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Number of Reviews: 6
Average Rating: 9.7 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $60

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Introducing STD Industries' JDS low pressure regulator for the Proto marker. Constructed of aircraft quality aluminum and featuring pressure compensating technology, the JDS LPR is a must-have for all competitive players.

The pressure compensating design of the JDS regulator ensures output pressure set points won't shift as upstream pressure changes. The JDS is the first step in making sure your marker is as consistent as possible. Coupled with an extremely quick recharge rate--faster than any human can pull the trigger--the JDS regulator takes the Proto to the next level.

The JDS is backed by STD Industries' lifetime warranty


Specs
Weight: 2.3 oz
Length: 3.875" overall
2" installed
Diameter: 0.9"
Op. Range: 30-150 psi

Product Availability 
The STD Industries JDS LPR is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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xxdmxx Sunday, May 14th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Marker Setup: Proto Matrix, Freak Barrel, 45/5000 Evil Scion, CP Roller Trigger, AdvantagePB Virtue Board, Shocktech Feedneck, STD JDS LPR, CP Inline Regulator, Evolve Bolt, HALO w/ V35, Dye I3
Strengths: Read the Review
Weaknesses: Read the Review
Review: I bought one of these on eBay. I got it for ~$50 shipped and when the UPS person delivered it my first impression was "OMFG WTF IS THIS!!" It looked like someone opened it rolled it around in a soccer field and then threw it back in the box and then threw the box around in the soccer field. I think it was the seller thought ^.^;;;. Anyways I took off the old LPR and put this on. I shot out a stream of paint and there was no noticeable kick or any drop. My shots were grouped tightly. I went to a firing range at a field and went to the firing range. I was shooting at a 6-8in Diameter circular object from around 30 ft. After tuning my paint was ball on ball w/ a Freak Kit w/ 689 insert shooting PMI Rampage that was a bit dented. I was like omfg this is amazing.

Pros:
Good Price
Consistant
No Drop Off

Cons:
OMFG NONE unless you consider $60 too much for an upgrade!!!
Conclusion: Get this as your second or third upgrade (Feedneck being first because I hate the stock feedneck). I would recommend this to any player who suffers from FSDO or Inconsistency.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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UltraKilla Tuesday, April 18th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Marker Setup: Red Proto
STD LPR
Lucky bolt and bolt guide
Tadeo board
Dye Ultralyte
Halo Angry Board
Strengths: Extremly fast recharge rate
Consistancy
Weaknesses: Appearance
Review: Ordered it on a tuesday, got it 9 days later USPS. Great product , it delivers exactly what it says it does. Very easy installation, Fastest recharge rate of an LPR I've seen, very similar to AKALMP products sold in the past. Hi volume low pressure regs that are very consistant.I'm using a lucky bolt/guide combo and it has transformed my Proto into a picture of consistancy.
Conclusion: One of my top five picks for any gun.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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TexF18 Friday, January 13th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
stock lpr
Marker Setup: Proto matrix (olive) 05, j&j edge kit, JDS Lpr45/4500
Strengths: Looks, performance, less to no kick after adjusted, no dropoff
Weaknesses: Installion was a pain
Review: After removing the stock lpr i put in the new reg. you have to be careful not to mess up the o-rings when you slide it in. Now when you get it in there you have to put it far enough back in the gun so you can put the set screw in. That was the major problem with install. Other that im very statisfied with this lpr it dosent jump around at the chrono anymore it has less kick after some adjustment.
Conclusion: I give this product a 9/10 for the fact that install was a pain but other than that this product does what they claim it does
Rating:
9 out of 10
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welts dont hurt Saturday, November 12th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Marker Setup: 05 PROTO MATRIX DUST BLACK/BLUE FADE, CP ROLLER TRIGGER, ORANGE BOLT, MUSASHI 3 BOARD, DYE ULTRALIGHT 14", JDS LPR, SIDEWINDER REG.
Strengths: Quiet, Consistent, Efficient.
Weaknesses: Harder to install than the first two people that wrote reviews. Be Careful!!!
Review: After seeing this product in action at my local paintball field I decided to join the club.

I ordered online from JDS and received promptly. You must go to the website for full installation directions since the directions that the LPR came packaged with are vague.

First I followed my proto matrix manual on removing the stock reg. Pretty simple no problems. It was supposed to be very simple to install the JDS LPR, however I ran into a bunch of problems.

