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    SHP regulator, RT -ing enabler

    My wife bought me a new, Ninja, SHP regulator tank (ANS Black Pearl version) for my birthday.


    Suddenly, both my X-Valve Mags RT like crazy with some level of sweet spot control.


    I'm guessing that if I tuned the Level Ten with a tighter fitting brass ring, I would have more control over the sweet spot?

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    I think your best bet would be to bring the output pressure down by removing the shims in the SHP reg.

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    Trigger stops can help.

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    Practice is your best bet. Finding the sweet spot and learning how to hold it there is your best option. If your looking to always rapid fire then pull the center oring in your on/off or max out the shims in your ULT and be done with it.

    Trigger stops will only allow you to RT and keep you from one balling which some fields might frown upon.

    It's up to you, your play style and what your field will allow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ando View Post
    Trigger stops will only allow you to RT and keep you from one balling which some fields might frown upon.
    Gonna have to disagree with this one. I have trigger stops with my SHP setup and I can both one ball and RT at will. Takes some tinkering to get it right.

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    What's the point of having stops then? Aren't they there to hold the spot?

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