The X2 Inline Regulator is a two piece regulator. The top is machined 6061(T6) anodized aluminum, and the bottom is stainless steel which is polished to a high luster. The X2 is the highest flow regulator on the market, keeping up with any markers need for air. It also has the easiest to use Quick Twist, moon cut pressure knob with tournament lock down screws. Plus, we have provided a micro gauge for quick read of the output pressure. A complete rebuild kit is also included.
The ANS X2 Inline Regulator is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
black 2004 pro stock autococker
Kapp low pressure
orracle 3 way
halo b w/ rip drive
cp flame drop forward
pure energy 47/300
i took this reg right off a pre 2k ANS autococker and it doesn't fit like it should on the 04 so it causes a leak, and the pressure gauge is annoying and wouldnt fit with my trigger frame, so i had to take it off and find a screw. i put teflon tape on the tread and it still leaks, ( i dont like using glue) i tightend it up as hard as i can, and it still leaks, and ever time it shoots it drops my air pressure to just about 50 psi,i dont know if it's an adjustment or what.
I would recomend this to cockers pre 2k, i give it a 4 because i cant get it to work like other people say it should, i prefer my shorty red, or untill i figure out the flaws.
pre 99 autococker body
stock front block w/ ans LPR, ram, and shocktech 3 way
special ops T2W stock
Very little drop off after first shot
Comes with rebuild kit
A littl heavy
I was having a lot of trouble w/ consistancy with my stock reg and did a little research to find the best replacement for me. After reading quite a lot of reviews, I decided on this one. I've had about the same consistance as most other people who have said anything about this reg, started off not so good but once it was borken in it worked a lot better. There are definately better performing ones out there, but there are also a large multitude that don't. I've had great luck with other ans products, and this one is definately par with their quality standards. It no longer has the set screws for tounament lock, now it has a nut on the threads of the knob that tightens down flush with the main body, i like this way better anyway.
If weight is not an issue for you, i highly recomend this product.
Hyper 2, karnivor, reg wgp reg, Mac Dev gladiator, Etc
Lucky barrel kit
halo v35 cranium shell
concistent at 450
Dam allen stops
This is a nice regulator its easy to adjust very concistent at 450 but if you try it on a ion it wont have a nice recharge rate
its good on CO2 but its great on Compressed air
the only thing that I didnt like is the allen stops
if you have a cocker this reg is for you
WGP 2k4 PS Cocker
47/3k Pure Energy
Shocktech Superfly Bolt
ANS GenX-2 Reg
32* Drop Forward
12' Dye Excel Barrel
WGP .45 Grips
Dye Rhino Cover
Shocktech Cocking Rod
Spyder E-99 Avant
PMI Pure Energy 72cu/3000psi
32 Degrees Universal Drop Forward
32 Degrees 6-stage Expansion Chamber
32 Degrees LPC
16" Smart Parts Progressive Barrel
Trinity Clamping Feed Neck
Shocktech Superfly Bolt
Check It Sweet Spot Trigger
Empire Reloader II
Looks high tech
Bought it for $50 used with a Dye gauge installed. the gauge is huge. also, on this marker it is very hard to hold. it is very consistent and easily adjusted. the Ergo is also a very good regulator and much more cheap. This is a very high flow regulator and probably isnt necessary with a mech gun. It is very reliable and durable.
I recommend this for tournament play and people who need a very high flow regulator
I would highly recommend this product if it wasn't for the weight. Solid good design, looks aren't bad either. The set Screws are kind of a pain, but I would just take them off if you aren't playing in a tourney or something. It's very handy to be able to just tweak your pressure without breaking out Allen keys.
NW on/off drop
check it sure fit feedneck
68ci 4500psi crossfire tank
Very air efficient
$75 from actionvillage
I have a spyder imagine and it runs at 850 psi Ive had trouble about running out of air to quick so i got a reg and now my spyder runs at 450psi instead of 850 so I can get more shots per tank.My spyder looks better and feels better. i recommend this reg to anyone who needs one.
LOVE IT. more shots per tank. looks and feels great recommend to anyone
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, December 10th, 2005 at 10:59 am PST
Alright, well I'd looked around before buying this regulator, and was pretty excited about getting it. So I got it on ebay, for, well I can't remember how much. So I've taken it a few times, and well It didn't really set up to par. The velocity has been all over the place, +-50 at least. I've cleaned it multiple times, and even have had techs go through it. It could just be that I got a bad one, so idk. Now also, the adjustibility, its been good and bad for me. Sure its easily adjustible, but thats caused me to knock it outta place accidently etc., and also at certain times, I've had trouble adjusting when it get slippery etc.(played when its raining) I personally just prefer an allen wrenc adjuster.
Now I personally wasn't very pleased with this, but then again it could just be that I got a bad model, so I'm not gonna give it a super low ranking.
2004 wgp cocker
full nexus kit
ans gen X reg
70ci 4500 / 05 rhino cover
Has 2 input and 1 output ports'
Comes w/ rebuild kit and gauge
Somewhat bulky after you add your 90's and your pressure gauge
This is a very nice reg, one of the best. some say cp is better, all i know is cp and the black magic are around 20$ cheaper. i didnt run into any problems installing but there was a small space between the new reg and the gun but it came w/ an o-ring to tighten it up nice. the first day at the chrono i was shooting +-4
the price is pretty steep but this reg is VERY easily adjusted and comes w/ a rebuild kit and gauge
-No tools to adjust
-not as streamlined as some regs(preference)
The best thing about this reg is that you can only raise the psi so much before the pro stops kick in(you have to set them to your specifications). there are some older models that have huge gauges but that's too bad. its cheap to buy a new gauge if that's the case. is pretty stubby in terms of length. another great feature of the reg is that it has input and output(macro in/gauge out)on both sides of the reg depending on weather your predominantly a righty or lefty or your marker setup. you can also sort of use it as an emergency on/off by turning the very bottom out. there are around 6 colors to choose from. the only problem i have with it is that it is slightly wider than most regs but i does make up for it in its short length in most peoples books.
Great in terms of consistency and size. very accurate gauge. quick psi raising or lowering. great air flow. the only problem i have with it is cosmetically other wise id give it a 10 for performance.
I bought my GXe with this on it. I went to play for the first day without oiling, and apparently the previous owner didn't oil it either.
I shot at the chrony and the thing was going +-30.
Not so good... but decent enough to get me through the day okay.
The next time I oiled it up at home, and it was much more consistent, +-10 which isn't the best (my cp got me +-5 usually) but its anodized to match my gun, so I have no reason to switch it.
There are better regs out there, but if you lube it regularly this is by no means a bad reg.