There are many good inline regs. AKA 2 liter or sidewinder are known for being two of the best but there are many more that are good. Bob Long Torpedo, Dye, CP, Eclipse, etc.
Any decent inline reg should be able to run as low as a pressure as a cocker can be run. The key to a normal cocker setup is to sweet spot the reg based on your lower internals. It is a rather simple process that basically involves setting the spring pressure to @ the middle of its adjustment point. Then raise the reg pressure until the velocity stops rising and actually begins to decrease. Then lower the reg pressure to the highest velocity. If you are close to the velocity that you want to be at then tweak it using the spring pressure on the hammer. If you are way off then you will need to change the starting point of the velocity adjustment and start over. Ideally you want the least amount of hammer spring pressure so you can run a lower LPR. There is usually an ideal spot between main spring pressure, reg pressure and LPR that works best for each cocker.
Last edited by beekermartin : 10-13-2015 at 12:25 PM.