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Old 04-18-2012, 05:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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MaxFlo Tank Reg Question

I realize this is the AGD section, but I figured this crowd would have a better understanding of the question I'm asking.

Here's my other thread with more details:

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Old 04-18-2012, 06:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I see no mention of adjustment screw anywhere.

ZDS Paintball - Max-Flo Micro Maintenance

Let me google that for you

See page 5 of the manual.

Please post a picture of the "adjustment screw" you're referring to.
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As requested:



SP1 reg piston/adjustment screw on the left, Max Flo on the right.




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Max Flo screw in place. Normally there is a screen and snap ring there as well.


This is what made me wonder IF you can actually adjust this regulator, it being so similar in build and function.
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I see. That's the base seat that the piston seals up against. It doesn't even show up in the manuals. Classic moving base regulator.

I'd say it probably is "adjustable" to some degree as long as the threads are securely on there. It's just not exactly as easy as changing the springs, and clearly you have to take the entire thing off the tank to do it.

So it's more like "painfully adjustable".
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