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Posted 02 February 2009 - 02:50 PM

Ok, I looked around for help on how to take apart the Dye Hyper 1 and couldn't find anything really. So, I decided to make a guide.

What you need

-Adjustable Wrench
-Socket Wrench
-11mm Socket
-Small Pliers
-5/32 Allen Wrench

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So First you wanna use the adjustable wrench to grap the bottom of the reg and put the allen wrench into the velocity adjusting screw. CAUTION, Anno can be ruined by the adjustable wrench. You can try to use your hands on the bottom piece, pliers on the macroline, or cover the reg with cloth or thin leather to preserve your anno.

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Then you wanna screw in opposite directions and the bottom should come out and you will have two pieces.

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The top one looks like this inside.

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And the bottom one looks like this.

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Next, we will take apart the bottom piece. You wanna put the socket wrench on top of it and grap your macroline with pliers or the bottom of the reg with the adjustable wrench as we did before to take it apart and twist in opposite directions.

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You should come out with several pieces looking like this.

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Now let's work on taking apart the top half apart. First you wanna back out the velocity screw all the way. CAUTION, there is a little ball in there that will roll out be ready to catch it.

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To get the internals out you must put the bottom part of the allen wrench into the reg where the velocity adjusting screw and ball were and lightly push towards the bottom of the reg. CAUTION, Everything should come pouring out be ready to catch a really big ball, and several other items.

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You should get several items to come out.

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Now you should have something like this for the top.

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And something like this for the bottom.

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Here is the exploded view.

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Here is where all your o-rings are located. If experiencing leaking replace them.

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To reassemble the regulator, do everything in these directions in reverse order.

This post has been edited by Side-Swipe: 02 February 2009 - 10:08 PM

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Posted 02 February 2009 - 05:12 PM

Thanks! This is really interesting to me... such an unusual design for the top half.
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Posted 02 February 2009 - 06:19 PM

View Postflyweightnate, on Feb 2 2009, 06:12 PM, said:

Thanks! This is really interesting to me... such an unusual design for the top half.


Yeah the i was so surprised when I got the internals out and and I was like where did this ball come from. I haven't tried it but I wanna really wanna see how consistent design this is because right after this reg the Hyper 2 was a stacked shim design.
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Posted 02 February 2009 - 09:08 PM

The CP regs use a somewhat similar design... as far as adjustments go. But kinda completely upside down, and much tighter packaged. I wonder if their design predated this, prompting the radical change?
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Posted 02 February 2009 - 09:14 PM

They both came out in 2003, so idk, but yeah they both adjust on the side and stuff, but the big bearing threw me off. Its a pretty clever system if you think about it.
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Posted 02 February 2009 - 09:57 PM

I'm smelling a almost sticky worthy
You might want to add that if people are worried about the wrench messing up their anno, that they can cover the jaws of the wrench with a piece of cloth or paper works well also.
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Posted 02 February 2009 - 10:08 PM

View PostSneaky Sir, on Feb 2 2009, 10:57 PM, said:

I'm smelling a almost sticky worthy
You might want to add that if people are worried about the wrench messing up their anno, that they can cover the jaws of the wrench with a piece of cloth or paper works well also.


Ok added and corrected.
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