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    Reg Piston Assembly Identification Newer Vs Older

    Is there a way to tell the difference between the older Reg Piston assemblies in Classic and RT Pro valves versus the newer replacement ones that can withstand the higher pressures of the level 10? Different color O-ring?

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    nope.
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    From a visual point of view, there is no way to tell them apart, but it is easy to test.

    Install it. Install a grey level 10 bolt spring. Turn up the velocity until it shoots. If it leaks out the back before it gets up to velocity, then it is an older low pressure version. If it shoots without leaking out the back, it is the newer high pressure version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by athomas View Post
    From a visual point of view, there is no way to tell them apart, but it is easy to test.

    Install it. Install a grey level 10 bolt spring. Turn up the velocity until it shoots. If it leaks out the back before it gets up to velocity, then it is an older low pressure version. If it shoots without leaking out the back, it is the newer high pressure version.
    That helps, thank you.

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