Originally Posted by monkeyballer099639
Edit: Guess the video isn't there anymore.
OK, so first start by turning your HPR all the way in and your LPR all the way out. Then you air up the gun and dry fire. The gun should not cycle air when the regs are like this. Next, turn your HPR out one complete turn. When that is done, start turning your LPR in to increase the velocity. The gun should be cycling now. Turn the LPR up to your desired velocity. However, do not let the LPR adjustment screw go past being flush with the body! Doing so can over pressurize the oring and cause it to burst. If you do get to flush on the LPR and your velocity still isn't high enough, turn the LPR back out all the way and then turn the HPR out another 1/4 turn. Once you do that, start turning the LPR in again. Repeat this process until you get your velocity. With a 550 output tank, I would expect you HPR to be 1 and 1/2 turns out, but you never know until you set it. Since the Creed is needs the regs to be balanced, it is important to make sure you do this properly. You can't just crank the HPR up like an ego.
Remember, it is important to not let the LPR adjustment screw go past flush and do not let the HPR go out more than 2 full turn.
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he is right, the lpr is one full turn if you have a high pressure tank and 1 1/4 for a low pressure tank