I think he is talking about for the Remains. I'm almost positive that the Remains uses a unique mounting pattern. I think its a good idea, I haven't heard any complaints about the stock lpr but I'm sure an SCM or STD could beat it. Its not necessary to add extra volume, since there's already enough to lower the operating pressure to ~80 psi, and its hard to do better than that without drilling a huge tube like on an Angel or Viking.
Originally Posted by SSCamaro
LPC= low pressure chamber it can help a little
LPR= low pressure regulator helps lower bolt pressure get that pinching of paintballs that most people enjoy or even a finger if you get bored and stick it down the breech.
Not quite. The only time an LPR will lower operating pressure is if you didn't have one in the first place, an aftermarket LPR will not help with this. I suppose if you were firing insanely fast and your LPR was not recharging fast enough and you needed to raise pressure to keep up, a faster LPR would allow a lower pressure, but that's not in the realm of likelihood.
What an aftermarket LPR may do, however, is increase shot-to-shot consistency, reduce creep, and possibly increase reliability.
The LPC (I call it a volumizer) will add more space for air to be stored before its fired, so this allows a lower operating pressure.