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Old 04-04-2013, 05:23 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Read through the T2 manual that TF wrote up. It goes through the process of sweetpotting your reg.

In my experience the S6 & J2L run around 350psi and the T2 & S6.5 run around 300psi.
Each gun is a little different at where it likes to run

The only time I have seen the problem where a CCM was shooting low after sweetspoting the reg was when someone was using a SLP ninja reg. There wasn't enough of a pressure differential for the reg to work right (I usually like at least a 100psi differential). I usually run the output of my Ninja reg close to 600PSI since it is similar to the GA tank reg that I have used forever. I can also throw my tank that has a CP tank (800psi output) on my T2 and have it work just the same as both my Ninja and GA tanks.

Of course, phone CCM if you have any troubles. They are awesome for helping you fix any problems that you have
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Old 04-04-2013, 05:46 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I have it back together and playing with it saturday! I will keep you guys posted!
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