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Old 03-14-2013, 01:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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xvalve with stock trigger

anybody here have experience in using the xvalve with the stock single trigger frame ??? i was wondering if it will still be able to sweet spot and shoot just as fast as the intelliframe double trigger. and can i install the ULT trigger kit in the single frame as well ? am hoping it will still work without having to shell out 120 bucks for a new grip frame
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Old 03-14-2013, 01:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The ULT is a drop replacement for the stock RT on/off that is in for the valve.
Can't comment on the x-valve and CF frame combo as I've never done it.
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Old 03-14-2013, 01:18 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I find it harder to sweet spot a CF frame vs a Intelliframe, but if you go with an SHP reg, it makes it easier to do so.

And just for reference, you can usually find used Intelliframes in good - excellent shape for $65-85 on AO.
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I love single AGD frames with x-valves, ULT or not.

A SHP is good for rt-ing , and you'll find the sweet spot after a while.
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Old 03-14-2013, 01:35 PM   #5 (permalink)
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hmmm might need to invest in a SHP reg from ninja. currently running a crossfire stealth on my tank
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hmmm might need to invest in a SHP reg from ninja. currently running a crossfire stealth on my tank
I keep a SHP and an old crossfire. Sometimes I get a little bounce out of the crossfire, but just a couple. With an x-valve, some different loaders, and two tanks, you can play from slow semi on up to full airball rates, all on the same day (and marker).
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Old 03-14-2013, 05:12 PM   #7 (permalink)
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with some tuning or an 850+ psi output tank you will sweet spot it no problem.

with my SHP or my 1100 psi ninja tank my single trigger sweet spots just fine, in fact its almost too much.

in my experience 850-950 is where you want to be for sweetspotting
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thanks guys! i think i will invest in the ninja shp reg and buy an xvalve and go from there
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This past weekend with my stock frame, X-valve, and 850 psi OP tank I did'nt get much for an RT effect but the Valve is new to me and might need some tuning. I also was'nt really trying to. Sometimes I think people forget, The X valves main benefit is a complete lack of shootdown at high rates of fire. The RT effect is more a result of the higher output pressure of different tank regs, and while intoxicating, it is not the only way to get your giggles on.
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