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    Gforce Internal LPR - post to order.

    EDITED TO REFLECT CURRENT SALE
    Ok, shown below is a pic of a "production" LPR adapter and CP on/off ASA.
    Also shown is the modified nickel/brass WGP nut- which saves me alot of machine time.
    I have completed testing on both the custom aluminum adapter and the converted WGP nut.
    Both work excellent and I'm really pleased with both. Either should get the job done.
    Orders are ready to be taken, and work is ready to commence (forget about lengthy waits for this custom part ).
    If you have expressed interest in this thread previously, you have been PMed. Chime in or PM me if you would like in on this.



    I will be offering the Aluminum adapter as a single part you can use to upgrade the WGP LPR you already have.
    The WGP modified nut will be sold with the WGP LPR. I will try to purchase several in bulk and pass on the savings.
    If you have a WGP reg, you're welcome to send it in if you want the WGP nut modified instead of an aluminum adapter.

    Just an adapter will be $30 shipped.
    The Complete LPR Kit will be $55 shipped.
    All parts and orings are included as well Direct Mount ASA modification if you wish to send that part in.
    Orders will be filled as received. Paypal payments should be sent to jrm33@cwru.edu
    If you decide to order, post here or PM me in addition to including your information with Paypal.
    If paypal is not your payment medium of choice, PM me for more info.

    Trades are accepted. (Preferably Glock magazines)
    Last edited by Pneumagger; 12-11-2008 at 11:42 PM. Reason: update

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    I'll commit to buying two adapters for $60. Please PM me when and at what PP MO address I should send the money to.

    If you would do the ASA is there a particular make/model that works best so I may purchase those to send in?

    Thanks
    Last edited by Looper; 11-18-2008 at 04:41 AM. Reason: Changed PP to MO

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    Will this have better efficiency than Ticklers? Ticklers need way higher pressures because of their lack of volume. They waste so much air.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warbeak2099
    Will this have better efficiency than Ticklers? Ticklers need way higher pressures because of their lack of volume. They waste so much air.
    The mount should not change any properties of the WGP regs as the internal dimensions are nearly identical.
    On a side note, I'm not sure I understand what you mean by "need way higher pressures" and how the volume would effect this in the application.
    Can you link me to the discussion thread?

    Does anyone here running a gforce know the minimum output pressure for use with a ULT and RT on off?
    Since the sear leg is extended, I'm guessing it will be somewhere in the 25-35psi range and work best with an RT on off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pneumagger
    The mount should not change any properties of the WGP regs as the internal dimensions are nearly identical.
    On a side note, I'm not sure I understand what you mean by "need way higher pressures" and how the volume would effect this in the application.
    Can you link me to the discussion thread?

    Does anyone here running a gforce know the minimum output pressure for use with a ULT and RT on off?
    Since the sear leg is extended, I'm guessing it will be somewhere in the 25-35psi range and work best with an RT on off.
    I mean that you aren't going to be able to trip the sear consistently running 25psi into a Tickler. They need to be run at higher pressures than other LPR's because of the lack of volume. You can't do 15-20bps consistently with a Tickler at 25psi. You'd need to be running it a lot higher to get a reliable rof on these frames. Which would suck because you're wasting a lot more gas than you need to.

    Example: Ticklers on cockers need to be jacked up a lot higher than a larger LPR which translates to more kick. They are small and that's great and all, but they sacrifice the ability to handle higher rofs at low pressures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warbeak2099
    You can't do 15-20bps consistently with a Tickler at 25psi. .
    Good thing I can't shoot faster then 14 bps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper
    I'll commit to buying two adapters for $60. Please PM me when and at what PP address I should send the money to.

    If you would do the ASA is there a particular make/model that works best so I may purchase those to send in?

    Thanks
    I find the CP direct mount ASA's are very easy to work with. They have a flat top and simply require a nice little 3/32" hole throught the top.
    The CP on/off is a bit longer (awkward looking IMO) and requires the top to be faced off with an angled hole running from the top into a side output port.
    You can find them in BSTs or on Ebay. They're not too pricey nowadays. I think Barb's PB retails them cheaply along with the WGP LPR.

    Plus, who knows... maybe gforce will release the proper ASA for the frame.

    My threading inserts shipped on the 14th, so when they get here I'll make a small quantity to keep onhand.
    I can buy the mounting screws locally and orings are next day delivery.
    Updates will be posted when testing occurs!

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    WOW, G-Force couldn't come up with something like this but Pneumagger could whip it up in his basement

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    I would be in for one as well.

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    I am interested in one as well.

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    Count me in for one. Send payment info, i can do mo but paypal is easier. Thanks pneumagger this is great.

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    Your PM Box is full.

    I just got my second CP Direct Mount ASA in the mail yesterday and will be shipping the two ASA's and a MO for $110 to you tomorrow. Keep me posted or let me know if you need anything from me.

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    xmas for me

    1 Aluminum adapter $30
    1 Compleate lpr (black) kit $55
    modify ASA Free

    Sending you my asa and a MO for $85.

    Thanks alot for making these. No rush enjoy the hollidays Im going to be out of town for a while.

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    Update:
    The shop finaly got my LPR order correct. I suspect LPRs will arrive in a day or so.
    So if thAt's what you're waiting on...

    PM box Cleared.
    Last edited by Pneumagger; 12-21-2008 at 10:41 PM.

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