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i use Accuspray HVLP Gravity feed gun.

can anyone recomend best fluid cap size for kandy's, Clears.
 

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I like the atomization of a 1.3 for fine pearls & Kandy's... a 1.4 is all around good ... & you can use a 1.5 for clear ......... 1.7 or larger for primers......
 

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Fuck the paint I use a 1.3 is all you want to use for base and clear. I use a 2.0 for primer and depending on what I am spraying for a primer I just adjust the fluid flow and pattern to conpensate! Its hard enough getting polysurfacer to flow out of a 2.0 anyways and lay down nice and even.
 

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yeh i got 2.2 in my primer gun for polyester primers..
and been using accuspray "isaac" with

air cap 706
fluid cap 36

what size is that in metric??
 

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I've been using a Sata Jet 90 for about 6 years with a 1.4 in it for base, candy, and clear. It works perfectly with all of them, just adjust the fluid control. I also use a 2.0 for high build primers.
 

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1.4 Iwata w400 best gun you'll ever use can be set to spray anythin . but any decent 1.3-1.8 would be fine with proper adjustments .
 

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Originally posted by Illustrious Auto Works@Dec 8 2003, 10:50 AM
I've been using a Sata Jet 90 for about 6 years with a 1.4 in it for base, candy, and clear. It works perfectly with all of them, just adjust the fluid control. I also use a 2.0 for high build primers.
i have had the use of a sata 90..

good gun.

one thing i forgot to mention my accuspray is an HVLP gun.
i find these much nicer to work with once u get the hang of em.

should be a lot more economical to use when spraying that expensive paint..
 
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