Introducing the all new Skeleton Air Regulator Wave Spring
Infamous, in collaboration with Powerhouse, is taking wave spring technology from the bottle regulator to the marker! Wave spring technology is a precision woven, flat wire spring for improved consistency and reliability to get your on marker regulator back to setpoint pressure fast.
Powerhouse first introduced the wave spring in their popular competition Haymkr 500 and TKO regulators because of the added consistency and reliable performance that they brought to the table. Now we are bringing it to you, as a performance upgrade for Planet Eclipse marker regulators.
The wave spring is a quick drop in item that installs in only a few minutes. (Installation video below). It's a performance upgrade for your marker regulator that improves the pressure consistency, leading tobetter ball on ball accuracy. Over nine months of development and testing were put into making this the most consistent pressure controlling component available for a marker.
IMPORTANT INSTALL READ FIRST
*Double check FIRM securing of the two 5/32” screws on ASA
**IMPORTANT with new install - Turn your regs down about a turn with new spring install, then check and adjust velocity back up slowly to protect solenoid
***SHIMS we have started including 2 shims (volt colored discs) that fit on the end of the springs. Use the spring by itself first to test. With the majority of markers the spring by itself works fine. you will notice a smooth consistent velocity. You ONLY need to use a shim if you have tried the spring by itself first and haven't been able to achieve higher velocity. In that case you can introduce 1 shim at a time and test your velocity.
This is a well designed upgrade for your marker. Initial chrono at 285 with stock spring and Powerhouse TKO reg set to 450, replaced spring and rechronoed at 305, turned velocity to 285 and added 1 spacer and rechonoed at 302. That was an increase of 37 fps.
It takes a bit of tunning, but I can tell the difference once it's dialed in!
Was very easy to install, easy to find instructions if needed, it helped my shot consistency on the chronograph and I believe in air efficiency as well
Super easy install. And working perfect
Helps with the shot2shot consistency. Easy to install. Also it does work in my LVR♂️
Certainly isn’t any worse than the stock spring! What’s a few bucks for something cool. I like knowing it’s in there even if it’s impact is imperceptible.
My Geo4 is way more efficient and my FPS doesn’t spike it’s varient is only like 5FPS
I placed this spring into my Etha 2 and tested it, comparing it to the original spring. I shot 2 10 round strings to get an average velocity and a deviation of the rangeof velocity. i did not adjust my guns velocity during the test. The results are as follows. The Wave spring delivered a higher velocity by 10 FPS. The aveage velocity for the wave spring was 278.6 where as the OEM spring delivered a velocity of 268.25 FPS. The mean deviation for the wave spring was 23.5 FPS, as compared to 34FPS for the OEM spring. The result is the Wave spring gives you a more consistant and a higher velocity. In theory this should add up to more air efficientcy. Testing has not been done for this.
In a Geo 4, with V2 pro ninja reg at 450psi output.
Recorded 20 shots before and after install. Before ranged from 252-293 fps, after 275-291 fps.
Interesting difference. But honestly need more time to really compare since I’ve run into conflict to play more. I can comment from the time using it. Seems it is more constant without fluctuations. (Noticed bps stays within 5 to 10 than old one that goes 10 to 20 bps diff.) Performance seems to improve 25 to 40% better. Felt different in a way awesome
The new coil worked just amazing, now Ican rely more in my Infamous Tank capacity
I did a 10 shot chrono with the stock cs2 spring and had a 57 fps deviation between the lowest fps and the highest fps. I changed to the infamous regulator spring and it lowered the deviation down to 34fps. I used old paint and there was 3 different kinds mixed so that probably attributed to the wide variation in fps. That being said the infamous spring did make a noticeable decrease in the fps deviation.
Great spring it's in the powerhouse regulators.
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