Check It Powerstation Regulator. Simply the fastest regulator on the market. Designed for low pressure operation. High flow multi-porting for maximum flow rate. Piston relief vent hole ensures fast recharge without lag during rapid fire. Includes output pressure port for gauge. Operating pressures from 0-500psi. Polished body for smooth sleek finish.
The Check It Products Powerstation Regulator is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
smart parts impulse 2004. tapeworm, lpr kit, magnetic blade trigger, ACI 68ci 4500psi tank, pmi 88ci 4500 tank, Vl eVolution 2 hopper, strange bolt, vodoo bolt "not that great"
low rise feed neck, drop forward, and top it off with a rat jr. body kit
It works, looks nice
Mine leaked alot when i put it in.
I had low pressure nirto when i put it in... so i thought i installed it in wrong. took it to the shop they instaled it and it still leaked. they t0ook it apart and it was all cracked and what not. the o-ring werre dead too. i was not impressed. i had to miss a 5man tourny because i had no reg at the time, or nothing else....
Take the chance if you want to i did and i got screwed over. i returened it and they are sending me a new one. so i gie it a 3 as stands "justbecause they are sending me a new one"
A lot of X-chambers, this was my first reg besides the stock TES one.
Great Refresh Rate
Easy to Setup
Works well with both C02/Nitro
Not too many.
I've been using this one for about 3 months on both my TES and my spyder Xtra. It's a great reg, awesome design and awesome features. I had to buy an allen wrench set because the adjusment is a really big allen key, and that was my fault for not having a set to begin with so no set back there. It fluxuates at the chrono from about +/-6-8. As I said there really isn't anything bad to say about this product, I think it's probably more advanced than any stock reg. It is about the same construction as a Torpedo.
For the price I got it for and how well it performs I don't think there would be a better reg on the market, go ahead and buy it for any gun.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, March 29th, 2005 at 12:34 am PST
Great refresh rate.
Not overly expensive (for my budget).
There is no weakness that I can see.
I wanted a good reg for my Sonix without having to pay the big bucks. I also wanted a reg I could go low pressure with. The Powerstation In-Line Reg gave me both. I liked it so much I bought one for my daughters Piranha EXT PRO G3 after the PMI reg. busted twice in one week. Both have worked without any problems except for icing up when we fire long strings of paint. However, we're switching to HPA this year so that takes care of that minor problem.
For a low pressure, high flow reg without the big price tag you can't go wrong with the CIP Powerstation In-Line Reg. It's a very good product and avoid idiots who tell you it's garbage.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, August 22nd, 2004 at 7:25 pm PST
mac dev gladiator, bob long torpedo reg, ans gen x
kingman spyder e99
lapco bigshot barrel
check it speedy drop
check it sweeeeeeeet spot trigger
vl evolution 2
Really fast recharge during rapid fire and consistent chrono speeds.
The first thing you will notice with this product that it is beautifully manufactured. I have been using this for a little while and found it to be very easy to use. it even has engraving of where everything goes along with how to adjust the pressure. It is a nice size so you can grab ahold of it when you put into your gun. One of the better things that is good is that the input pressure hole is toward the top so when you put steel braided line, it allows it to be long enough to put on my spyder. Tried a few other brand regs but they didnt work too good. I had erratic velocity. My velocity is really consistent and runs about 300 psi now. Whoot Whoot
pmi sts 2k3 marker. 14 inch wisper barrel and check it powerstation reg.
Very fast refresh rate/
I bought this upgrade to replace the gas though the foregrips on my sts 2k3 because i was running c02 and was spiking and having drop offs.The first think i notice this reg did was quite the gun down by reg the input pressure on the gun.I laso notice the c02 was now fully expanded when the gun was fired.There are only two fraw backs to this reg that i found. 1. the placments of the input line and gauge placments. The gauge input in placed near the top center of the reg, where some people like me would place there fingers as to use the reg as a front grip. The input line when the reg was reg was fully screwed in may cause some users to have there air line cutting across the trigger frame. When I used the reg at the field I was able withing 15 min with few turns of the set screw of the reg to set marker to 290 fps and it stayed there all day even as it hit 90 on the field. Im a back player and laying tdown few hopper of paint did not cause the reg to slow or the marker to burp. Only drawback with this reg and c02 it get very cold in high fire player.
For people looking for a good reg to replace there gas through grips i would recomend this product.