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Old 12-25-2014, 08:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Stock T2 Reg Pressure Question

I haven't gotten a reg tester to check my T2's reg. pressure. How many turns in from flush would yield me 350? I read two turns on TF's manual and thats what I assumed.

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You honestly need a tester - that used to work for the old spring set - the newer spring is a little softer and thus this doesn't work.

Honeslty, follow sweet spotting procedure and you should be good.

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Yeah to be sure get the reg tester built. On mine I go about 3 turns from flush and that gets me close to the 350 mark. My springs are a couple years old so they are a little softer now.
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You honestly need a tester - that used to work for the old spring set - the newer spring is a little softer and thus this doesn't work.

Honestly, follow sweet spotting procedure and you should be good.

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Yeah to be sure get the reg tester built. On mine I go about 3 turns from flush and that gets me close to the 350 mark. My springs are a couple years old so they are a little softer now.
I'll go ahead and go with that till I get a tester.

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