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.
Smart Parts AA barrel 14 AA & 16 Teardrop fronts / Dye Stainless 12
Bob Long Torpedo
Bob Long VA adapter
Maddman Rocket Valve
32 Spring kit
Dead on Paintball Drop Forward
Empire Reloader w/ Java feed neck.
20 oz. Pure Energy w/ wasatch ballers siphon kit
ummmm, regulates gas
My gun is very consistent after installing this and the Bob Long vertical adapter (larger holes than stock). Definitely better than stock. Im currently running 275 psi and am consistently getting 270-275 fps.
Good grip too.
On my spyder, the gauge port/gauge is positioned in a 45 degree angle so it kinda gets in the way. No biggie.
Didn't come with instructions but you do not really need to be a rocket scientist to figure out how it works.
Highly Recommended. Cheap, looks good and does its job well. You can't go wrong with this.
Check out otterscustoms' review in his project LP page for more tech data.
Good reg with CO2 and N2. Good Looking. Very fast recharge.
Max pressure of 600, not great for blowbacks.
Awesome reg. Easily adjustable, nice looking, a great overall reg. Bob Long has done a great job with this reg. It comes in both black and chrome, so it will match most all color schemes. Taking this reg apart is a breeze. It also has a guage port, which is always handy.
This is the best reg for a budget player. Excellet reg, do buy it.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 31st, 2004 at 10:42 am PST
E99, Bob Long Torpedo, CiP 15* assault block, poormans lighting bolt, dye 12" SS
Made my E-99 quieter and more accurate, greater range, and consistant
kinda small, hard to use as a grip
Great product, i never had any problems except when i first got it, i forgot to teflon tape my gauge which was on my CiP assault block so the regulator froze but it didnt damage it in any way, it made my e-99 quieter and more accurate, although it takes maybe 500 rounds or less if ur lucky to get it set perfectly, it works great after the trial and error period for setting the pressure and velocity of ur gun, i like to keep my gun running at about 300-400 psi i use long range shots and i dont have a chrono but all my friends agree when we play that our velocity is at a good setting so i can run at 350psi and be very accurate, quieter, get longer range, and not have to worry about c02 peaks which usually ends up meaning ur cleaning ur barrel but i have not had this problem yet, even with cheap paint, now the reg doesnt have alot to do with the paint but if ur barrel set up is perfect and u still break balls its the mechanism/ cheap paint but since the reg allows me to set my gun how i want i havent had this problem since, i put the reg on, which was very easy to install. im not sure how to describe it but if ur looking for a major upgrade get on of these and a gauge, the gauge helps alot i think cause u can see just what ur doing when ur trying to set up ur gun. all in all i am very happy with this product and from what i here from other people, the only difference between this and the palmer stabalizer is pretty much the external look of it, performance wise they say its pretty equal, so it all really depends on what ur looking for.
Id recommend this product, it will screw right into most V/A's and works really well with the CiP 15* assault block, if your looking to upgrade your gun go for this regulator, its the best step to a really nice marker.
i got this for my e-bolt on my tippmann. WWWWWWWWWWOOOOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWW i was impressed with how it performed on my gun the velocity only spiked like +2/-2 at chrono. this was a chep reg and it performed really well. great buy. I had recieved in like 3 to 4 days and i stuck it on my vertical adapter and that was it and i just had to adjust the velocity and i was set. you will not be dissapointe of this purchase. thank you
save ur money and buy this thing it will work good on any gun
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, July 23rd, 2004 at 2:50 am PST
2003 e-bladed WGP vertical feed autococker, shocktech f.g.p. regulator, shocktech cocking ram, shocktech "supafly" bolt, shocktech "rat 3:16" valve, shocktech "phat" hammer, palmers inline stabilizer, 14" all american freak kit, powerlyte sceptor kit 14", 12 cp nikel barrel, halo b w/ z code, cp flame drop forward, cp on/off asa, 68/4500 fiber wrapped hpa w/ dye tank cover
accuracy, sound, power, and distance this bad boy makes.
the hose is directly in the center of the regulator, making it hard to hold
by simply adding this reg i lowered my gun from extremely hi pres. to mid- or low press. my gauge reading went from over 1000 to 475. I can feel it. I wish i wouldn't have waited so long for this upgrade. set this up with comp air and a turbo valve for your peice, and watch the comp go down.
go get one! if they dont make it for your gun, sell your gun and buy one that they do make it for!!!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, November 3rd, 2003 at 11:11 pm PST
Well I got this regulator for my old Spyder a while back. It was a great regulator at a great price and seemed to perform great for me. Never had any real problems. Stuck a 32deg gauge on it and it read perfectly, it also lowered my Spyder operating pressure by a few hundred psi. Great regulator, no wonder it comes stock on Intimidators.
Great regulator, especially for the price. IMO it's better than the Vigilante, which costs the same.
action marker sentinel; powerlyte speedline steel/alum, 20 oz CO2, 12 volt revy w/ x board, bob long torpedo reg.
reg thats good with co2, good consistency.
the input line is on the top
far as i can tell its very similiar to palmers stablizer, but it cost less. my biggest problem is the input line is on the top. that is the same problem nearly all regs have though. i'm give the reg a 9 because i'll leave a 10 for a good reg that doesn't have this design. i also don't like the lighting bolt design.
great reg for its price. and hey for all those timmy people they get them stock
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, July 9th, 2003 at 7:48 pm PST
This reg came stock on my timmy and its not very consistant, the first show is always 10+fps and everyother about 5fps. For good performance 5fps is still too much but it does keep up at 20 bps. Its easy to adjust, easy to put on a gauge and easy to clean.
The consistantcy can be as much as 20fps which is huge, one shot I had at 283,next was 303.
Excluding the first shot the reg is rather consistant but their are better one's out their such as the gladiator and maxflow.