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Old 08-16-2010, 06:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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gah! help!!! SS-25 issues

Just got my new (to me) SS-25 out on the field for the first time and had some issues...

Mainly the marker just seemed wildly inconsistent as far as velocity goes. I had a chrono and there seemed to be about 60 fps spread. later I was auto triggering and I got a huge drop-off effect only a few shots in. Lastly, at one point the reg seemed to sieze up and stopped pressurizing the marker all together, though after I switched it out w/ my cp reg and then put it back on it started to work again but was still inconsistent.

in general the marker seems a kind off dirty, the on/off seems to have a fair amount of grit in it (i hear a rinding noise when I screw in the knob) and when I pulled the lower tube internals there was a black film on them

I guess Im wondering if my inconsistent velocity really is a product of dirt in the reg/marker or not? or is there something I may be missing? does it even sound like the reg is the issue or could the lower tube internals be responsible as well for wonky velocity?

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I'd wager that to get crap from the ASA into the lower tube, it would have to go through that regulator. I think you may need to clean and lube all of the above.
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Do you have a gauge mounted? What's the input at?

If you have access to a valve tool, crack open the lower tube and see if the cup seal oring is good.

Clean and lube everything. I guess the previous owner just didn't take care of it or something.
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since the ss-25 uses a spyder sized valve will a cocker valve tool work?
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there is no valve jam nut, but i think you have to take the front off. i don't know what its call, the part where the pump kit and reg attach to. and push the valve out the front once its removed.
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since the ss-25 uses a spyder sized valve will a cocker valve tool work?
Durrr... Brain fart. Sorry. Check the manual, there's the instructions on how to take it apart. Take it apart, clean it, and check the seals.
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Download manual here:

http://www.pumpenstein.com/manuals/C...6Prototype.pdf

If you hear and see grit in the ASA - you need to clean the entire marker.

You will need the proper lube - I would get Hater Sauce Marmalade.

Further, if you have to do this much cleaning - you might as well replace the seals - CCM sells seal kits - in particular get a few extra valve body o-rings (they are easy to cut when reassembling).

I would also replace any macro line - or at the least flush the macro lines with water and let them dry thoroughly. Same for the ASA and other things you can't get to with rags.

"Once you have cleaned all of the internals - be very careful when reinstalling the valve body - I have good instructions on the manual on this. (When reassembling the Valve and Front Block - Lubricate these o-rings with Dow 55 and slide them carefully into the bottom tube. A small flathead to assist all of the o-rings past the threaded holes of the bottom tube. This will prevent these from being cut or nicked. Be very careful – most leaks occur with damaged o-rings at this point."


If you have the old delrin valve pin - replace it with the new pin from CCM.

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