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Mrthree1zero

Member Since 27 May 2013
Offline Last Active Jul 02 2013 01:58 AM
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In Topic: HE-egrip Full-Auto?

05 June 2013 - 12:23 AM

Not the answer I wanted to hear lol but thanks.

In Topic: Receiver Oring [A-5] TA05023 V2 HELP!

04 June 2013 - 11:43 PM

Ok guys I just got the right Oring in the mail today and I installed it. So I rapid dry fired it over and over again to try and make it skip a cycle but the cyclone kept up like a champ! A couple things I should mention, first is that I haven't shot paint through it yet so I don't know if that will make a difference. I will be going to PB in a couple days to test it out in the field. Second, I changed the banjo fitting. I had upgraded these a while back to a larger opening for better air flow. When I got them in the mail it was a set of 3. It was 2 regular banjos ( slightly wider than the original banjos ) and 1 larger banjo that had 3 openings, one for the airline,one screws into the piston of the cyclone and 1 for who knows for what. I just left it opened. Maybe it was for some response trigger or something. So I took that one off and installed the other regular banjo so no air would escape. Now the the cyclone cycles true n fast! I think it might have been a combination of both issues not turning the cyclone.

In Topic: Receiver Oring [A-5] TA05023 V2 HELP!

29 May 2013 - 09:02 PM

Yup I checked the upgraded banjo fittings and replaced the airline while I cleaned the cyclone. The banjos have very small Orings and seem fine.

In Topic: Receiver Oring [A-5] TA05023 V2 HELP!

29 May 2013 - 02:24 PM

Then it's probably time to track down a proper o-ring for that spot.


Guess so. Ill test it once I get it and let ya know if it fixed the issue

In Topic: Receiver Oring [A-5] TA05023 V2 HELP!

29 May 2013 - 02:22 PM

Have you tried re-lubing and replacing the orings in the cyclone? Stupid question I know but I've met numerous people who've completely ignored the cyclone during their maintenance. Also check to make sure there is still ithium grease on the upper part of the ratchet itself in the cyclone.


Yes I a took the cyclone completely apart washed with warm water then dried it and greased n oiled it. It did seem to help with single shots but not in full auto. I have the gold aluminum power tube and without the proper Oring on the exhaust the cyclone is not getting enough air is what I was thinking. I hate the fact that I have to wait for it to come in the mail.