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eric 12-24-2006 07:47 PM

running dual lpr on cocker help?( huge picture inside)
alright so ive got an extra lpr around for the cocker i have and want to run two just because theres a hole in the bottom of the front block for it;) i dont know what it would achieve besides looks tho possibly better consistancy in velocitys

but i like things to be odd ;)

anyways what else would i need todo for this should i put the one i have on the bottom where the other is and have the one where i can adjust on the bottom?
also would i need spliters for the hoses

tedaut 12-24-2006 08:08 PM

I don't believe it would do anything . The lpr doesn't control velocity.

eric 12-24-2006 08:10 PM

ok so it would have todo with the pressure of the pnues? like the return and how consistant they can keep up at higher speeds

the way ive seen this is the pnues operate at 50 psi or so but with lower psi the setup becomes softer/easyer to pull right? so by having both set at 25 psi its still supplying 50 psi worth but your only feeling the 25 psi?

yeah i have no clue if what i said right there is even close to being right (new to cockers really;))

ok the osiris cockers are dual lpr's what does that do? this might be easyer and just forget the stuff above

tedaut 12-24-2006 08:14 PM

yeah I don't think you know what you are talking about. Trust me . one lpr is fine.

aqua_scummm 12-24-2006 08:15 PM

The lower hole should be for a gauge, bleed valve, or other accessory, you won't gain anything by running that setup.

Or you can use the second LPR to make a pneumatic trigger…

eric 12-24-2006 08:15 PM

i know one lpr is fine:ROTFL:

im sitting here bored to tears ive got nothing better todo then to put another one on:hammer:

tedaut 12-24-2006 08:18 PM

To get two lpr's to work on that marker like on one of those osiris cockers you would have to seperate the air going into the 3 way on both sides. The problem is you only have one inlet into the 3way.

eric 12-24-2006 08:19 PM

so if i were to drill and tap the 3 way and put fittings on the other side exactly in the same place as the other fittings then i could run it? (ive got an extra 3 way and some barbs around)

tedaut 12-24-2006 08:22 PM

no . I think you would have to have a special 3 way built to accomodate that. If you are looking to get a softer trigger pull then there are a couple of things you can do. Polish the trigger plate and sear. Change the springs out for softer ones and very lightly polish that palmer 3 way with a q tip and some jewelers polish.

eric 12-24-2006 08:27 PM

hmm by the looks i would only have to drill one hole and tap it theres one hose running from the one lpr to the middle of the 3 way so it would be the same on the bottom but like i said ive got some old parts i got at the shop a couple days ago i can try this on

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