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Old 11-28-2010, 02:45 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Old 11-28-2010, 02:59 PM   #12 (permalink)
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My friend runs a aka valve and both springs in his S6. The marker sounds like crap and gets really bad efficiency. He claims the shot is flatter but I think my freeflow with ccm internals shoots just as straight. Also, the barrel that you use can make a difference in the markers sound signature.
if he wishes to quiet down his marker/make it shoot even flatter/make it 20x more efficient he should jury rig a magic box, or a backspin bolt to it.

then his marker would beat yours.
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I don't think T2s can be much improved upon...
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Old 11-28-2010, 05:34 PM   #14 (permalink)
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i got my J2L shooting pretty quiet with a belsales venturi bolt and stock internals. i think it is below the recommended input pressure cause i use a 48/45 and get bad efficiency but it is deadly quiet. people don't know where the shots are coming from. helps that i use a disruptive barrel also
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if i were to replace the valve in the T2 with an AKA Tornado, lighter valve/main springs, and possibly a lighter hammer, would i be able to get the T2 to operate optimally (i.e. without sacrificing efficiency) between the 200-220psi range? ultimately, i'd like to lower the operating pressure in order to quiet the marker. perhaps there's an air-assist cocker valve out there paired with a lighter spring/hammer combo that could help?
unless you got a SS25, hybrid or merlin youll have to make your own, and only the newton style will work with a cocker
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so i gotta ask...how would lowering the operating pressure with a different valve decrease your efficiency
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Old 11-28-2010, 07:56 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Venturi bolts will make your gun quieter.
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I say go for it!

They take the larger 11/16" valves, right? That would be a Viking/Excal/Merlin valve.

Though only change one part at a time. You don't want to run into the age old E.M.M.S., Excessive Modification Malfunction Syndrome. Change out all the bits and pieces at the same time and if things don't work the way you want it will be harder to find the uncooperative bit.
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Venturi bolts will make your gun quieter.
They also restrict your air flow.
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I say go for it!

They take the larger 11/16" valves, right? That would be a Viking/Excal/Merlin valve.

Though only change one part at a time. You don't want to run into the age old E.M.M.S., Excessive Modification Malfunction Syndrome. Change out all the bits and pieces at the same time and if things don't work the way you want it will be harder to find the uncooperative bit.
the T2 uses a "normal-sized" cocker valve by the looks of the assembly video on youtube (provided by MuddyTaco), not the larger 11/16" valve.

i'll give it a whirl. what's the worst that can happen, right?
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