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    Satori user's guide and more

    Hello,

    Has someone a pdf user's guide for the Satori PSCR.
    I also try to find the exact ratio for the Satori.
    Thanks to all.

    André

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    Re: Satori user's guide and more

    Quote Originally Posted by amonix  View Original Post
    Hello,

    Has someone a pdf user's guide for the Satori PSCR.
    I also try to find the exact ratio for the Satori.
    Thanks to all.

    André
    Ratio is 1per 8 (12,5%) in ideal conditions, usualy is 1 per 6 breaths in practice.

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    Re: Satori user's guide and more

    I have it in PDF. will send it to you in a little bit.
    Last edited by rolanddiver; 1st December 2012 at 14:48.
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    Re: Satori user's guide and more

    here you go
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    Re: Satori user's guide and more

    Quote Originally Posted by amonix  View Original Post
    Hello,

    Has someone a pdf user's guide for the Satori PSCR.
    I also try to find the exact ratio for the Satori.
    Thanks to all.

    André
    Hi,
    Ratio 1:6 in practice is right. Made the same expierience.

    O-Ring Size: Tube and Head: 140mm * 5mm (2EA), 140mm * 3mm (1EA)

    O-Ring Size: Hoses: 25mm * 3mm

    Would like to know which Mush-room closes the Inner Below. Lookslike APEKS too but not sure. Does someone have an idea?

    Kind regards,
    Juergen
    Last edited by JuergenH; 1st December 2012 at 20:22.

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    Re: Satori user's guide and more

    Cannot find any Satory manuals!
    Some buddy cn help please?!!!!

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    Re: Satori user's guide and more

    It is... But you can also use clones such as Hollis, Tecline, Hog...

    Quote Originally Posted by JuergenH  View Original Post

    Lookslike APEKS too but not sure. Does someone have an idea?

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