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slawre89 05-07-2012 07:42 PM

RT classic leaks and I have tried everything
 
I have an RT classic with level 10 bolt. I have replaced all the o-rings on the gun and flipped my plastic piece in my regulator piston which fixed the majority of the leaks.

However there is still a constant slow leak until the trigger is slightly pulled. It is coming from inside the gun but I can't really tell from where. It isn't coming out of the velocity adjuster but from under the body.

If I lift up on the barrel or push in on the rt valve it leaks a little more.

I have a suspicion it is something to do with the sear but I am unsure.

Any help would be appreciated.

Darring D 05-07-2012 08:07 PM

Does it stop when you pull the trigger all the way? with the leaking stick something down the barrel end and push on the bolt. if the leak changes when you move the bolt then it is a level X o-ring carrier. try the next smaller size. Banjo bolt and its o-rings can also cause leaks. try tightening/loosen the banjo bolt while it is leaking and see if anything changes. There was a known issue with the banjo bolt and rail. a newer edition of each were made by AGD. Tuna at Tunamart sells both the upgraded banjo bolt and rail.

slawre89 05-07-2012 08:40 PM

Holy sh!t!

I think you fixed my problem. I aired up my gun and it was leaking as usual. I then unscrewed the banjo bolt a quarter turn with an allen key and the leak stopped! THANK YOU

Spider! 05-07-2012 08:42 PM

If it comes back then...Take any shims out of the level 10. Make sure you use AGD urethane o-rings on the banjo. The o-rings help keep the valve in the right spot.

Darring D 05-07-2012 09:12 PM

Glad to help. I hope that is all it was. I had a heck of a time with my Classic RT and had to go the new rail & banjo bolt route. :gunsfiring:


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