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Old 06-30-2013, 05:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Nelspot 007 back-bottle Q

Hey all,
I've got a bottle adapter that came with my 007, and was curious as to whether you can use a HPA bottle through the nelspot without knacking it up, or is it CO2 only?
I can't really imagine myself ever using anything other than 12g's - but it's always nice to learn what you can do with the other parts!
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It depends on the output pressure of the HPA tank. Some are "low pressure" with an output of @ 450 p.s.i. If it is "low pressure" output, you'll need to rework the springs and valve tube considerably.

If it is a "high output" regulator, @800 p.s.i you may just need to lighten the valve spring.

Stock Nellies were designed to operate on CO2, which is at 850 p.s.i at 70* F at sea level.
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Old 06-30-2013, 08:35 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Great info, cheers for that.
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