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Discussion in 'Steyr' started by wiseguy, Feb 5, 2011.

  1. wiseguy

    wiseguy Active Member

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    Just arrived :)
    regards,
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  2. JasonGoldsmith66

    JasonGoldsmith66 Banned

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    No idea ! What is it ?? :confused:
     
  3. Jon

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    Reg checker
     
  4. villiers

    villiers Self appointed antipimp

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    Reg tester

    Bit like my Walther one.Has a fly lead off to my S200 which gets fill to 80bar and the it is regged by the walther test reg and shots fired to check reg return pressure.
     

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  5. chrispro97

    chrispro97 New Member

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    reg checker steyr

    001.jpg this is mine rob with a reg fitted
     
  6. wiseguy

    wiseguy Active Member

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    Yes, indeed, it's a regulator checker, but made by Steyr for Steyr. :)
    It has a setup that if you attach the regulator and air cilinder, it will stay firm on the surface.
    But what I like most, it has an internal chamber and valve, which enables you to simulate a shot fired.
    This way you can see if the pressure remains stable over time (leaks) and if the pressure returns to the adjusted value (after shot fired). The valve requires some force to be opened, eg light hammer strike done by hand.
    That last feature seems an advantage to me for simulating the real working conditions.
    regards,
    Rob
     

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  7. Scooby

    Scooby Pete Dutton

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    I have the same setup on my Walther reg checker, mine was originally designed to utilise the electronics & solenoid from a Daystate but the electronics packed in :(
     
  8. wiseguy

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    A small test setup with a 16J regulator, I use the plastic part of the screwdriver to hit the valve and simulate shots.
    The internal setup for the 16J regulator washers is ()()()() in total 8 spring washers.
    A 24J version has 9 spring washers in another setup, so to get higher that 85 bar you would need an additional spring washer.
    regards,
    Rob
     

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  9. chrispro97

    chrispro97 New Member

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    we set ours to 90 bar seem to run better rob
     
  10. wiseguy

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    You do that only by adjusting the small set screw in top of the regulator or also by changing the internal setup?
    cheers,
    Rob
     
  11. chrispro97

    chrispro97 New Member

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    only change the external screw rob,we only hav 16 joule regs,screw out to let more out or screw in to set reg pressure lower for 10metre guns,ie 70 bar 7.5joule,90 bar 16 joule
     
  12. CameronWilson

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    I've noticed that the latest Steyr Hunters are set to 85 bar, and have eight bellview washers, and three really, really, really, really thin spacers.

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