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Hw110 Reg Tester

Discussion in 'Technical' started by Sean110, Oct 12, 2019.

  1. Sean110

    Sean110 Engaging Member

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    Im currently looking for one, HW100tuning dont do them anymore.

    Is there anyone out there that can supply me one or put me in the right direction?

    Thanks in advance.

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  2. sharpsman

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    Have you tried Robert Lane he does testers ect.
     
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    Is he on here?

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    no put in lane regulators on the bay , he does the testers for a fair few guns - i know he does them for the hw100 as i have one and it works well.
     
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    Just on there website now... yea they do for hw100 and hw101 but nothing came up fkr the hw110. Im sure its the same tester but just a different fitting, i maybe wrong.

    Going to send them an email and see what they say.

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  6. HW100Tuning

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    It's not the tester - it the adapter for the tester. I have one - PM me :up:
     
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    i would give him a message he may be able to help, ive never had nothing to do with the 110 so not clear how it differs from the 100, i think cloverleaf on here did a strip on one of these so he may be able to help.
     
  8. HW100Tuning

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    Although - a reg tester ain't gonna be of much help if you haven't got a special tool for adjuster the hammer spring tension....
     
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    Yea ive been using his and a few others info pictures. Ive messaged him a few times but dont hear from him.

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    Its mainly for the preload adjuster for the reg.

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  11. HW100Tuning

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    I know what the tester is for lol - but without the ability to adjust the hammer tension to balance it/set the correct power, then what exactly do you hope to achieve?
     
  12. Sean110

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    It will be balanced once the reg is sorted, i havent touched the hammer spring because noone knows how to.

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    You will need to adjust the hammer spring if you mess on with the reg to get it balanced up unless your very lucky.
     
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    Beginners luck so far...

    Most of us on this forum are learning, i hate it when people go on a rant like know everything, winds me up something chronic. Just explain things easier rather than laugh.

    Ive adjusted the preload on the reg as it was a little low for my liking ok.

    I decided i wanted to take the 110 apart (just for my own knowledge) and learn the gun a little bit. It was fairly simple. But i had some fluctuating in power after i filled the cylinder back up (7ftlbs to 11.7ftlbs).

    Now its settled back down to 11.3ftlb which im well happy with. I just wanted a Reg Tester just to see what it was reading. (Im still learning...) Hopefully around 85 as thats what i read for .22.

    So... thats why. Thanks

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  15. HW100Tuning

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    I think you've gone off at a tangent there buddy - no one is ranting and no one is laughing. We are just trying to find out exactly what you are trying to achieve and then we can help you easier.

    For a PCP to fire consistently and effiiciently you need the regulator pressure and the hammer spring tension need to be finely balanced. You can set the regulator to your liking... but that won't usually work as well as a nicely balanced setup.

    They do... and it is very easy once you have the correct tool, hence me asking previously.

    Bearing in mind what i have just mentioned - I originally asked what you were trying to achieve because I was going to offer the loan of my hammer adjuster tool for a couple of weeks - so that you could set your HW110 up correctly. That's how much everyone is ranting and laughing at you.

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  16. Sean110

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    My apologise if offended.

    So basically i adjusted it by the reg and thought i would get a guage to see what it was at. If it was at the 85 mark then i would leave it.

    If it wasnt then i would have to do my research on the hammer spring.

    But... ive only gone by a few videos on youtube and that was on a hw10p reg. Ive only mentioned the 85 mark as he said it was for a .22 calibre and i thought it would be the same.

    Do you sell the tool bud?

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    I wasn't offended buddy - it seemed that you were getting offended that we were trying to help... :shrug:

    Anyhoot - I only made myself one, but you are welcome to borrow it for a couple of weeks :up:
     
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    Appreciate that mate. Im going to recheck the rifle tomorrow, if its running abit weird then i will certainly give you a shout

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    I do. And it appears @HW100Tuning does too, though it's nothing like the HW100!

    HC set the reg to 100bar on the .177 and, they've told me, the same on the .22 (I don't have one) though I would have thought it would be lower. I suggest you phone HC to check this. If the power was ok before, and you are using the original reg set point you won't need to adjust the striker pre-load.

    So you adjust/tune HW110s?
     
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    Btw for our UK and other members in countries where there are anti tamper laws there is a plug in the screw that prevents you from inserting a wrench.

    Taken from Canadian Air forum 4mm allen key
    Plug A.jpg
     
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