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Old 09-21-2010, 04:36 PM #1
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tuning my superstock

I'm working on tuning my superstock, should I run higher pressures or ower pressures? what difference would it make in the way it shoots?
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Old 09-21-2010, 04:50 PM #2
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lower pressures mean you can run softer springs...which in turn means you can lower your LPR, whichin turn means you may get a smoother shot. However, lower pressures mean higher volume of air. At a certain point, of which I am not sure myself, lower pressures become less efficent then higher.

My advice....

stick with the springs you have, sweet spot the reg and only adjust the springs if needed. I find the difference isn't that much from the stock springs and valve...

I just recently posted up somewhere else if the PE Nexus internals are worth swapping over to from my stock Orracle stuff....everyone posted up no...and that is what I figured.
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