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Old 12-23-2009, 12:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Cyclone on a mag?

Im seriously contemplating doing this, but Im not sure how currently. If I could fine a source of air bursts from firing I'd be golden, but Im not sure where I could siphon pressure from, is there any possible area to tap into?
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Old 12-23-2009, 12:21 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 12-23-2009, 12:25 AM   #3 (permalink)
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ill brainstorm a bit
could you have a T fitting in before the valve somewhere?
how it the pneumag trigger supplied its air? IDK

really tho, somebody should have one of these by say april 20th, 2010.
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Im seriously contemplating doing this, but Im not sure how currently. If I could fine a source of air bursts from firing I'd be golden, but Im not sure where I could siphon pressure from, is there any possible area to tap into?
Tippmann makes an ASA that has a standard HP outlet (straight from the tank) on one side and a LP outlet (operates as a LP regulator) on the other side. The LP outlet is set up for a barb, so that should work marvy for your Cyclone.

So, how do you mount the Cyclone? I would love to have a Cyclone on an Automag and even tried to find someone to do a little milling on a Tac body to allow a Ripclip to be mounted. I would rather have a Cyclone to stay purely mech, even the feed system.

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So, how do you mount the Cyclone?
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A warpfeed body. Can't be that hard to mount one on one of those. Maybe a body with a little extra beef like a warp tac body. At least that's my idea.
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Actually mounting, I planned on drilling the rail for two mounting bolts near the bottom, but Im not sure if it would work correctly just now. But Im seriously looking into doing this.
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Is a BT ripclip the same as a cyclone? I swear i saw a mag on here with one of those attached awhile back
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Is a BT ripclip the same as a cyclone? I swear i saw a mag on here with one of those attached awhile back
Ripclip is an electronic version, which I may resort to, but I was just looking around and the Ripclip is rather massive.
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yeah they look as if the mount the same way so i guess thats a plus if i could find the picture of the mag with it on there. Yeah, as for air i would run an LPR on the ASA or on the front of a vertical air adapter and just hide and run the hose from it to the cyclone.
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i have no idea on how to mount it but you can power it basically the same way you would power a pnu frame.
Just run an LPR off of the asa, run a hose to a valve like a MSV-2 or a Clippard SMAV-3 that is activated by the sear. then run the cyclone hose from the valve. the cyclone should feed every trigger pull. you can also T this one in to an existing pnu frame.. in theory. Its almost like a mechanical inteli feed.

Or if you can find a way to drill into the on/off chamber (?) or the area right above the on/off pin and run a barb off of that, it may work the cyclone properly.
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