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Old 06-22-2012, 11:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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CCM reg output pressure?

So I took the reg off of my t2 and put it on this 99 cocker I just got and the pressure on it needs to be cranked pretty high to get the right velocity etc etc. Yes I know how to sweetspot it and such, don't ask. I have it pressure tested at around 400-450 psi right now give or take. Is there any risk in damaging the reg if the pressure is too high? Or is it completely safe.
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Old 06-23-2012, 12:43 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I would think that reg should handle that pressure just fine. I have never run one that high but I bet it will be fine, especially on HPA. North of 600 I would question but someone with more experience will chime in and confirm.
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I had no idea when he asked me. Bill?

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Anyone else have any input? I'm pretty curious about this.
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Unless you have one of these you would be guessing about the psi.

Digital Pressure Gauge, 3000 PSI MG1-9V - Digital Pressure and Vacuum Gauges - Pressure and Vacuum Measuring - 3JYZ7 : Grainger Industrial Supply

In a conversation with Mike at CCI the little $10 gauges can be off by 100psi.

He 100% checks the little gauges against the SSI when he sets up his new gun.

We always recommend factory settings because it's safe and it works.
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Bill - what is the range on your current regs?

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290-400 ?

I will be getting a better gauge myself.

I remember we tested in with a computer program and transducer on the reg but I can't remember the numbers.
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