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Old 05-10-2014, 10:53 PM
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Iwata regulator, which one?

Finally ordered my Iwata LPH-80! Need a regulator at the gun as I know I should be shooting it in the 14-16PSi range. What regulator do you guys recommend? low priced ones appreciated but not at the expense of the quality I'll need. 20-30$ savings now won't be worth the headaches of problem solving if I have issues spraying.

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I use these on my Sata guns, but it may be a bit big for the LPH80?
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Iwata AK-1R or similar such as the RTI MR-1. Don't waste your money one a so called regulator if it doesn't have a diaphragm, it is only a flow control valve.
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