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Old 10-02-2006, 08:25 AM #1
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Evolve PI reg, OK to get HP?

So I want to upgrade my reg. I like the looks/cost/reviews of the Evolve PI. All that appears to be available are used ones, so I have questions.

Can I get the HP version of the Evolve? This would be one of the older ones, back when they made HP and LP versions. I really do not want to blow the noid on my Blackheart. What are the pressure ranges of these versions?

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Old 10-02-2006, 08:43 AM #2
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i have a regulator that goes 0-1200 psi, and it works fine, you just have to be more careful when adjusting the pressure with hp regs, as they can go a huckuvva lot higher giving you a greater chance to blow your noid

for that reason, i would try and get an lp one

whats the range of pressure on the hp?
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Old 10-02-2006, 08:56 AM #3
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If you can wait for the adjustable Pi then I would.
Shims can be added to adjust the pressure higher.
IMO, that is the way to go.
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all opinions respected....if looking for an Evolve, I would recommend looking for a used LP version. it seems as thought hey were build for the ION since any pressure above around 200 psi gets vented out saving the noid.

eidt: But like any new regulator on your gun, Zero it out before airing it up and adjusting the internal pressures.
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