Had to use my pistol for the rest of the day :/
Anyway, after some recommendations from people at the field, I went out and bought Mighty Putty to try to just fill the hole. Well, it didn't work. Well, it did manage to fill the hole, but the clear part of the gauge itself began to pop out. So I Puttied the whole thing, all around the guage and everywhere. Well I plugged in my air right now, and after about three seconds of success there was a loud pop (comparable to a small caliber pistol) and the entire gauge flew off at very high speed, just whizzing by my head.
What it looks like now (note the mighty putty... which as advertised can hold 350 pounds. I nearly died!)
What I could find left of the face of the gauge. The plexiglass part is still M.I.A.
The hole in the wall about 10 feet behind me left from the flying gauge.
Anyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyway. The point of this post is just to point out my experience with the gauge Wevo sells for the VSC Phantom. Also, I was wondering when I order a new Air Adapter (minus the gauge this time, screw that) will I need to locktite the threads on the compression elbow into the Air Adapter?
This post has been edited by Yeti22: 19 October 2008 - 11:48 PM