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Mephisto

Member Since 19 Jan 2009
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In Topic: Electro-Pneumatic Tippy

15 May 2012 - 07:30 PM

i think i have a better idea for you, what you are tryng to do is turn a 98 into an x7 phenom. for $399 currently (ANS Gear) id take your $400 budget and get the phenom, this project seems to be more trouble then its worth.

In Topic: Electro-Pneumatic Tippy

15 May 2012 - 07:19 PM

ok so an ion board doesnt exactly just drop right into an tippmanns frame. (i imagine anouther smaller board set up to lay flat would be easier to you) but the concept remains the same.

will do some more looking into this.

In Topic: Electro-Pneumatic Tippy

15 May 2012 - 07:08 PM




?? for looks... what would be the point of having a fully electro-pnumatic tippmann if the pnumatics didnt function? other than for the lols of corse?



I meant like throw the ion board in it, and it works, and then slap on an autococker pneumatic that doesn't do anything for the lols.



oh ok i see. lol

well i believe it can be done. if you can close off the hammer slot.

personally, i think im gonna try to do this with my old broken A5


Shweet, good luck.
Now to get my hands on an ion board...


check the bst, everyone has an one they are parting out, i have a seventh element board thats got a short in it, but the air still flows right so i'm gonna try to use it for a mock up.
they are pretty cheap tho so you might beable to grab a new one for a reasonable price.

if i can mock up a location scheme for the board and hoseing, i'll be sure to post pics

In Topic: Electro-Pneumatic Tippy

15 May 2012 - 06:57 PM


?? for looks... what would be the point of having a fully electro-pnumatic tippmann if the pnumatics didnt function? other than for the lols of corse?



I meant like throw the ion board in it, and it works, and then slap on an autococker pneumatic that doesn't do anything for the lols.



oh ok i see. lol

well i believe it can be done. if you can close off the hammer slot.

personally, i think im gonna try to do this with my old broken A5

In Topic: Electro-Pneumatic Tippy

15 May 2012 - 06:45 PM




hmm.... well then i thik you could do it by routing air into a noid, that is set up to 1 constantly push the hammer to the rear. then once the trigger is pulled, pushes the hammer forward (it would be the opposide of what a cockers ram does)

then just adjust the dwell time accordingly and CHA CHING! no more need for a sear.

however! i have no idea on how this could be accompilished myself, but the theroy seems solid! :D

now that i think of it, you may get away with using something like an ion board because if i remember correctly it is a blow forward design. just be sure to use hpa and not CO2



That's what I thought, just taking apart an ion and sticking it inside the 98 with a couple cocker parts and bam. And the first time I played with my own gun I used HPA, I was one of those "knowitall" noobs.



actually if you could find a way to cover up that hammer slot and remove the hammer alltogether. all you would need to do is hook up the ion board properly, and it should work as is. provided you can get it to fit in the frame. you might look into getting a 98c electronic kit and copying the trigger group for the ion board.

:) now if you didnt want to fool with that slot, just grab an a5 and do the same thing to it, its already fully enclosed anyway. :D


True, but I just want to put a pneumatic there for looks. haha I'll see what happens.


?? for looks... what would be the point of having a fully electro-pnumatic tippmann if the pnumatics didnt function? other than for the lols of corse?