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idkfa 10-14-2012 04:06 PM

CCM Regulator - Higher Pressure?
 
This is probably a "no", but is there any way to increase the output pressure on a CCM reg to 800 psi or so? I would like to use one on an unmodified Phantom.

Talfuchre 10-14-2012 08:53 PM

IN short. No.

TF

noclue119 10-15-2012 09:03 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by idkfa (Post 2504219)
This is probably a "no", but is there any way to increase the output pressure on a CCM reg to 800 psi or so? I would like to use one on an unmodified Phantom.

If you have a 800 psi output tank you can get 800 psi input by hooking the tank directly up the phantom. You don't need a CCM reg.

Talfuchre 10-15-2012 09:18 AM

Truth - I used to run a gas through grip on my Phantom with a Crossfire HP reg. No issues.

TF

idkfa 10-15-2012 09:21 AM

Sorry, I was being general. I want a high pressure regulator on my Phantom, not specifically one with 800 psi output. I was hoping to standardize my regulators, I will continue using my AA Vigilante.

Thanks!

Dr. PhunkyPants 10-16-2012 03:05 PM

If you do a search on regulated phantoms, you will find an overwhelming preponderance of those who would say it creates either no change or worsens performance.

The reason is this...phantoms tend to work best at or around 800 or 850psi. Regulated HPA is coming out of the tank at this level...at most. The only reg you are going to find that does a good job at that high pressure level is a Palmers Stabilizer. The Stab will--at minimum--knock 100psi or so off your input pressure....so now you're at 600-700psi.

Bottomline, a 20oz CO2 tank is a lot better way to get great performance out of your phantom than messing with regs! YMMV

idkfa 10-16-2012 05:05 PM

I do appreciate the reply but I know how to regulate a Phantom and I have regulated them successfully in the past at a number of pressure set points. I was asking about CCM regulators, which is why I asked this here instead of the CCI subforum. I listed 800 psi as an arbitrary higher number, not an absolute.

I wanted higher pressure out of a CCM regulator. This is not possible. Thank you.


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