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Old 01-09-2013, 11:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm looking for input on a regulator. My intention is to mount it on a 98 with HPA.

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1. Handle high operating pressures of a 98 (800 range?)
2. Standard ASA output
3. Input at opposite end, macro

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1. Ability to handle low pressure, so's I can mix things up
2. CO2 compatibility

For awhile I had settled on a Stabilizer, but then I saw a photo of one on a 98 and the long distance between ASAs makes it look ridiculous. Right now I have the Tippmann expansion chamber; I'd like to maintain that nice, clean routing.

I also considered a Sidewinder, but I'm not sure they can handle the high pressure needed. I didn't find a rating on the two liter Regs, either.

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PRE-EMPT: This is a nostalgia build. I know I can get better performance for the same price as upgrading a Tippmann. I already have a Mini. Not the point
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Old 01-09-2013, 11:50 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Unless specifically stated, all hpr can handle the 800psi range. If I remember correctly hp tanks output at 850psi and that is a majority of what is used by players.

The only hpr, that I known of, that handles CO2 is a stabilizer. I would suggest a long style CP regulator (has macro fitting built in on the bottom). They are cheap, easy to work on, and are just overall great regs
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Keep your expansion champer and use a female stabilizer as your asa/reg.

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Old 01-09-2013, 12:19 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Take a look into the Maxflow inline as well, they can typically be found used and will handle co2/HPA.
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MCB delivers! Thanks guys, all three comments were helpful. I'll reply with more detail when I get home on a real keyboard and let you know what I go with. Others, feel free to chime in with ideas or info.
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Keep your expansion champer and use a female stabilizer as your asa/reg.

http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/NTAwWDUwMA..._id=8800005007

This was gonna be my suggestion. If you really want to tuck it up against the grip; instead of the Palmers mount, use a low mount 1" scope ring and short picatinny/weaver rail bolted to the grip. Both the ring and a short 3 slot rail can be found at Dick's or Wal Mart.
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Unless specifically stated, all hpr can handle the 800psi range. If I remember correctly hp tanks output at 850psi and that is a majority of what is used by players.
while that is true input wise, not all secondary regs output at the 800psi that tippmanns typically operate at. Vibe/enemy regs can use co2 from what I hear, but I doubt they output at 800psi, since their guns run sub 200psi iirc.
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while that is true input wise, not all secondary regs output at the 800psi that tippmanns typically operate at. Vibe/enemy regs can use co2 from what I hear, but I doubt they output at 800psi, since their guns run sub 200psi iirc.
It didn't even come me that he was talking about the output...sometimes I skim and my reading comprehension sucks when I do that
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Sidewinder is also a pretty good choice.
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Very few regs output above 600psi, and even fewer can handle CO2. Stab is your best bet.
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