Reg help lg110 urgent!!

Discussion in 'Steyr' started by fx sniper, Feb 11, 2012.

  1. fx sniper

    fx sniper New Member

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    Hi
    I new here and have beek searching around
    Since I took my lg110 hp .22 regulator apart
    I forgot the correct way for the washers could
    Some wizzard here please show me how they
    are placed??
    Either by drawing or by ))))(((

    Cheers

    Fx Sniper
     
  2. chrispro97

    chrispro97 New Member

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    like this kidda ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) hav u 8 or 9 in yours kidda
     
  3. fx sniper

    fx sniper New Member

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    Hi

    Man Im impressed Quick reply I like!!
    Well I Got 9 Im sure, is there any diff??
    I think is 8 better than 9 or opposit??

    Cheers

    Fx Sniper

    PS. I owe you guys the thruth is that it was originally
    An hp lg110 in .177 which I converted to .22 but thats
    way back before Steyr made theirs in .22 FAC!!
    Then I actually converted it furthermore to .25 running
    Ok hot for 14 shots!! For some stupid reason I took
    everything apart before xmas.....and now Im stuck
    with reasembling tje reg correctly. Them theres all the
    trial and error to get things right again.
    Lastly would it be possible for mé to install the new valving
    And return spring, the fac spring and new hammer with
    Rear adjustment????
    Sorry Im so long in writing, but Im from Denmark
    Youll have to Bear with me
     
  4. chrispro97

    chrispro97 New Member

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    with 9 do this( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( thats how they fit in reg matey
     
  5. chrispro97

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    yes u can fit new spring and ball bearing with external power adjuster with new hammer,ball bearing is only fitted to fac at rear of spring to get power up,aldo set the reg to 120bar as well for fac
     
  6. fx sniper

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    :)Hi

    Hmm dump question....would there by any change be an approximate number of turns out
    on the reg screw, in order to be nere 120bar??
    And just to cut time down a little it would be nice if there were something like that!!

    Cheers

    FX SNIPER
     
  7. Where's Molly

    Where's Molly Active Member

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    morning.
    the other bloke has given you completely wrong information im afraid.
    the correct arrangment for a 9 belleville set up is shown below.
    the reg pressure for when it was a .177 is 100 bar but now its .22 i dont know. depends on what sort of power level youre expecting to achieve.
    i recently built a .22 with a 140 bar setup and european spring with a transfer port that i made myself and this produced just over 1000 fps with 16 grains.
    stabilizer had no effect though! :D
    atb.
    rich.

    ()()(()((
     
  8. Where's Molly

    Where's Molly Active Member

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    if you want me to rebuild the reg and set the pressure for you just chuck it in the post and ill do it for you.
    pm me for my address.
    atb.
    rich.
     
  9. chrispro97

    chrispro97 New Member

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    u need a reg checker matey to set pressure,dont try and guess it get in touch with wiseguy on ere he lives in netherlands and it would be easier for u to send to him etc being your are in denmark
     
  10. chrispro97

    chrispro97 New Member

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    i never seen the reg washer set up with 9 like that kidda how is the 8 set up wot u hav seen kidda
     
  11. wiseguy

    wiseguy Active Member

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    Rich is correct concerning the setup of the washers in case 9 washers are used. But turning the small srew gives a massive difference so be carefull. Without reg checker this is a very time consuming job.
    regards,
    Rob
     
  12. fx sniper

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    Hi
    Well took tvinges apart again, and either I lost a washer
    or I have counted wrong because, it only has 8 washers
    So do I set it as shown just with one less??
    Secondly I have tried to get in contact with you
    Bainbridges but dont know if I do it correctly
    Could you PM me with your address??

    Cheers

    Fx sniper
     
  13. Sharpe

    Sharpe Semper fidelis

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    Engelsk din er bedre den Norske min.....:D
     
  14. kilty

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    Morning Chris
    That information was given by Ernst Huber. i think he got it right!!:D
     
  15. chrispro97

    chrispro97 New Member

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    ive just looked ive got the bugger wrong lol,9 washer is as shown by other guy looks like i got given the wrong information on the 9 washer,
     

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