Originally Posted by colorado719
and my LPR is currently set at 60 psi
Not sure this was mentioned already or not, but this pic shows the LPR around 68 psi (tough to tell with the shadow, but roughly between the two tick marks representing 64 and 72). The reason I'm pointing this out is that many people seem all too focused on setting their LPR to extremely low values. It is likely that the OP was seeing good results from his LPR at 60 psi because it actually wasn't set that low.
IMHO if players want a smoother shot or a G6R that is a bit gentler on paint, then they should chrono lower (e.g. 285 vs 300) and/or increase the dwell slightly (reducing efficiency). The other option is using the LP poppet (reducing efficiency) while keeping similar-to-stock LPR/dwell settings. Each marker is slightly different but a good rule of thumb would be to keep the LPR around 70-75 psi for best consistency.
Anyway, this seems like a recurring theme and it might be best to lower people's expectations regarding LPR settings and convince them that lower isn't necessarily better.
Here's another post from earlier in this thread that seems to contain better advice regarding settings with the LP poppet:
Originally Posted by Mr. Stealthy
Here are the settings BLAST used and the results.
1838 shots chrono'ing 285-300 using a Ninja 70/4500 tank with output set at 500psi (non slp). Hpr setting was 170, LPR setting was 70, Dwell was set at 6.