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Old 03-08-2007, 10:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anybody ever run in to this? lpr issue

Not sure what brand lpr it is. The one on this is the one in question.

OK heres the issue with it. I gas Upgraded the rm. Turn the lpr up until the mac leaks, Then turn it down about a 1/4 turn after it stops leaking. (this normally where they like to run.) So since it's about set I start shooting get a rip in after about 10 shots it go's int to shut down. Mac clicks ram stays forward and won't come back till i stop pulling. So try again same thing. figure battery's bad Cause it wasn't a fresh one, just something laying around the shop. Get a new battery in it and behold sos. Now as usual I'm like WTF. so i decide to mess with the lpr, turn it up nothing turn it down gets Little better but still do's the same thing. Start doing little turns on it and lo and behold the lpr has a sweet spot were it has no shut down. I've never seen a reg that had a sweet spot. WTF?
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Old 03-09-2007, 01:23 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Chances are the reg seat or piston oring is going.. Ive incountered this with timmy LPRS.. that or even lack of lube
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I took the reg apart before i put it on on and lubed it. The seals looked fine. These lprs are weired compared to other lprs. They actually have a valve pin seal set up. Basically looks like a small cup seal you find in any marker. Really weired setup. not the typical oring seat lpr.
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I need to still chron this thing. it's also possible that the hpr is still to low. and casueing the shut down. I know there quite a few hprs out there that don't like running under 400 psi with out shutting down. i'll recheck every thing once it's chroned.
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Old 03-09-2007, 12:55 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Could it be the pressure is too high?

When I over pressurize the LPR on a cocker, the RAM would stay open like that.
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