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    Posted: 30 November 2004 at 11:06pm
is the stabilizer really worth all the hype for nitro?  Is it is worth buying if i wanted to mount it on an A-5?
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Honestly I think the Sidewinder is a tid bit better for HPA.

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I think different. I would go with Palmers. It is worth every penny.
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^ I think you should go fall in a pit of Fire.


Sidewinder is thee Best Regulator PERIOD!

But a  Tippmann doesn't really need a Regulator to run on High pressure though.

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Shakes head.

If you're running HPA, you already have a reg on  your tank.  Unless you are going to a Low Pressure set up, adding a second reg usually is pointless.  The point of a second regulator is to provide more consistancy per shot.  However, you need a 300-400 psi difference between regulators.  So if your main regulator (on your bottle) is set to 800 psi then your secondary needs to be set to 400-500 psi or less.  I'm not sure the EXACT range Tippmanns operate in but most markers are designed to operate in the 550-800 PSI range. 

There are a number of choices for HPA regs out there and while some are better than the Palmer it is still a great HPA regulator.  For CO2, of course, there is none better than the Palmer.

As for Tippmanns not needing a regulator to run on high pressure that is just false. Every marker improves using a regulated air source.  If you're on HPA, then you have a regulated air source since every HPA tank comes with a regulator already installed.



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