- Cheese Nip wrote:
- Any word on prices yet? It would be interesting to try it on my a5.
Ninja Paintball GS-Series Regulators
DUE TO PLAYER DEMAND, Ninja Paintball has released a new line of regulators called the GS-Series or Gun Specific Series. Ninja and many players have found that certain markers will operate more efficiently and players will get improved performance out of their markers when using a Ninja regulator with targeted optimal output pressure.
GS-Series SLP Regulator:
Ninja Paintball has released another industry first. A regulator built specifically for the Bob Long Victory and G6R. This regulator was engineered to get the maximum performance out of the G6R and Victory. The SLP will regulate the airflow coming out of the tank down to 275-300psi thus allowing more shots out of the marker compared to other low pressure regulators. With the Ninja re-buildable regulator design, you can easily remove the top of the regulator to clean and maintain it.
GS-Series SMP550 Regulator:
The SMP550 Regulator is a Mid-Pressure, 550psi output regulator that is engineered for the markers listed below . Some players want a fixed output regulator that they can take out of the box and go shoot. The SMP550 is a tight consistency regulator using the Ninja custom Belleville Spring Stack delivering a very fast recharge rate. The SMP-550 is endorsed by The Luxe Mob Group and Pooty’s Custom Mod Shop.
GS-Series SHP Regulator:
The SHP Regulator is a Super High Pressure regulator that we have designed specifically for Tippmann markers running a Response Trigger and for Automag owners using a Reactive Trigger. There have been many instances, especially with the Tippmann's running RT and/or Cyclone Feed, where we have seen problems with the marker not working properly and it was due to the tank regulator not outputting enough pressure to run all of the air-assisted upgrades on the marker. Our answer to this problem is the SHP Regulator. The regulator has two different output pressures depending on which marker you are shooting. For the Tippmann markers running a Response Trigger, you can remove 1 shim to reduce the pressure to 950psi. Ninja Paintball does not recommend using the 1100psi setting on your Tippmann marker. If you are shooting an Automag and you want to increase the sensitivity on your Reactive Trigger, leave the pressure set to 1100psi. If you don't want as sensitive of a trigger, you can adjust it down to 950psi.
Tippmann markers with Response Trigger installed
Automag markers with Reactive Trigger installed
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