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Old 04-17-2012, 01:51 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Ahh c'mon no difference with the blue spring Darn it.

In that case I think I was already there with stock everything (except an ASP o-ring TPC, non ported.) Prior to my running out of paint I was at 600 on the stab and around 270-280, tpc 2 turns in. Only ran about 10 balls through it at that setting before I ran out of measurable paint.

Regarding efficiency I guess it depends on ones definition. Right now like I'm sure most or all non regulated Phantoms I get decent shot count if one is ok with a decreasing FPS on each shot. I'm not, I'd much rather have 25 shots north of 270 than 40 ranging from 280 to 220 from a 12ie, the latter being some peoples definition of an efficient Phantom.
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Old 04-17-2012, 02:01 AM   #32 (permalink)
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Had a conversation with Mike not to long ago as to why he is including a stock reg on the Revo, can't go into great detail since I don't want to put any words in his mouth but essentially he wanted to dictate what pressure is going into the marker with a fixed psi rather than an unpredictable(my word) tank reg.

Gonna get one of his new regs when he has enough lying around not accounted for by Revos
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