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Looking to buy an Iwata LPH400-144LV gun which I've always read is the 'silver' cap. Found this one on flea-bay and it says its a 1.4 tip, which is what the LPH400-144LV is supposed to be and what I'm looking for, but it has a orange colored band on it. So when they say a 'silver' tip, does that mean that band color ? Is this the right gun ? Sorry, noob painter and not wanting to buy the wrong thing here...

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Ken

 

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So did a little research on the Iwata website...and found that gun with the orange band on it. Is this the one listed in ebay I found ?

LPH400-LVX eXtreme basecoat Gravity

Teaming up with our LPH400 LVB the LPH400 LVX eXtreme basecoat technology was developed for use with 90-95% of basecoat colors and engineered to provide increased productivity in application for solvent or waterborne basecoats. While the LPH400 LVB remains the set-up for the most difficult or complex colors the LPH400 LVX handles all the middle range colors where productivity and speed is a must. Extensive field-testing and painter evaluation reports prove that the LPH400 LVX is much faster than the competition and has an ultra smooth application with no technique change. Inlet pressures, spray distance and overlap are the same for the LPH400 LVX as a normal LPH400 LV.

Model Gun Only Fluid Nozzle Size mm (inch) Atomizing PSI CFM Fluid Output ml/min Pattern Width mm (inch) Air Cap Model Weight g (lbs) Application -

LPH-400-144LV 5550 1.4 (0.055) 16.0 9.5 130 290 (11.4) LV4 362 (0.80) Woodwork, Furniture, Metal,Automotive refinish Touch-ups, Base Coat, Top Coat

LPH400-LVX-144LV 5670 1.4 (0.055) 16.0 9.8 130 310 (12.2) LVX 362 (0.80) Automotive refinish Fine Metallic and Pearls
 

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Seen that thread before, I'm convinced of the gun itself. Was just wondering what type of gun that is...sounds like its the one that Tom has, for metallics.

And if there is any difference between the two..the LV and LVX as I guess that's what that gun is.
 
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