FX regulator adjustment

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    txrpls
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    Ok, I have been shooting my .25 Impact for about a month now. I want to start tinkering with the settings. The regulator gauge is pretty coarse. I purchased a couple of Huma gauges and replaced the fill gauge, but the rear regulator gauge will not fit. Is there a gauge that has a finer marking that will fit in the recessed or maybe a pressure instrument you connect to set the regulator pressure?

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    PerkyVal
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    The popular gauges seem to be Wika. Just search the forums here for the correct model.

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    DeadEyeDill
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    The edgun gauge is probably the most accurate you will find and will also fit just fine

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    txrpls
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    “DeadEyeDill”The edgun gauge is probably the most accurate you will find and will also fit just fine

    
I was going to order, but they are sold out. 

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    txrpls
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    “PerkyVal”The popular gauges seem to be Wika. Just search the forums here for the correct model.

    
Thanks, I initially searched, but it seems everyone is sold out. I have an extra Huma gauge, but it is too big in diameter to fit in the recess. I think I’ll post in the classifieds.

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    Drumsnguns
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    Hi,
    I got he Huma gauges for my Impact .25 and yes the regulator gauge doesn’t seal properly owing to the fact that it hits the bottom of the gun before it bottoms out in the “well”
    I contacted FX USA and got the plastic washer for the threaded well. It still didn’t seal right so I dug around and found an 0-ring that fits the diameter of the reg gauge threaded  shaft and now I’m good to go. The pressure there is only 120 bar or 1740 psi so you don’t need a real hard o-ring. Hope that helps. 

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    txrpls
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    @drumsnguns Thanks for that info. I have been looking for a deeper delrin washer. I also thought about taking the plate to a machine shop to have it reamed out.

    UPDATE: I just cranked down a little more on the gauge, and it sealed up. Full disclosure, I have the sideshot magazine plate installed.

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