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Old 06-26-2011, 07:07 PM   #6 (permalink)
Mad Marty
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Screw in on the screw to increase the tension, screw out to lighten the tension...rightie tightie, lefty loosie...

I replaced stock spring on the Rotor for a lighter one. It feeds just as fast, but does not put as much force on the balls. Also, I rewired the circuit board to create a motor break. What this does is...when the micro-switch trips and turns off the motor, it stops instantly. Again, this keeps the rotor form pushing excessively on the paintballs.
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