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    Orificing for TNT Cylinders

    I recently installed my new TNT cylinders, and had not noticed the fittings that came with them were orificed until after everything was together. Testing the Top cylinder in the garage with iMatch on, but no attachment, the rate of movement seemed fine to me. So... Am i crazy to skip the orifices? I figure I'd be losing some 'fine' tuning with position by not putting them in, but otherwise everything is OK... right?
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    It's a matter of personal preference. The 1-series has a small amount of flow so the restrictors may not be as necessary as they are on larger machines with higher flow rates.
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    I agree with Kenny. It’s a personal preference. I like them and have them in both sides of each cylinder.
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    Ok thanks for confirming. I'm going to give it a go sans restrictors, I can go get an adapter fitting later if i find it to be too course an adjustment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    I agree with Kenny. It’s a personal preference. I like them and have them in both sides of each cylinder.
    Same here.
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