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Discussion in 'Airbrushes' started by Bryan71, Jan 8, 2020.


  1. Bryan71

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    Had a chance to play around with a Cr plus Infinity over Christmas.Did anyone else feel yes the quality is excellent.Yet the trigger felt a bit sloppy.Slight pull back delay,Slightly more then whoosh.I compared it to a an Eclipse not and idea comparison I know.But Iwata brushes do have better control.
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    Yes there is a delay when you pull the trigger on the H&S you either get use to it or sit it on the shelf to look at LOL . I use mine, But I have gotten use to the delay when I use it . No it is not like the eclipse or the micron as far as the delay in spraying when trigger is moved.
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    You beat a Custom.looking at buying another after having to sell mine due to financial issues.
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    jagardn Airbrush Acquisition Disorder Patient Elite Member!

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    Make sure your trigger is fully seated and all the way forward when tightening down the needle chuck. I had the problem early on with my Infinity and Evo AL. For me it was a matter of seating the trigger correctly during assembly while performing maintenance.
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    There is a bit of play in the trigger movement. That is due to that cam attached. You just learn to work with it. I love working with my H&S guns but when I go back to Iwata I wonder to myself what I was thinking.
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    I was only having a play with a borrowed one.When I first picked it up thought.Yes looks lovely.
    I’m not slating them they are top quality just not as precise as Iwata.Even thought about buying one until i went back to my Iwata.
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    Hey, can you send a link, see what model we're talking about?
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