That might make sense at a Higher rate of fire the gun has to work harder to get the balls out meaning the regulator is working faster and the increased pace of the work might lead to slightly higher fluxuations in velocity as the ROF increases. maybe if you guys wanted to you could do a part two of this test where you shoot over a chrono and have a guage that shows the operating pressure of the HPR
the trick to that would be recording and lining up the FPS and reg pressure. It would be cool - but optimally I would want to get video and a transducer - so that we could check the chrono reading vs the graph of the pressure.
yeah that would work. It seems to me that the inconsistency in the streams lays with the HPR. I wonder if the X valve would have a decreased phase effect over the traditional HPR due to it's better consistancy or would the fact that it shoot hotter still cause your stream to phase.