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  • superman
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    I have been looking deeper in to this myself. I ended up with one of the msc-6 compressors with a blown motor. have a new motor to replace it, but of course its a 3 phase motor so that is fun.


    I loved my shoebox, i just ended up fighting the bushing support rod. probably just an alignment thing. If anyone is interested in an f10 shoebox id be willing to let it go.

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  • KMDPB
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    Originally posted by Cunha View Post
    Now what are some good dryers / moisture removing pieces that can be paired with these cheap compressors?
    You run the intake through a PVC pipe filled with reusable desiccant. Then you run a larger output filter with cotton filters and charcoal. The output filters can be purchased on sites like alibaba/aliexpress, they must be rated for high pressure. The input filter doesn't have to hold pressure so it can be homemade simply.

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  • Cunha
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    Now what are some good dryers / moisture removing pieces that can be paired with these cheap compressors?

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  • maninblack2k
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    I'm still looking at the UmareX or the Benjamin Traveler 2. More expensive but self contained and they seem to be well reviewed.

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  • WORR13
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    yeah, sadly looks like best option is yong heng unless u wanna spend $5k+ on a scuba compressor. think im gunna order one and a good oil/water separator

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  • KMDPB
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    Yeah that's the cheaper one theres also a version with auto shut off. You should run a dryer but it's not completely necessary. We fill 2 scubas each time we play and take those out to the field to fill off of. Takes maybe 25 minutes to fill a scuba. I run a Facebook group called yong heng compressor owners group. Lots of good info in there. They are very common with the air gun guys.

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  • Dalep_rc
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    I'm not an expert, but I have used this for home used for about 2 months now. Not really a long term review, but its not broken yet. There is quite a bit of condensation that does come out of it, even when using the "moisture separator". I usually fill a tank up to about 4k and let it cool for 20 minutes before filling another.

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    Hope that helps you out.

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  • Cunha
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    Do you have a link to the yong heng units you've used?

    They run in conjunction with a regular shop compressor? Do they have any kind of dryer or is it relatively wet air? Not sure if that is a big deal or not.

    Is it this? https://www.amazon.com/Compressor-Pr.../dp/B07JBV3VBC

    Do you fill scuba or paintball tank direct? How long does it take? I see they can't run for more than 30 minutes. I think the shoebox would run like all night so maybe these operate differently?

    Love the info.

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  • KMDPB
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    I have 2 yong heng Chinese compressors, can be had for about $300 on sale. They are great they have supplied all the air for our outlaw field for 4 years no issues. Just have to keep them cool.

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  • Cunha
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    That is why the shoebox was so perfect. It filled that gap. Now you get either scuba tank fills and deal with that, or spend way more money for a bauer or something along those lines.

    If tom axed the shoebox maybe the china shoeboxes are pretty OK if you fix the parts that break on them.

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  • maninblack2k
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    Originally posted by Cunha View Post
    I think a bauer jr is a good one for smaller uses. They are like 2500 dollars or somewhere around there. Maybe 3500.

    They make breathable air though so the quality is good .
    Agree that Bauer is probably the best option but I can get a lot of fills at my local shop for that. Somewhere with a $500-900 options is something that's actually more affordable that's still good quality.

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  • Cunha
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    I think a bauer jr is a good one for smaller uses. They are like 2500 dollars or somewhere around there. Maybe 3500.

    They make breathable air though so the quality is good .

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  • Cunha
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    Yeah the shoebox compressor was the best, combined with a cheap home compressor or whatever, for home use.

    I think the shoebox is closed down and you may have to get chinese bootlegs only now sadly.

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  • WORR13
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    ive been looking for a decent compressor as well. most of them are all china, even the better brand ones seem to be a china compressor with a different shell/name on it at a higher price. anyone found a good one? i was wanting to buy an omega supercharger but cant seem to find them anymore and they are like 1k

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  • lew
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    From what I've been seeing around the webz, all those sub-~$500 Chinese 4500k options on Amazon are what you would expect- most of them will not hold up to serious use. You might get lucky, but you probably won't.

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