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Old 09-14-2017, 05:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Impulse Reg Question

I have an old Vision Impulse, 2004 I believe.

The carbon fiber tank is nearing it's 15 year paper weight status. It has pressure in it right now, but is past Hydro time, and I don't feel like paying to get it tested again.

Aside from threading a new tank onto the reg, and I just swap the gas through grip for an actual inline reg? I guess I would need to get a gauge adapter too?

Do they make any adapters so I can throw an asa on the end of that tank reg? Even it adds pointless length.

I'm basically wanting to use my Impulse with a standard tank for as cheap as possible.

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Get a maxflow vertical reg and a cheap asa. I think I have both I can sell you for cheap
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Get a maxflow vertical reg and a cheap asa. I think I have both I can sell you for cheap
How much do you want for it?
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Pm me an offer I have no clue what they are worth. I have a small collection of them and parted one out to fix another. The reg and asa are left over it had a small leak but it was just because I never bothered to adjust it.
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I is it possible to just connect an ASA directly into this

https://imgur.com/a/JqZx2

Then connect the already existing Macroline back into the forgrip?
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I is it possible to just connect an ASA directly into this

https://imgur.com/a/JqZx2

Then connect the already existing Macroline back into the forgrip?
That fitting needs to come out and a 1/8" npt male to male fitting threaded in it's place, then into your ASA. It's how I run both my Maxflos.
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