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Old 10-16-2016, 10:13 PM #1
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Fatty or Male stabilizer for my build? LP EBolt 98

So I am sourcing parts for my build right now and plan on running a micro rock lpr and a palmers male or fatty stabilizer. I was just plain and simply talked into it saying they are the most reliable and well worth the money. I'm all about reliability. Only thing I have heard is that the fatty is able to be more fine tuned than the male? Is this true?

98 custom with lp kit and ebolt setup is what they will be going on.
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Old 10-27-2016, 01:42 PM #2
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As I remember, the Fatty is not user serviceable. That is my biggest problem with them. Otherwise, never had an issue with one to date. The Stabilizer is always a good choice, just the same.
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Old 11-15-2016, 07:18 PM #3
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As I remember, the Fatty is not user serviceable. That is my biggest problem with them. Otherwise, never had an issue with one to date. The Stabilizer is always a good choice, just the same.
The Fatty is user serviceable and very simple to do so. PPS sells rebuild kits for Fatty and Stabilizer.

The main difference between the 2 is that the standard Stabilizer is adjustable from 0-750 psi output pressure and the Fatty is a low pressure system regulator adjustable from 0-400 psi output pressure. With that being said both will work great for you and I haven't heard of one being particularly more fine tune friendly then the other but since the Fatty is a smaller output range regulator I suppose it could allow for more fine tuning. It really comes down to which you like the look of better.
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