First I tried to simply screw it in but it only went 3/4 of the way and got stuck in the threads. I soon figured out that the problem was the silver inset screw. It was sitting to high on the LPR and was hitting my proto threads. So I busted out my trusty dremmel and grinded the silver screw down flush with the body. Now I tried to reinsert it back in to the gun. Apparently I messed up the threads on the JDS LPR from my first attempt caused by that inset screw. So I busted out with the dremmel again and grinded all the threads off the JDS LPR flush with the body. Now it slid right in no problem. Very imprortant to line up the proto set screw with the groove on the JDS LPR, since without threads it would shoot out like a rocket when I gassed it up.

I lined everything up and tightly scewed the proto set screw down. I was up set that with the problems I had getting this thing on my proto. I scratched the anno on the JDS LPR up pretty good. A nice big sticker fixed that little oops.

Now everything works fine. I adjusted the pressure on the JDS LPR a bit past factory set. I witnessed a huge improvement. My proto is very quiet now. no drop off at all, so far no other problems. I need to play a few more games to get an accurate count for just how air efficient it is, I'll be back to update this review soon.

One more thing, Some people have said that this looks ugly on the proto. In my opinion I like the look of it.

I like my proto to kick @SS.
I could really care less if it looks pretty.

Conclusion: Be very careful installing this product. I was lucky I didn't strip the threads on my proto.
If you don't know how to use a dremmel let someone who does do it for you.

I am happy with this product and would recommend it. I gave it a 9 out of ten for the install problems.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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halodrainmaker Thursday, October 20th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Marker Setup: 2005 Proto Matrix, Blue/Black Fade, Virtue Board, Dye Ultralite barrel, Freak Barrel, New Designz rail on/off, STD LPR.

2005 Proto Matrix, Blue, Musashi 5 board, Dye Ultralite, Freak Barrel, CP Unimount.
Strengths: Consistent
Inexpensive
Easy to Install
Dramatic Improvement in Marker Performance
Weaknesses: None yet
Review: I was very skeptical about a 'wonder' product such as this, but after installation and playing with the tuning a bit, the improvement was astounding. It really does make the marker a plus/minus 4 at the chrony. With poor paint, I was getting within 5 fps. With good paint, much better, typically within 2 or 3 fps. Again, amazing stuff...

I had not noticed shoot-down at higher ROF before, but when comparing to my backup proto which does NOT have the LPR, it became apparent that the STD LPR increaces performance there too.

The marker does get quieter. I could not believe it, but the marker actually became noticably quieter than before. For those who have just converted to the Matrix line of markers, you know the drop in sound level. This does even moreso. Again, very amazing performance.
Conclusion: For the money, for the performance, or for the ability to further tweak marker performance, this product delivers. If I had to pick a 'must have' modification, This would be it.

Initial setup, you drop it in, shoot it. If you want to tune, you can. Don't have to, but if you wish, it can be done.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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uber brian Thursday, July 28th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month7 of 7 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock reg
Marker Setup: Proto Matrix, JDS LPR, Hybrid Bolt Guide.
Strengths: It makes the marker very quiet.
Weaknesses: I have not found any yet.
Review: This LPR was the first upgrade I purchased for my gun. It makes the difference.

When I first purchased the Proto I was kind of disappointed. It was loud compared to the other Matrix's on the team. It was not consistent across the chronograph. It also fired rather rough. I am a stickler for performance and it was just not living up to my expectations. It had more kick than my Intimidator. I fired two cases of paint through it to break it in and had our gun tech tweek it for performance.

After installing the LPR this changed. I have never installed a drop in mod that changed my total opinion of a gun.

First, I have to say the sound level dropped. It is nice to be able to hear my teammates communicating while firing.

Second, across the Chronograph I noticed plus or minus four FPS. That is awesome. I was using practice paint and we all know practice paint is just decent.

Third, it reduced the kick. Not much but noticeable.

Sixty Dollars. Sixty Dollars!!

(Added later)
After practicing a couple of times with this reg I've noticed the gun fires smoother. It doesn't seem to be so mechanical. Fire an older Timmy or a cocker and you may understand what I mean. There is no pop and clang. It's just smooth. I really, really like this product.
Conclusion: Sixty dollars and you will notice a remarkable change in your marker. Shell out seven hundred bucks for a gun, then shell out sixty more. The smile on your face is worth it.

Once again I would like to reiterate this is a drop in mod. It is easy to install and easy to adjust. If you don't understand the installation find someone who does. Sixty dollars changed my pinion of the Proto.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, August 9th, 2005 at 11:31 am PST
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