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Re: Rapid Regulators

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I can always say no :lol: :mrgreen:
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Re: Rapid Regulators

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Quint wrote: Thu Apr 21, 2022 1:05 pm After talking on email, I've gone for NBR90. Basically same as standard NBR70 but a lot more durable (especially in a high pressure regulator), just a fooker to get on because they are so tough, you need to heat them up first to make them more pliable :thumbup:

I'll supply all types though if required.
That’s great Steve. Intend to test them with all three and see what happens. I just recall what happened when we used Viton on the HW100 reg pistons.
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Blackmax wrote: Thu Apr 21, 2022 6:04 pm That’s great Steve. Intend to test them with all three and see what happens. I just recall what happened when we used Viton on the HW100 reg pistons.
I can't remember internally using them on the HW100 versions, only on the bodies - which were static
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Re: Rapid Regulators

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Hmm think I need one of these
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Re: Rapid Regulators

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When will they be available? Gotta spend my money on something.
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