Stock Ego 10 on 12.5 bps ramp
Secondary regulator set at 400 PSI
20 oz anti-siphon CO2 tank
Vlocity hopper on setting 1
5 pods of INCA Jungle Paint
I forgot that when you change the output pressure of the tank, you also need to turn up the reg pressure. I forgot my allen keys so I couldn't turn up the velocity. But regardless of this, not only did the EGO 10 not break from being fed CO2 but it was pretty consistent. I haven't done the math but I'll say about +/- 5 FPS.
So here's the video. I'm sorry for the blackouts as this was taken on my cell phone.
This is rather good evidence that you can in fact use CO2 on markers that you wouldn't think that CO2 would work on.
The anti-siphon valve is there to protect the marker from pressure spikes and it really worked well. The second reg is there to increase CO2's consistency, which is really good in the video.
Prior to this test I had a lot of closed minded people give me rather rude comments. So for those people, eat your words!
BONUS FOOTAGE! I had done this test about a year before the EGO 10 test but the quality just didn't turn out very good since I had the focus set to macro and not regular (FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU!)
But it's interesting because I was using an 09 PMR in the winter time with the same kind of setup.
Edited by csskiller, 04 August 2011 - 08:36 PM.