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andrewthewookie

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In Topic: Has techpb officially died?

Yesterday, 05:10 PM

Spurlock goes to your field?

 

Also: hey Baux.


In Topic: Problem with Ninja Microbore remote line.

13 July 2016 - 11:11 PM

Do you shoot fast enough to make the tank cold? If you shoot too fast with CO2, it causes the temperature in the tank to drop, which causes the output pressure of the CO2 to also drop.


In Topic: Gen 4 intimidator leak!

04 June 2016 - 12:30 PM

It'll work fine with the stock ram. The Eigenvalve and Eigenram give it killer efficiency though. The purge hole in the valve/poppet gets rid of possible pneumatic lock that the stock poppets can sometimes get (you'll never have to purge the valve again like it says in the manual). But, it also changes the pressure bias on the valve when it's open making it want to close quicker and save air. The Eigenram is lighter than stock, so it allows the valve to close even quicker still, saving even more air.

 

With that said, any combination of valve and ram will work fine.


In Topic: Gen 4 intimidator leak!

04 June 2016 - 11:44 AM

Ah, you have one of the first version delrin poppets without the cup seal o-ring. I probably should have picked up on that when you mentioned getting an all metal poppet, my bad. It's hard to tell from the video, but if it leaks out the feedneck after shooting it, it could very well be the poppet. You may need the metal version with three o-rings.


In Topic: Gen 4 intimidator leak!

02 June 2016 - 08:53 PM

The valve doesn't affect the cycle. Because it has a purge hole to the front of the poppet, it won't experience pneumatic lockout like the stock poppet can, and it increases the efficiency.

 

The shrader valve seal is a flat urethane disk, not a regular o-ring. It's only an LPR instead of an HPR though, so it'll probably be fine if you used a small o-ring instead.