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Old 01-31-2014, 02:24 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Air pressure question. I have found that with the valve on a phantom it is best to run a SHP tank (900 psi) and no regulator. I test (dry) fired this marker at 350 psi . What is the best operating pressure for this marker. If I can run it at 900 I will but I don't want anything bad to happen to this new addition/found love.
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Old 01-31-2014, 03:53 AM   #12 (permalink)
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usually I hear between 500-600psi if using hpa and a regulator. Mine worked about 550 but ATing didn't work quite right. I never had the time to completely finish fine tuning it.
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Air pressure question. I have found that with the valve on a phantom it is best to run a SHP tank (900 psi) and no regulator. I test (dry) fired this marker at 350 psi . What is the best operating pressure for this marker. If I can run it at 900 I will but I don't want anything bad to happen to this new addition/found love.
First off I'm glad to see you made the Gas Through Grip work with the line you had. As for the Air Pressure question, with the 2 Jubilee's (Arrow Precision) I have I just run a Ninja 13/3000 with the Ultra Light Reg on it and I believe the output pressure is between 850-900 psi. I don't run an additional reg on my AP Sterling's but on my 2 Proline's I have a Palmers Female Stabilizer and I think those I run between 800-850 psi.
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Old 02-02-2014, 02:42 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Thanks for the help guys. I am stoke to use it. Hopefully as soon as next Saturday.
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