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 Post subject: Re: It seems i've created a monster, need help making her safe
PostPosted: Mon Sep 22, 2008 11:30 am 
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i've got a spring kit, gonna toss in the lightest spring i can, it's just a bugger to get it disassembeled, re-assembeled, and then drag it out to test someplace... really considering buying a small chrony.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 22, 2008 2:40 pm 
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back your velocity screw in all the way and bring it out 2.5 rotations, on normal 98's this should put you somewhere between 240 and 280 fps, let me know where yours is.

You can also try adding a regulator, or using a lighter valve spring, or using a lighter cocking spring, but first try the velocity screw trick just to see where it is at to gauge how much it will need to change.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 22, 2008 10:04 pm 
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Darsis wrote:
... it's just a bugger to get it disassembeled, re-assembeled, and then drag it out to test someplace... really considering buying a small chrony.

I thought that way for so long. I finally dropped the $80 (US,) for a ShootingChrony. ... I'm never looking back on the 'dark ages' to where I was surprised at the field chronographs. :lol: Now I know what speed I'm shooting whenever I want, all from a 9 volt. Test at home, get to the field, fire thrice, no (or little) adjusting, and I'm ready to rock. :) A chronograph is an indispensable tool for those of us that work/mod (on) our own markers, or play 'outlaw.'

(It's great for firearms as well.)

Anyway, just my $0.25. (Inflation and all.)

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 10:06 am 
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Darsis wrote:
... it's just a bugger to get it disassembeled, re-assembeled, and then drag it out to test someplace... really considering buying a small chrony.

I thought that way for so long. I finally dropped the $80 (US,) for a ShootingChrony. ... I'm never looking back on the 'dark ages' to where I was surprised at the field chronographs. :lol: Now I know what speed I'm shooting whenever I want, all from a 9 volt. Test at home, get to the field, fire thrice, no (or little) adjusting, and I'm ready to rock. :) A chronograph is an indispensable tool for those of us that work/mod (on) our own markers, or play 'outlaw.'

(It's great for firearms as well.)

Anyway, just my $0.25. (Inflation and all.)


Darsis... have you installed the light spring I gave you yet? As others have mentioned, we could always cut the spring down as well to see if that helps.
And if your interested, I would be more than willing to split ~$80 with you and get a chrono.

FYI, I brought your bag into work today for you.
You would be surprised the looks you get taking public transit at 6:00am with a all black 34"X17"X12" bag strapped to your back :eek:

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2008 11:00 am 
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Hey Darsis that is one sweet looking piece of kit you have there.... :)
Can you tell me where you got the the barrel shroud in the first picture please?


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2008 11:30 am 
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Thanks Tazman, the shroud is from Metadyne industries, they come in a couple of different sizes and for a few different markers. Can either get them thru their site directly, or Opsgear i beleive.

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wow 490 fps didnt know that was possible with out exploding the paintball. wow i think that'd leave a mark


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where did you buy that $80 chono you speak of ? besides that your marker is a really intimating , have you took it to the field yet

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