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Old 12-02-2012, 06:21 PM
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As I mentioned earlier, turn your fluid in so not as much material is coming out of your gun, obviously, this is a thick product and a 1.4 is the maximum size for a product of this viscosity. As Novafreak said, you can try to turn up your air pressure as long as your "cigar pattern doesn't change...if the pattern looks heavy on the top and the bottom use a tighter smaller pattern. As far as sanding it down...wait until the morning, take a look at it then and let us know, if you require a flatter finish, then you may need to sand it down and redo your gun set up.

Very often there is a reason HF guns don't cost as much as a brand name gun, they don't seem to have the flexibility of use and adjustment range of other guns.
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