Fx Regulator Tester, where to get from?

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    hsnmz
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    Hi, I am looking to get a regulator tester for Fx bobcat, wildcat. Where can I get one from in USA please?

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    n2stuff
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    Not in the US but they ship fast………………..https://www.huma-air.com/Huma-regulator-tester

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    edosan
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    Any digital pressure gauge 200 to 300 bar pressure, and bsp 1/8 tread will do, most are 1/4 bsp, so you might need a connector 1/4 to 1/8 bsp

    For example Search for "digital pressure gauge 250 bar" on google images or ebay, aliexpress..etc

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    hsnmz
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    n2stuff

    Not in the US but they ship fast………………..https://www.huma-air.com/Huma-regulator-tester

    As stated on their website it only works with Huma regulators. They have also listed the Royal/bobcat regulators as not supported.

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    hsnmz
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    edosan

    Any digital pressure gauge 200 to 300 bar pressure, and bsp 1/8 tread will do, most are 1/4 bsp, so you might need a connector 1/4 to 1/8 bsp

    For example Search for "digital pressure gauge 250 bar" on google images or ebay, aliexpress..etc

    Thanksfor the suggeting, how will I use this to check regulator pressure?

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    edosan
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    You need to take out the stock gauge regulator, and put the electronic one (is very common use on tuners/airgunsmith)  check it and then if you like leave it there (bulky) or put the stock reg back.

     

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    jwrabbit123
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    I your gun a stock regulator >>???? if so  send it to Ernest in FX to adjust or if you want to try , buy an extra gage

    then remove stock you will see a brass screw to bleed air remove it and install a gage there and refill it and see the reading ay for example

    120 bar and you want to try 130 bar  then drain remove tube , mart nut on reg body and move a tiny bit clockwist to raise pressure or oosten to lower it , like 1/16 OF A TURN ONLY REINSTALL AND REFILL  gun and see what gage reads ,thi is only way with out buying a reg tester and making  some specual bushings to adaptor..it may be time consuming , and use alot of air ,as you have to remove tube each time good luck ,

    I have to stress if you turn too much it will take you many attempts to get back , turn very very slightly 

                

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    Zonk
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    Contact [email protected],com he'll make you one.

     

    Zonk

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    edosan
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    Sorry, the 1/8 bsp is for the impact, donno the tread that the bobcat or wildcat have

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    tsakula
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    id like to buy leshiy reg tester

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    hsnmz
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    Thanks guys

    @zonk thanks, sending email now.

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