Originally Posted by HokiePB
Wasn't STP planning on producing an externally adjustable LPR for LCDs at one point? What ever happened with that?
I followed up on this and spoke to someone at STP about a year ago. There are no plans to market one for the LCDs. I asked if he could make a personal batch for me and he said it wouldn't be cost effective because they are produced in very large quantities. Finally, I humorously asked him if he could send me design details so I could have my machinist mill one... the response was "definitely not." heh
In regards to how much an external lpr would benefit the led/lcd, I saw dramatic shot to shot consistency after I installed an AKA internal lpr. Consistency brings tighter shot groupings and/or better accuracy. Personally, I'm not a fan of the stock lpr, they seem really constrictive. I've always wanted to mod or bore one out, but that will probably never happen.
On the back of the back of the backburner, I would like to send in the era mod I own (sits lonely in a box) and have a machinist make a "sleeve" that functions the same, but would take up less volume. This has been discussed before as trancer mentioned.
I would never pseudo-era mod a rare angel (impact). Save that for a run of the mill model.