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    edosan
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    Here is the marks that you talk in the video (easy fix with just a black sharpie) and ptfe (use black if you do not like the bright neon white! ;) )

     

     

     

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    Good tutorial Bob!

    Tip: I do not use loctite on that screw basically because I change barrels a lot (Impact X), I use Teflon Tape or PTFE, works good (easy to add and easy to remove). But loctite or ptfe is a must there since it will get loose if you do not add it, affecting the  speed (hammer spring),

    IMO if you use 1 barrel only, loctite, if you change barrels PTFE (Both work)

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    This is fun! Keep them coming ;)

    I have learned once thing in life, no meter what you do, if you do it for an audience, half of them will find that you suck! :D so, be ready! ✌️

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    Helimech

    I understand I must have gotten a bad compressor. I am using the ISO 46 oil that is recommended. My compressor had just shy of a hour run time on it. I only ran it for 20 minutes at a time before I let it cool down when filling my bottle from 0. With my additional filter, this should have never happened.

    True, and thanks for sharing. Your input is VERY important to understand this type compressors and experiences with them, and what can go south…they sure work, but as we know QA on this Chinese compressors are far from good sometimes. Thanks again for your time. 

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    cosmic

    Water pump and compressor…

    Got it, and you are right, I will add that to the post

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    Hubertus

    My YH got a check valve between hp piston and gauge. if i open then connected tank, the pressure goes up and i always thought that the piston is under pressure too but i was wrong :) you have to remove the outlet pipe and the check valve falls out – if its build in.

    i bought a better pump and changed the weak hoses for a higher waterflow.

    Hubertus, can you post a picture of it?

    Is my understanding that the pump included have enough flow, more flow will not improve the cooling process.

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    Jammin22

    So what temp. should it be around? Mine has the Celsius gauge. Mine normally runs between 53-60c even up to 25-30 minutes of run time.

    That is relative, in my case never over 50, but that thermometer is crap, the probe may be touching something hot or not. Is pretty easy to take it out and check it, the probe should not touch anything.. When my compressor is running never pass 40, and when it shut off, goes up until 50 (since the internal fan stop working)…sorry I do not have an exact number and remember, is only my experience…tiny one since is only with 1 compressor.

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    Once you mastered the impact x, there is no match (IMO)…but takes time to get there a lot of frustration, all the info is out there for you (master class, ER videos) …

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    Jammin22

    Hello,

      I have the knock off to the Yong Heng. It very similar in looks. Anyway, I usually try to refill my 88cuft tank when it gets around 3000psi. Maybe this is wrong? Because according to your listing, if I would shut mine off at 25min. I wouldn't be filled yet. And you state not to turn it off if the pressure is 280-300bar. That might be where mine is at 25min. I'm new to this so just asking? So, you don't want to start your fill again at 300bar or higher after the initial 1st 25min fill?

    Hello Jamin

    3000 psi = 200 bar so all good there, to start is perfect

    88 cuft tank = How many liters? 12? maybe more..that is a big tank…YH compressors are not made to fill those @ 1 charge only.

    If I had that tank (I dont, I have 6.8 liters and 9 liters) I will fill that tank from 200bar to 250bar (3000psi to 3750psi ) , then rest and cool down and then 250 to 300 bar (3750 psi to 4500 psi) 

    Can you fill it over 25 min? of course! but then you risk too high temperature (for sure), that means more wear to he compresor (for sure), more oil vapor (probably) and more water vapor (for sure), and eventually that in your tanks.  This compressors are almost disposables and if you ask too much from them, they will fail. More temp = more vapors and you want to avoid that. So if you CAN keep it cool, maybe is not a problem and you can go way beyond 25min max.

    25 min mark is just a reference, can be more or less depending on several factors. (ambient temp, humidity, altitud, etc)

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    His videos are fun to watch, hope he come back soon. I do not care for perfect videos, just a tripod and a cel cam are enough for me.

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    sonny

    A nice padded rubber floor mat(1/4 inch) also helps with the vibration of the unit keeps it from walking accross the floor too.

    Good one, added !

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    Just add a few improvements to the inicial post

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    Nice Bob, thanks for sharing!

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    cosmic

    The pump and compressor shold be level with each other, that way less head pressure on the pump , so a bit more flow, and a bit more cooling…

    Thanks cosmic, what do you mean by the pump and compressor? maybe you mean the tank and compressor?

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    DirtyDovi

    edosan,  Great tips / tricks!

    **Thumbs Up**

    Sam –
     

    Thanks SAM! just sharing the knowledge ;)

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    sonny

    I have been using Valvoline SAE 30 non detergent motor oil in my  Y/H for a year without issues i also use ice in the water to keep it cool.BTW because its not a combustion engine there's no carbon build up around the piston.

    That oil is identical to iso 100  I believe, just a fancy way to call it. 

    SAE30 NON DETERGENT = ISO 100, I add the name in the inicial post. Basically SAE30 NON DETERGENT is a compressor oil. (please correct me if I am wrong)

    More info https://bettertoolz.com/oil-for-air-compressor/

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    "Compressor Oil vs. Motor Oil…

    ​Compressor oils are specifically designed for compressors (obviously) and are really just basically a non-detergent type of oil.

    Typically a motor oil (for your car or truck) is going to have some type of detergent in it, which is beneficial to an internal combustion engine but for a compressor it is not going to be the best choice because it will actually cause a lot more carbon build up in a fairly short amount of time."

    https://www.quora.com/Is-non-detergent-30-oil-the-same-as-SAE-30w-oil

    From that one:
    "If you REALLY NEED SAE 30 non detergent oil, you can buy ISO 100 straight mineral industrial oil which is identical or Use ISO 100 R&O hydraulic oil with you may find easier to get."

     

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    nsw812

    Thanks for sharing these tips and tricks. Where do we get more explosion proof discs? 

    You are welcome! Check ebay or aliexpress "Explosion Proof Disc"

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    I have a good experience on YH, I bought the high end YH compressor, auto stop, maybe is a way to ensure is original? (not a scientific method jajaj but "pirates" probably will make the low end version only).

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    You r welcome Nate! hope it helps

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    Check FB

    From there:

     

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