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    Posted: 02 September 2005 at 5:42pm
i use co2 what should i get x chamber or reg?

what 1?

is a stablizer a x chamber?

i have 98c can a x chamber or stablizer go where the stock
bottem line connects?

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A Stabilizer is a regulator. If you are using co2 I suggest a Palmers Stabilizer, a regulator that can be used with co2 or compressed air if you decide to upgrade. Maybe you can explain where you want it a little more. Most people get an Inline and put it in their front grip.  
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i would get a palmers male stabilizer but if you don't have the
money...get a 4 to 8 chamberd, x-chamber...
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A palmers regulator is better, but as WKS suggested, if you don't have the money, get an X-chamber.
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I command you to buy the cheapest Palmer Stabilizer for only $60 and install it in front of the ASA adapter where the hose would connect. Cheapest way to go.
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Originally posted by paintboy123 paintboy123 wrote:

i use co2 what should i get x chamber or reg?

what 1?

is a stablizer a x chamber?

i have 98c can a x chamber or stablizer go where the stock
bottem line connects?

thanks,


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BTW, the Stabilizer you need to connect to the bottom-ASA is the
INLINE STABILIZER.

Stabilizers make your gun REALLY quiet and give you more shots out of a CO2 tank, after making proper adjustments (shoot a few paintballs and check their chrono speed, adjust velocity adjuster and pressure output, test again, etc. until all is well)


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Originally posted by Geoduck Geoduck wrote:

I command you to buy the cheapest Palmer Stabilizer for only $60 and install it in front of the ASA adapter where the hose would connect. Cheapest way to go.


You mean a female stabilizer?
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No. Those Female Stabilizers cost $85 and would replace the bottom ASA completely, which is unnecessary. I'm talking about these black ones.

You screw it into where the braided hose connects to the bottom of the gun, and have the hose connect into the Stabilizer.
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Female - Replaces ASA
Male   - Replaces Front grip
Inline - Goes where the gas line screws into the valve
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thanks for the help i wanted inline once i get some more $ im getting a palmers inline stablizer
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Originally posted by pooperscooper pooperscooper wrote:

Female - Replaces ASA
Male   - Replaces Front grip
Inline - Goes where the gas line screws into the valve


Nope, you are thinking about the Direct Stabilizer! The Inline Stabilizer works backwards to the way the Direct Stabilizer works. And you need to buy extra fittings for the Direct Stabilizer to hook up to the valve. Also, the Direct Stabilizer costs $100 which is too expensive.


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Originally posted by paintboy123 paintboy123 wrote:

thanks for the help i wanted inline once i get some more $ im getting a palmers inline stablizer
Cool, I'm glad you saved the extra $40!
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well i would get x chamber if u play in winter
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