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Vin_
12-24-2006, 10:39 AM
Hi guys, i have Devilbiss GTI-G110B-1.4 spray gun .. it's conventional, and i bought a upgrade kit from ebay to HVLP #2000 air cap with three fuid tips included.My question is is someone of you familiar with my present model... i believe that it's modification made for Europe.
Oh and one more thing.. are you satisfyed of the #2000 cap upgrade.

Len
12-24-2006, 01:33 PM
Hi guys, i have Devilbiss GTI-G110B-1.4 spray gun .. it's conventional, and i bought a upgrade kit from ebay to HVLP #2000 air cap with three fuid tips included.My question is is someone of you familiar with my present model... i believe that it's modification made for Europe.
Oh and one more thing.. are you satisfyed of the #2000 cap upgrade.

I'm not familiar with the G110 but I've used the GTI-620G with both caps and found that the 2000 was an improvement.

Vin_
12-24-2006, 04:18 PM
whatever .. i'll try #2000 as soon as they ship it to the other end of the world :)))
Thanks anyway.. have a lovely Christmass

primebrad
12-24-2006, 04:18 PM
I've got the same gun. I've only seen the english made version here in NZ.
As far as I can make out it is the equivalent of the plus gun available in the US.
Don't know about the #2000 aircap but with the 110 cap its classed as a compliant gun. I bought a 115 HVLP air cap that ships with the GTI-W for waterborne basecoats. It uses a lot more air but sprays well.
The 115 is supposed to be superior for basecoats and the 110 perfect for solid colours and clears.

Part Number: GTI-407-110 Type: Compliant
Used for: Suction/Gravity/Pressure Feed
Pattern Size: 330mm
Air Consumption:
9 cfm @ 32 psi Handle pressure
Fluid flow: < 250 cc/min

Haven't got the info for the 115 but I believe the 105 is similar

Part Number: GTI-407-105 Type: HVLP
Used for: Suction/Gravity/Pressure Feed
Pattern Size: 330mm
Air Consumption:
16 cfm @ 29 psi Handle pressure (10 psi at cap)
Fluid flow: < 250 cc/min

By the way I've been snooping around this forum for a while now and you guys are a wealth of knowledge.
I'me a novice and have only painted 3 cars and I apreciate all the info I get from you all.

Cheers!

Brad