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Old 11-12-2006, 01:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Air America Unireg Question

I picked up a new Air America "Black Ice" inline unireg off ebay a while back but it didn't come with a manual or anything. I searched the net but I was wondering if anyone might know which port is the input and which port is the output. If looking at the writing on the reg, it has a port on the back with what appears to be a burst disk in it, and then two ports, one on each side directly opposite each other. I just can't see anywhere if it says "in" or "out". Thanks for the help.
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Old 11-12-2006, 09:09 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Output is through the top of the reg, where it screws in to the asa. The very top, side opening is for the burst disk. The other two upper openings, directly opposite of each other are both input. Choose the one you want to use and plug the other one.
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Thanks. I knew the very top was the output. I was wondering if it was like a male stabilizer with output for a guage too. Thanks again.

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You could put a gauge on it but it would not show the regulated pressure, just the pressure from the tank.
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