bought another one for my spyder. The intimidator one worked fine, but the spyder one didnt. It would creep and my velocity would be pretty screwy. Turns out that the bad one had a silver spring and the good one had orange. I called up blast and they sent me a new spring immediatly. Now I have 2 perfect torpedo regs. They take both HPA and CO2, which is perfect for my spyder(although I would recomend a/sing your CO2, especially if youre using any reg).
Definately worth the money, but only get it if your marker runs under 600 psi.
blue Spyder victor body
Cp 1 piece barrel
black raised sight rail
Supa Fly delren bolt
Dark horizon Ti hammer
Torp reg set at 230psi 300fps
Physco Drop forward
Ipi 2.0 Esp frame
dye gen 3 stickies
check it sweetspot trigger 1mm pull
pmi 72ci 3k
Terrible with co2
6fps diff at chrono max, usualy aroud 3 though
Good Reg does what it should, great for guns shooting at or below 400 after being worn in, at the crono it is fairly consistent....helps with accuracy allot.
But the bad, i ran out of Hpa and my field doesn't fill it so i used a spare 9oz, now I HAD a bob long guage 300psi one, but with co2 on there for 500 shoots (not quick shots over an hour or so) it creeped up to what im guessing was 600psi.....ruining my guage, and compromising my rocket valve (not supposed go over 500psi). It was my fault i guess, but i know now to Throughly Lube this thing....i use white lithium grease its like 3 dollars for a HUGE TUB of it so i lube after 500 shots when running co2 to be safe, otherwise about 2000 or day of play with hpa. its very easy to strip down....i have a socket screwdriver in my tool kit just for it, i can strip and lube it in less than 5 minutes...easy for in between games when necessary
I recommend Buying this....and lubeing it often. its great for the price, HAs fairly quick recharge, it keeps up at 13bps without to much shoot down. 9 because its good on hpa, but not on co2 but for the price its AWSOME!
Black Magic Regulator
CIP Powerstation Regulator
much much more......
-APM Tigershark Bolt
-J&J Ceramic 16 inch
-Mag modded trigger w/ 50g IS switch
-Bob Long Torpedo
-Psycho Ballistics on/off Drop Forward
-excellent with Co2, good for N2
-May be hard to hold for HUGE hands
I use this regulator on my TES and i've used it for two outings. It doesn't ice up very easily, and provides good consistency and recharge rate when firing. If you have bigger hands, you may have a problem holding it without your pinky finger hanging off.
It works excellent with my C02, and is pretty good on N2.
Have c02? Consider this when buying one. If you ever want to upgrade to n2, it still works well with it.