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Old 07-18-2005, 02:20 PM
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The Iwata LH 1.4 400 Copy pics and review

Here are a few pics I took this afternoon of this bad boy.. As you can clearly see it looks to be the same one they are advertising on ebay, and mine is straight out of China
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Old 07-18-2005, 02:21 PM
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last one for today. Tomorrow when I am fresh I am going to attempt some spray test... I ran reducer thru it today and you could "hear" how well it sprayed, plus it had a nice fan pattern that adjusted easily...There are numbers on thefluid tip adjustment knob and on the fan control knob...

It has an overall nice fit and finish for the price.. The finish on this gun is better than that of my Astro's, similar to my sharpe finnex-100 on the gun body.. stat tuned more to come
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I looked over the pics and WOW that gun does look like The Iwata LPH-400 except the fluid tip is far different. The Iwata LPH has a fluid tip that protrudes slightly past the aircap and has small V shaped notches cut into it. I don't see that on the copy gun. Even if it isn't a direct LPH copy it may spray good- might be a copy of the non regular non-LPH design?
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Old 07-19-2005, 11:14 AM
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can I ask where u got that from? I may wanna pick one up for myself
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Hey BondKing did you get that gun from Tuul Shed on Ebay?

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Old 07-19-2005, 12:57 PM
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I got it from a friend of mine... He wanted me to try it out to see what i thought..I think some jobbers in different parts of the South are selling them like hotcakes... He got it from a guy wholesaling them to stores... There is a cloud of smoke hoovering over my back yard area from some local idiot burning off something a few miles away.... anyways when/if the air clears, I will drag myself from the couch to my little "shop out back" really its to the side...lol and we are going to spray some colors....


If you are good class, maybe tomorrow we can get Jim to come over and spray the clear....I will get some more pics
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Old 07-19-2005, 01:46 PM
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Try and find out who is selling them on the net if you can and let us know. I definitely want one.

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Old 07-19-2005, 02:32 PM
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Will do..

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Who's this Jim guy?
If you get out there and start working and bust your stitches I'm gonna
have to come over there and kick your ####.
Now go back to the couch where you belong.
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Old 07-20-2005, 05:35 AM
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Here are a couple more pics of it broke down and what came with the gun... Sorry for my arm sling getting in the way .... My computer I think has a virus, it took me over an hour to download pics off my camera.. I'm taking it to Best Buy this morning so I wont be on line for a few days..the last picture shows some type of sealer that was all through this.. in the cup, and all in the gun body head when i disassembled it.
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Is this the same product?

Is this the importer?
http://rongpeng.com/products2-3.htm#
http://rongpeng.com/images/c2/pro17.jpg (enlarged pic)
The numbers match the ebay ad description?
The part numbers are identical but the pics are not similar.
Does anyone else (online/traditional store) sell these guns?

I think I had the wrong pic. Thanks 302/Z28

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Old 07-21-2005, 03:51 PM
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I think that gun you have the link for is a copy of a Sharpe gun.

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I think that gun you have the link for is a copy of a Sharpe gun.

Vince
No, he is looking at the same gun-W-400, but there's no price and the fluid tip listed is a 1.5?
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yeah the brand is rongpeng. I seen them for sale from them if you want to buy 200 or more. I don't need that many of them. They don't have any distributers listed on their site either that I've seen. I am sure someone has to sell them if they sell as good as what someone on here said. I haven't found any place to get one besides ebay yet. I would be willing to try it out, but not going to pay what they have been going for on ebay after shipping. A little more money and I can get a name brand and have parts easily available.
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Old 07-21-2005, 10:26 PM
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wow i now know your style of painting ! i wouldn't pay for that but i have to say its a great gun for the type of paint jobs you do!!!!!!!!
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