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Old 09-22-2006, 11:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Phantom Springs

I bought a madman autococker spring kit for my phantom. Because i wanted to play indoor i needed to drop the fps substantially. Now i'm going to play outdoors so i'll change the spring up one tension level but i'm wondering if anyone knows how much fps gain i should see. +- 20 fps? Phantom is currently set up to shoot right around 250 on hpa 900 psi input and its the 2nd lowest spring i'll be putting on the 3rd spring from the least to strongest tension.

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Old 09-22-2006, 12:42 PM   #2 (permalink)
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easiest thing to do is simply put the stock springs back in, the stock spring is roughly the same as the blue springs, When you use the TPC to adjust your velocity, it has about window of 30-40fps.
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Yeah I was just wondering what a tighter spring will do cause as long as its legal and around like 270-280 i'm not going to touch the tpc so when I go back to indoor I can just swap springs and not have to worry about chrono.
I'll just have to experiment tomorrow- thanks for your post/help

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