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OK, there is NO Pipepro 300, its either a Bigblue 300 pro, or Pro300. There is a Pipepro 304 and 350. Yes the Pipepro 350 is a hybrid inverter, so yes it will weld better than a untuned Pro 300. A tuned "by me" Pro 300 will pretty much outweld a PP350
My Brother-in-law partner welding 20" Schedule 10 SS has a 300 pro where both using Extreme 12 wirefeeds with .035 hard wire and his beads are going in better then the 350 PP ,
What can I do to fix this Cruizer ?
I have 2 PipePro 350's right now and have ZERO complaints on there performance. Thinking about adding a third. I am very intrigued about enhancing the performance of them though, how would a guy go about do this on a CAT powered machine?
I have a fleet of fluke meters, most have HZ on them,,,. Any how rmp on the cat/perk is adjusted at the injector pump. The Mit is already adjusted for best performance. The Mit is my engine of choice. Remember though air filters MUST ALWAYS be Donaldson or Lubrifiner. NOTHING ELSE!!