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Old 01-13-2013, 11:40 PM   #21 (permalink)
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maybe but the market would be small and the price I would have to charge would make it an elite group.
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Still interested....I like being elite
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Old 01-13-2013, 11:42 PM   #23 (permalink)
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well we'll see then when its all done.
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Old 01-14-2013, 12:24 AM   #24 (permalink)
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this idea has also been on my mind for awhile so i would love this to work out, so i'm going to throw out some ideas and comments, and if you get it all worked out and looking clean i would be interested in purchasing one. and the more ideas you have coming at you the more of a chance it will spark something in you. so

you could maybe have the three way in your stabilizing rod? don't know how practical that is but an idea none the less,
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maybe turn around a three way from it's "normal" autococker position and make it face backward and have a spool mounted to the handle to make the three way operate when pumped.along with this making the lpr in the center a single od and make it the main guide rod. this would achieve a few things, one you would only have one hose to route through the handle so only one hose in motion during pump, also would have a smooth guide rod for smooth action, and if you felt the need you could put a stabilizer rod mirror the three way and it would kinda be a front block similar looking to a karnivor.(except where the lpr would go would be a stabilizer rod)
the last one is my best bet and if you don't do it i may try it this way in the near future.


edit: i only saw the first page and then posted so sorry about the repeated ideas but the way that toy machine has his three way was what i was thinking but have the lpr in the center like yours
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^^sorry i really should have read all the post first. didn't see that there were three pages already. i just got so excited about what you where doing. looks like you got it going pretty good already. i'll just watch, keep us updated
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Right now I am just using a wgp stock valve anyone know of a valve that would be much better than stock?
Using air? Post a pic or a year and/or size. What pressure range are you aiming for?

Some of the wgp valves are good for low pressure as they are.
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Using air? Post a pic or a year and/or size. What pressure range are you aiming for?

Some of the wgp valves are good for low pressure as they are.
Yes on the air. I am using the stock valve from an 02 vert feed. I was going to shoot for around 350 psi nothing crazy.
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very nice and???
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Personally I have never found upgrading the later (2k+) valves to be worth it.
At 350psi the stock valve is fantastic.
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