Originally Posted by Brute06
Hey, not to be mean 7 dollars, I used to think the same thing, but if you look at the actual schematics for the gun, the LPR has absolutely nothing to do with the velocity other than the dwell of the ram. The air flows through the HPR directly into the valve and into the LPR, which then sets the pressure for that air to go into the noid and then the ram. The air from the LPR never gets to the paintball. I think it was qhimg who showed me this, and sorry if I got his name wrong.
^this is just to go along with what brute said^
the lpr only sends air to the solenoid to help the gun cycle. and your hpr is what gives your paintballs velocity which why you set the lpr first then adjust your velocity by raising or lowering pressure in the HPR