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junits15
07-10-2011, 03:50 PM
So Im bored and I want to experiment with low pressure. I have an 09 pilot, so There are a few things I've been wondering about.
1. Is this possible even though the pilot has no LPC?
2. I need a new valve, should I go with the rocket valve or just the 32 degrees one thats still floating around?
3. do CP regs have enough flow to make this work?
4. is it possible to get an LPC on a pilot?
5. will i need a higher flowing asa?

thats all i was wondering, Ive seen many LP spyders but they all have a front block with an LPC, thats the main thing thats holding me back right now.

Thank you!!

Lawpass
07-10-2011, 05:21 PM
How low are you thinking? The 09 electra its basically the pilot with a regulator and runs somewhere around 300psi. Hmm... I think the values are the same, any know if they are?

junits15
07-10-2011, 05:43 PM
Not sure, as low as I can get it to go. Doesn't the Electra have a different valve? I can't remember what it was called and since its no longer on spyder's site I cant check. From the looks of the diagrams in the manual its the same, its even got the same part #. I might just try it on 300 PSI with no mods and see what happens. Odds are that I'll still need a spring kit.

EDIT they called it synergy engineering dual air source something or another