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Old 04-04-2014, 11:26 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Most 4-ways only have 3 barbs. The center is typically the input, output on either side, and vents on the outside of the outputs (end of the 4-way body on a cocker switch).

I haven't had any experience with them personally, but I believe that the Palmer 4-ways are rated for the pressure, or were made that way at one point. Early generation Cockers were made without an LPR, so they are definitely out there.
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Early generation Cockers were made without an LPR, so they are definitely out there.
Uh I don't think that's right. The early ones had non adjustable LPRs so they ran at a higher pressure, but they were still regulating down the pressure for the pneumatics. Unless you don't consider it a LPR if its regulating tank pressure? As in there isn't an inline in the VASA?


In topic: very cool idea. I had the same one a couple months ago, but my platform of choice was a DM. Figured the on board LPR would negate all the potential pressure issues I might run into with small valves
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Uh I don't think that's right. The early ones had non adjustable LPRs so they ran at a higher pressure, but they were still regulating down the pressure for the pneumatics. Unless you don't consider it a LPR if its regulating tank pressure? As in there isn't an inline in the VASA?


In topic: very cool idea. I had the same one a couple months ago, but my platform of choice was a DM. Figured the on board LPR would negate all the potential pressure issues I might run into with small valves
That could have been a misinterpretation on my part from what I had read about it before when someone was discussing a similar project. I thought they had said no LPR on the earliest generation Cockers, just the vertical reg going to both the valve and the pneumatics, but I could definitely be mistaken on that.
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