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    Ok. I have a few questions for any LPH400 users out there. I’ve been told that when spraying basecoat that I should set my inline gauge around 16-18 psi. I did and the mottling virtually went away. But the base looks like it comes out kinda textured.. Is this normal? Another paint rep(not mine) swears I should be pushing like 28 psi. The second question is about air caps. I accidentally (while spraying a practice panel) used my LVB Basecoat air cap to spray my clear. I’ve been having a hard time with orange peel but the clear laid out beautifully at 26 psi with the LVB. I even fooled with many different psi with the LV4 clear air cap and it’s always more peel than the lvb was. My only concern about using my lvb for clear mil thickness? I am using a cheaper clear but I’m not spraying high end cars. And lastly (for now) , is there a really good in line psi air gauge out there? Maybe digital? Any help or reply is greatly appreciated.

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    Oh and I’m not sure if it makes a difference, but I am spraying DBC deltron (SOLVENT)

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