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#1 SnowFlake

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Posted 25 December 2008 - 08:09 PM

Ive had many a regs in my 7 years of playing paintball and like most playiers I have always tended to lean tward a surtain brand
My biggest wonder is "Is there any difference in regulators wonce they are broken in?"
I thought you guys could like take 3 different price ranges of regulars.
If you want i can send you a exspencive and a medeum priced reg. One is bran new the other has been used before.
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Posted 25 December 2008 - 08:36 PM

Maybe they can take a lower quality or cheaper reg, for example a stock Trilogy reg or something, and compare its pressure fluctuations to a higher end reg like a Palmer's or AKA or MacDev? And perhaps get a brand new reg and test its pressure fluctuations for its first few cycles, then do a few thousand pressurization cycles and retest it, and see if it got any better - whether or not "breaking in" of the regs is a real phenomenon or not?

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Posted 25 December 2008 - 11:13 PM

Ive had many a regs in my 7 years of playing paintball and like most playiers I have always tended to lean tward a surtain brand
My biggest wonder is "Is there any difference in regulators wonce they are broken in?"
I thought you guys could like take 3 different price ranges of regulars.
If you want i can send you a exspencive and a medeum priced reg. One is bran new the other has been used before.


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Posted 25 December 2008 - 11:19 PM

Sounds like a job for Azreal! [/end superhero voice]
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Posted 26 December 2008 - 10:12 AM

Maybe they can take a lower quality or cheaper reg, for example a stock Trilogy reg or something, and compare its pressure fluctuations to a higher end reg like a Palmer's or AKA or MacDev? And perhaps get a brand new reg and test its pressure fluctuations for its first few cycles, then do a few thousand pressurization cycles and retest it, and see if it got any better - whether or not "breaking in" of the regs is a real phenomenon or not?

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I think you're making a bad assumption there. The trilogy inline regs are basically the same internally as the rest of the WGP regs. Until there is data to say what regs are "bad", assuming a particular reg is lower quality is premature.




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