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Old 01-09-2013, 04:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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recomended press for T9.1 regulator ?

Newly acquired T9.1 (with air-in-stock, xbow scope, and KJ APR2 under it) in my hands... and I will go with a Lapco FSR riffled 683 barrel for it. I have read 480, 440 output pressures are best. Anyone have experience to relate ? Which pressure would be best at the regulator ?

It will be used for FS rounds ONLY.
Im looking to shoot at about 270-280.
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yeah something around 400-500 is fine. SHP isnt a good idea though
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yeah something around 400-500 is fine. SHP isnt a good idea though
Actually, it shouldnt have much of a problem running around 1000PSI, twelvies on an average day sit around 850PSI, imagine summer days with 30 degree plus weather and im sure that it nears 1000PSI

EDIT: As to the best pressure, I really have no idea.
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Operating pressure is around 300
Probably the best is two time this number, middle pressure around 600psi

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Operating pressure is around 300
Probably the best is two time this number, middle pressure around 600psi

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Good link, thanks

What lead you to x2 the operating pressure?
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Old 01-14-2013, 09:57 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Anything over 500 is fine. Its internally regulated so its fine if you're up at most standard reg outputs of 850
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Actually, it shouldnt have much of a problem running around 1000PSI, twelvies on an average day sit around 850PSI, imagine summer days with 30 degree plus weather and im sure that it nears 1000PSI

EDIT: As to the best pressure, I really have no idea.
I was thinking more the idea of 1000psi blowing orings on the way into the gun.
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I was thinking more the idea of 1000psi blowing orings on the way into the gun.
Mags can run at 3000PSI, the orings inside them survive and they're not special

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