The Hyper2 in-line provides consistent regulated output pressure combined with an extremely high rate of air flow, which eliminates shoot down and inconsistent fps velocity. The Hyper2 provides a fine tune rate of adjustment from 50-450 psi. In addition, the Hyper2's air input swivel ring allows it to work with all bottom line configurations. Seen on new Matrix LCD's, DM4's and DM5's
The Dye Hyper 2 In-line Regulator is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Easy to disassemble and maintain
Rotating base for bottom line connection
No spot for a gauge. No big deal...add an extension if you need one.
I bought this reg to replace a badly worn and abused black magic reg that came on a used marker. I'm not trashing the black magic here, it was simply neglected. Installation was simple due to the rotating collar. It looks pretty sweet on the cocker, for the cosmetically minded. Initial sweet spot and adjustment at the chrony was respectable (+/- 5 fps). I was already happy with the purchase. After a full day of use, 2000+ balls, I readjusted for break in. Final chrony was 280, 280, 280, 277. I left very happy. She shoots streams like a proton pack now.
I would definitely recommend this reg for most high end/high speed electros. It flows, looks, and performs great. Don't worry about the 85-90 bucks you'll spend on it, it's worth it. Besides if you need a new reg for a high end gun, you've already dropped some loot on it...don't get cheap now.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, August 2nd, 2005 at 11:57 am PST
ok well i wanted a cp reg but they sold out, so i grabbed this one.....at first i figured it'll be the same just a little more expensive with a little better performence.
well it felt comfortable had the swivel thing which was pretty cool and the consistency was allright....BUT a cp reg does have better consistency and is cheaper....so in the end i decicded to sell mine and get a cp and i like it more.
In conclusion id say get a cp sidewinder aka 2 litre or macdev gladiator their all good....id advise against this product cuz its more expensivve and the cheaper ones work better
Stock, shocktech reg, shocker reg, ion reg, cp, evil detonator, and much more.
DM5 red/black dust, 70ci 45 throttle tank, halo b.
2k3 vert feed tricked to the max.
Design, swivel .
Price, read below.
When i got this it had leaks all over the place so i called dye and they were very nice and replaced it within a matter of weeks. I tried it again and it worked like a charm. I wish i had gotten this sooner because it is worth every penny. The swivel is nice to put it in the right spot every time.
The only reason i gave it a nine is because it came broken.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, June 25th, 2005 at 9:50 am PST
Great reg after 3000 shots it's +/- 2 fps on my DM4. very solid, reliable, fairly lightweight, looks good, simple maintenance, it's a little pricy but you get what you pay for. i only wish the swivel could be locked in place. other than that, i think it's perfvect. it's my favorite reg best i've ever used. give it a solid 10.
Dm5 with all stock parts, dye throttle air system 91/45, empire reloader B
This reg came stock on the DM5 and it was very good right out of the box. I could tell it needed a little break-in time however. Now it is broken in and it performs wonderfully. It is also very simple to change the pressure with one simple allen screw. Very good reg.
If you need a consistant reg then this is what you want.