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huma reg diy fit in r10 + power adjustment

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by ratharvester, May 29, 2014.

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  1. ratharvester

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    Hi guys I'm going to diy fit a huma regulator to my r10,but will need to adjust power up or down depending on chrono results. Is it possible anyone could pm me on how to adjust the power please
    Many thanks James
     
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    Cheers for the pm billboy,the regulator has been pre set by Darrin,the only thing I want to alter is the hammer spring but I don't know what the screw looks like or where it is and which way to turn it. I will be using bis mags 10.65 grain.
     
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    have you sorted it yet buddy
     
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    yep all sorted mate,definitely easy peasy lemon squeezy cheers James
     
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    ive just put a huma reg in my r10 had to turn the power up a touch as JB set his regs low so ive been told. its now shooting at 11.4 with jsb exacts which is just how I like it.
     
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    So what's this huma reg ? I have several beeza's and never heard if them
     
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    Thanks for that larryking, so I know where it goes and how to fit it, but what does it do, what's the advantage over the standard one ?
     
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    Ok I been through the xtx website and read up on it, sounds good, but what's the reality from those who have fitted them please, and how are they rated in comparison to the tench reg ?
     
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    I don't have any experience of the tench reg but after fitting the huma reg my r10 is back to single hole groups again and is shooting consistent over the chrono.I'm very happy with the outcome of fitting my huma reg and the bonus was it was very easy to do, despite me worrying I'd b****r it up:D
     
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    I have a tench regged bsa scorpion and a humma regged r10, both the regulators perform as good as each other in my opinion. after reading about the humma reg I thought I'd have one put in my r10 because I felt the standard one was being a bit inconsistent, as in dropping low on the shot and then picking up again. since having the humma fitted its shooting like a r10 should, very consistant with no power creep. (just like my tench).
     
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    I have put 160 shots over the Combro today, R10 VC Mk2 .177, the FPS ranging all over the place from shot to shot, has a sweet spot after approx. 100 shots where speed /power started to climb... then fell off drastically around 135.

    I am just waiting for Darrin to come back from holiday to get mine booked in for an X-tune and a Huma reg fitted, shorten the barrel a bit too.... really like the R10, but just needs to be better out of the box.
     
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    To fit a tench reg requires quite a bit of machining on a lathe as well as specialist manifold to set it up so therefore not suitable for diy fit really so your looking at 200 quid mark for a tench reg fitting as opposed to 75 for the huma reg diy fit. Hope that helps

    Paul
     
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    if your looking to make the r10 shorter just for the look of it you might think about getting the shroud shortened instead of the barrel. its cheaper and it doesn't affect shot count. just reread your post. (its a VC).
     
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    Did you have to replace the block?? As it states on xtx website if your gun has been to jb the huma wont fit.

    Please note that if your R-10 has been blueprinted by John Bowkett these regulators will not work because of the oversize screw he fits to the regulator block when carrying out a blueprint. The larger screw breaches the O ring seal on the HuMa regulator. If you want to fit a HuMa regulator to a blueprinted rifle you will have to replace the regulator block.
     
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    cheers matey thats handy to know
     
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    Yes mate, I did have trouble with the reg block. Fitted the humma very easy but I could'nt get the power to go over 10 flb. This was because when JB blueprinted it he does what Darrin has already stated. If you haven't had it done by JB its a very simple fit, otherwise its still simple but you need a unmoded reg block.
     
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    can anyone tell me why I am only getting 60 good shots out of my r10 se ?
     
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    Could be a number of things, most likely the problematic regulator, or it could be a leak, hammer tension.
     
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    Because its got a crap reg, have a look at the xtx videos on YouTube, or could be part 38 is loose. .. Again look at the xtx videos
     
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