CCM reg output pressure?
So I took the reg off of my t2 and put it on this 99 cocker I just got and the pressure on it needs to be cranked pretty high to get the right velocity etc etc. Yes I know how to sweetspot it and such, don't ask. I have it pressure tested at around 400-450 psi right now give or take. Is there any risk in damaging the reg if the pressure is too high? Or is it completely safe.
I would think that reg should handle that pressure just fine. I have never run one that high but I bet it will be fine, especially on HPA. North of 600 I would question but someone with more experience will chime in and confirm.
I had no idea when he asked me. Bill?
Anyone else have any input? I'm pretty curious about this.
Unless you have one of these you would be guessing about the psi.
Digital Pressure Gauge, 3000 PSI MG1-9V - Digital Pressure and Vacuum Gauges - Pressure and Vacuum Measuring - 3JYZ7 : Grainger Industrial Supply
In a conversation with Mike at CCI the little $10 gauges can be off by 100psi.
He 100% checks the little gauges against the SSI when he sets up his new gun.
We always recommend factory settings because it's safe and it works.
Bill - what is the range on your current regs?
I will be getting a better gauge myself.
I remember we tested in with a computer program and transducer on the reg but I can't remember the numbers.
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