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Old 03-08-2007, 04:45 PM
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Question HPA - Spyder & Epiphany

Ok, so I ordered a Smart Parts Epiphany. However, I also plan to keep my Spyder Pilot. Its a great gun and I have put alot of time and money into it.

Anyways, I want HPA and need it for the Epiphany. I am confused on what to do though. How do these HPA tanks regulate? If I get a high output tank (850psi I think) I know I can use it on the Spyder* (my operating psi on it is 800) but what about the Epiphany? When I put it on the Epiphany can I regulate the HPA tank down or will the stock regulator on the Epiphany do it for me? Or do I need a Low Output for the Epiphany?

Thanks guys! I hope I am asking clear enough for you to understand what answer I am looking for. I would just like to go HPA on all my guns but have 2 that operate at 2 different PSI levels.

* I know using Co2 with my Spyder that my Palmer Pursuit regulator can adjust to whatever PSI I want it to.
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Old 03-08-2007, 04:56 PM
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Default Re: HPA - Spyder & Epiphany

The Epiphany has its own regulator. you can run a high psi HPA tank and the gun will regulate itself.
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Old 03-08-2007, 05:37 PM
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Default Re: HPA - Spyder & Epiphany

Get the HP tank. My Impulse runs at 150psi and I use HP HPA tanks with it no prob. They're much better for recharge and as stated, the regulator of the marker keeps the pressure under control. LP tanks are for old finicky Angels and such that can't take the higher regulated 800psi HPA pressures -
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Old 03-08-2007, 08:11 PM
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Default Re: HPA - Spyder & Epiphany

Excellent guys! I appreciate the advice. Now its time to shop. Thanks.
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