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Member Since 05 Dec 2010
Offline Last Active Sep 08 2011 12:14 AM

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In Topic: Has anyone tried a TechT bolt in their Fusion FX or Rev-I?

29 April 2011 - 10:26 AM

When I got my FX TechT bolt they did not have an install video yet so I did not cut the detents - the bolt sure did though - chewed the tips right off - worked fine after that though - but yes, you do have to cut the detents still - it really is not that hard though

In Topic: Blue/Black Smart Parts Epiphany F/S/T

29 April 2011 - 10:20 AM

Just to clear things up Diego replaced the battery and it works perfectly (for future business). Their were no problems at all with the marker except it goes through a lot of paint ;)

Good Deal! Glad to hear it.

In Topic: Didn't get what I exoected

26 April 2011 - 03:07 PM

Here is a link to the manual if you need it:

In Topic: Blue/Black Smart Parts Epiphany F/S/T

26 April 2011 - 03:01 PM

Ok so I have just recently opened my package expected a beatiful shooting smart parts epiphany but now I have nothing to look forward to there is a lot of problems and the gun won't even shoot. Mods please help me

In your other post you inferred you had no paint in the marker when you tried to fire it - did you turn off the eyes? It will not fire if there is no paint in the breech, with the eyes on. Also, did you put a fresh battery in it? Epiphanys like fresh batteries. Also did you make sure the reg was turned up to correct operating pressure (about 260-280 psi for an Epiphany)?

In Topic: Didn't get what I exoected

26 April 2011 - 02:53 PM

The HALO will run all the time if it does not have paint in the loader - it has eyes and if it does not see paint it runs.

Same with the Epiphany if you do not have paint in the breech it will not fire. You can turn the eyes off by turning on the gun and then tapping the power button again to turn off the eyes if you want to dry fire the marker.

Also - make sure the reg is set to around 260-280 psi and that you have tried a fresh new name-brand battery - Epiphanys like fresh batteries.