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Fx Dreamline Power Adjustment

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Jackp93, May 25, 2020.

  1. Jackp93

    Jackp93 Active Member

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    Southminster Essex
    Hi all.

    I hope your all keeping well.

    I have received my new fx dreamline classic from pellpax a couple of days ago, I’m absolutely loving the rifle and wanted to try out the different power settings. However the instruction manual is a bit on the vague side. Does anyone know the procedure for adjusting the power, is it just a case of turning the dial or do you need it cocked, empty of gas etc. 915FF978-AE0F-43C3-9E5E-B17CACB2E4FF.jpeg

    Thanks in advance.

  2. monty47

    monty47 Engaging Member

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    My streamline has the same adjuster, just turn it to the desired setting

    Setting the power on the Dreamline can be done with three external adjustments.
    1. Front power adjuster (1) - The airflow adjuster is located on the left front side of the breechblock. This gives you the ability to adjust the power from high to low. Low setting is for low power on all caliber. Caliber Setting is max power for selected caliber. Variations in appearance might occur.
    NOTICE – NEVER fire the airgun without air. Doing so may damage the valve assembly and will void your warranty!
    2. Rear power adjuster (2)– The spring tension adjuster is located on the left rear side of the breech block.
    The spring tension adjuster wheel is a quick way to fine tune the power and accuracy of your rifle and has 7 fixed levels.
    Simply rotating the wheel while the gun is uncocked in either direction will set the power from Maximum to Minimum.
    It will read letters on one side and figures on the other side as there can be small difference in power between the two sides. 1 and E is on the low side and 5 and A is on the high side.
    NOTICE – NEVER adjust the power when rifle is cocked. Doing so might damage the power-adjuster wheel and will void your warranty!
    3. Externally Adjustable Regulator
    The adjustable AMP regulator is installed in the dreamline. It is located
    either on the bottle adapter (1) or installed within the Tube with an accessible hole pointing downwards (2).
    To adjust the regulator pressure higher, turn the regulator AMP screw counter- clockwise slowly while looking at the regulator manometer located on the right hand side of the gun. To lower the regulator pressure, turn the regulator AMP screw clockwise a quarter turn at a time, dry firing the rifle until the correct pressure is achieved. Make sure your rifle is not loaded before dry firing.
    NOTICE – Fire in a safe direction.
    NOTICE – NEVER adjust the regulator above 160 BAR as damage to the
    system may occur and will void your warranty!
    NOTICE – NEVER use the gun below the set regulat

    Last edited: May 25, 2020
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  3. Mappas

    Mappas Engaging Member

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    Great advice thanks

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