Edgun Lelya 2.0 12 ft/lbs Tuning Set
Edgun Lelya 2.0 12 ft/lbs Tuning Regulator Set By Huma-Air
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Huma-Air pressure regulator and tuning kit for 12 ft/lbs (16 Joule) Edgun Lelya 2

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Huma-Air Tuning Regulator Set for the Edgun Lelya 2.0 in 12 ft/lbs

 

Made on special request for the HFT and UK shooters. Huma Air developed this tune kit for the Edgun Lelya 2 to convert your rifle into a 12 ft/lbs (16 Joule) HFT version with an enormous shotcount.
Our kit contains our ultra small regulator, a flow reducer with a matching valve return spring a new softer hammerspring and dummy plenum.
The kit is specially designed for .177 but also works fine for .22 and it is capable of providing you an huge shotcount with the highest shot to shot consistency. 

For people who were waiting a long time for this upgrade, we have now a limited serie of our Edgun Lelya 12 ft/lbs Tune Set With Regulator available.
We have tested our Lelya in .22 on 60 bar. For .177 we expect to use around 70-80 bar. Feedback is highly appriciated so we can inform all our customers to get the best results.
Before ordering this set, please check the fitting guideline, if you are able and comfortable with the modifications that are needed with this tune.

 

The benefits of the Edgun Lelya 12 ft/lbs regulator tuning set:

  • Huge increase in shotcount
  • Easy to adjust due to the pressure scale, you do not need to gues, or use a reg-tester to set the pressure
  • This regulator comes in our special low pressure range of 60-120 bar
  • Excellent consistency
  • Higher accuracy of your rifle due to the elimination of the pellet speed fluctuations
  • Tested in .177 and .22. (no test data for .25 available yet)
 


When you order your Edgun Lelya 12ft/lbs Tuning Kit you will receive:

  • Your regulator preset on to your own wishes;
  • A pressure scale in Bar on the regulator, for fine-tuning or re-adjustment.
  • A delrin flow restictor
  • A new valve return spring 
  • A new hammer spring
  • A dummy plenum for sealing the cylinder
  • We will include a “Huma-Air regulated” breech sticker;

If you want to do some more tuning; the regulator has a clear pressure scale so you can easy adjust it to your wishes.
These regulators are also vented to the atmosphere without any modification to your pressure tube needed so no creeping up in power.


Not every rifle is identical and you might try some different setups to get the best results. We will share our customer feedback on this product page.
Extra guides how to set up a regulated rifle and how to adjust the regulator pressure properly
General airrifle adjustment tips, setting up your regulated rilfe
How to adjust the regulator pressure
 


 

Huma-Air Quality Control

Huma-Air regulator's are CNC produced out of high grade aircraft Aluminum and bronze.
To guarantee a perfect product, every regulator is manually assembled, tested and adjusted to the requested pressure. 
We only use high-end materials and our belleville springs are designed for critical applications to achieve the highest repeat accuracy. This gives our regulators a repeat cycle less than 1% difference.

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Snipperuk - 14-02-2020 00:06

Only just had chance to fit and try this kit since Huub sent it and apologies to him it's taken a while :-)
I've just fitted it to a lelya 2.0 in .22 and found setting it @65bar I'm using just under 1bar per shot using the edmu to calculate ...
So 200ish shots from a full fill wich is very impressive for a 23.5" bullpup running at 11.2fpe with jsb 15.89
Uber consistent. ........ can highly recommend this kit
I'm also running a huma reg kit I'm my leshiy ....... superb

Craig Marl - 22-01-2020 06:15

So, I’ve just got done playing around with the new Huma 12 ftlbs tuning regulator for the Lelya. Take these results with a pinch of salt, these are first impressions only.
Caveats:
1. I was using an FX chrony, at very close distances (3-4 feet), and my experience is that the FX is somewhat inconsistent at these distances.
2. I miscounted shots, so there were a number of “blanks” in my strings. I edited these out, but the air consumption numbers don’t account for these
3. I only had a rough eyeball on starting and finishing pressures using a wikia guage. The Edmu would likely give more accuracy.
4. I’m in the US, so I’m no beholden to the 12 ft/lbs limit. But I’m a Brit originally, and I do like to keep things in the same ballpark as my people. If I want to go big, I have powder burners for that 😊 Plus most of my airgun shooting is in urban, non-gun friendly territory – so the quieter the better (which is often a challenge with EdGuns!)

With those caveats in mind, my shot string tonight yielded 125 shots, with an average of 585 F.P.S using 15.89 grain JSB’s. Starting pressure was ~200 BAR, and ending pressure was ~60 BAR. The reg was set to 60 BAR using the HUMA reg tester.
The ES was more than I’d like (~20fps) but for a first outing, it’s quite promising. A significant increase in the shot count, at a velocity that’s more than usable for me.
Folks in the UK should certainly try this out, as should those that are looking for a large shot count for plinking.

Now I just need to convince @STO to build a moderator insert, like he did for the Leshiy to really quiet this thing down. (Although the mechanical noise is *huge*)

More reasons to love Edgun,