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Thread: Shp asa

  1. #1
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    Shp asa

    Does anyone have a recommendation for an ASA to use with a super high pressure output tank? I'd like to use the POPs asa, but I'm not sure I can pull the macro line fitting and I'm nervous about the seals functioning with ~1100 psi.
    faster is better...

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    I use a SHP Reg/POPs ASA setup and have had no issues. I am not sure what you mean by "I'm not sure I can pull the macro line fitting"

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    I run macro with my SHP reg and have no issues. Use the thicker walled macro and you should be fine.

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    Seems like I should remove the mini macro line fitting and run a braided hose since macro line isn't rated for 1100 psi....I know it can be done, it's just not what I'd call reliable.

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    Cool...that simplifies things I guess.

    Quote Originally Posted by OPBN View Post
    I run macro with my SHP reg and have no issues. Use the thicker walled macro and you should be fine.

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    Plus....LIGHTER

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    You can buy macroline, something like 3000 psi burst pressure I believe.

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    i use a cp mini direct mount asa and macroline and never had a problem and i run my ninja shp reg full bore 1100

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