Polarstar - Fusion Engine Low Flow Poppet (Gold/.0465)
Low Flow Poppet Valve for your PolarStar Fusion Engine.
This poppet valve has a lower flow than the stock valve which results in the following performance increases:
Better BB in-flight Stability
Increased Range due to better stability
We recommend using a higher bore nozzle such as a black, silver, or red nozzle at a lower PSI depending on the length and bore of your inner barrel. We have found that these used in conjunction with our ORGA barrel setups along with the use of low dp/dn values are where these setups will shine the brightest. We are still trying to find better barrel combinations out there and would love feedback on these poppets once you try them in different setups.
Currently there are only two poppet sizes (Gold and Red). Gold is our lowest low-flow poppet whereas the red is our highest low-flow poppet.
For players using short wide bore barrels, such as the ORGA 6.23, we recommend going with the red poppet as well as a red nozzle for a higher FPS ceiling. If you plan on running around a max of 400 FPS with a .25g or running with a longer barrel whether it be a tightbore or wide bore, then you will be alright going with the gold poppet. If you are looking for more fps while using a shorter barrel, then we would recommend going with the red poppet as your starting poppet size to make sure that you are able to reach the FPS desired.
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