I use an old on/off that has a gauge on the side instead of a macro fitting. This allows you to check the pressure of any HPR or tank with standard threading. I'd start around 175 and work your way up until you hit chrono speed.
Alright. Here is the Story. There is a leak which Ive had for some time. My pressures are good and I have replaced all of the orings I could think of that might cause a leak coming from the back or the frame (near the solenoid). I had another thread on this where you guys told me to check my pressures and something about my solenoid. My lpr is jusst below 80 psi and my hpr is set at about 180 psi. What could be the problem?
no if you turn the lpr all the way down and the leak stops then you know its a low pressure area thats leaking, but if the leak doesnt stop then its high pressure air some how getting back there, like via the race track oring.