Maximizes consistency, accuracy and reliability . Handles 3000 psi without damage. A tuned pin with a tapered head reduces turbulence while entering the valve guide. The smaller head also increases the valve chamber storage space The guide itself is also low turbulence drilled. We also included a "Burst Pocket" to even out the psi curve and increase accuracy. Its the last valve you should ever have to buy. Valve spring included.
The Palmers Pursuit Shop LT Valve is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
ANS valve, Orracle Valve,Stock Valve, Freeflow ummmm just about every cocker valve
03 P&P Ultra Glacier, Air America reg, 68/45 Air America Armageddon, 12 volt revvy.
Gas efficiency(2000 shots off 68/45) and CHEAP.
If you have a E-blade that has QEVs won't cycle as fast.
This was the "stock valve" in my super cocker. There is nothing really stock about it; the first time I gassed up my gun with this valve in it I got the pressure and velocity right with a pod of paint i had then shot a bag through it and looked at my gauge it had a little under 4000 PSI left on the tank off a full fill. It's not an AKA Tornado valve but thats good enough for me.
The Palmer's LT valve is one of the little known treasures of the autococker valve world. One of my friends used this valve in one of his custom creations and even with another set up got the same efficiency. On top of that it only cost him $25 for the whole assembly.
Disclaimer: If the input pressure on your reg is not set right efficiency will not be as great as mentioned and if you use this on a E-blade it will not make it bad just slighty slower.
If you have a mech cocker that you want to make super efficient for a very very reasonable price buy this valve. It is by far the most air saving valve I've ever used.