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Binary Eng CFD Titanium Compensator 3 Port

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Item #: CFD1
Reg. Price: $155.00
Our Price: $155.00
14 units available


The CFD Compensator finally brings real engineering analysis and design to the shooting sports.  This compensator was designed and setup in a proper computational fluid dynamics model using external flow.  Using this simulation model the size, shape, and spacing of each port was optimize to create the flattest shooting compensator out there.  You can see that port arrangement isn't the typical big to small that dominates the common sense designs.  As the gas expands and lowers in pressure the ports need to become larger to effectively create the forces we are looking for.  Trust the data, this is what it wants.

The other area of focus for the CFD Compensator is being super lightweight.  Of course it had to be made of titanium. All excess material is removed to make this the lightest weight compensator you can buy at 1.8oz.  The ports are carved deep and wide with a contoured lower section.  This lightweight design creates unparalleled balance and speed shot-to-shot.

-  CNC Machined from 6AL-4V titanium, bead blasted finish.

-  Threaded 11/16-40

-  1.8 Oz

-  Designed around a .369 ream (EGW), this is important as the size of the hole in the baffles plays directly into the port size and spacing

-  Align ream once installed

-  Review the graphs to see the effect of barrel holes.  9mm Major can run without if that's your style, or with two 3/16" holes.  1/8" don't give enough bang for the buck. 1/4" should be used by the 38 Super guys.
-  Shoot more 2 Alphas


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by L. Cowell
on 9/3/2019
Binary Eng. Titanium Compensator
by D. Staples
on 7/11/2018
Super efficient
This thing is crazy efficient. Make sure you have a lightened slide, heavy ammo, or a extra light recoil spring, or a combination of the three. Originally I couldn't run factory ammo in my gun until i had the slide lightened more and reduced the spring power, now it's fine. Just be sure to do plenty of testing before you take it to a match. I didn't have to chase the threads with a tap like some other comps out there, but you might have to chase the threads on your barrel though.
by AllGator
on 2/20/2018
Binary comp
Tolerances are tight, tight, tight.  You need a tap and perhaps a die to install this comp.  Excellent quality!
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