I noticed at one point that when I removed the bolt and put it back in the I got the leak. So I relubed the bolt with dow 55 and checked, didn't leak so I thought it was ok. Aired it up the next day to make sure it didn't leak and fully know that I fixed the issue, leaked again. Shot a bit to see if it would go away and it didn't, it just shot loud. Next I took the whole regulator apart to clean and lube it. When putting it back I tightened the adjustment screw all the way in and turned it out a turn and a half. Some tech videos I watched said this would get it to about 270. Still got the leak after that, however I only got it when I shot the gun and the leak was very light. Still from the same spot but light. I turned the reg adjustment screw a little bit more out or so and doing that got rid of the leak. All the orings are cleaned and lubed with no nicks, cuts, or scratches. Asked Frank and he even said it must have been an oring that went out and went back in. Understandable but why does it do it everytime than? As for now I can't air my gun up till next week since my tank has no air and I need to get it serviced.
My guess is if you look at pics of the new bolt you can see in the middle of the can 2 thin orings between 2 larger ones. There's a small piece that holds those orings and if you slide that to the other side there are tiny holes beneath it. My only guess is the leak is coming from those holes and the piece is supposed to cover it. It's possible since putting the bolt in it could slide back to expose the holes. Any ideas or demon owners who have the new internals know what I'm talking about?
This post has been edited by mustangs: 27 January 2013 - 04:27 AM