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Old 01-15-2011, 07:48 PM   #11 (permalink)
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most people run their indards dry on the ccms. if you feel the need to put some kind of lube in there you can try the dry lubricant that comes in a spray can. goes on liquid but leaves a thin layer of dry on.
tri-flow?
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tri-flow?
I use tri-flow on my s6.5's hammer and bolt. I had no problems.
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Old 01-17-2011, 11:46 PM   #13 (permalink)
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don't believe it was tri-flow since i got it from lowes along with some spray silicone. used them on motorcycle chains.
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Old 01-18-2011, 05:12 PM   #14 (permalink)
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I ran my T2 hammer (and bolt) dry, HPR ~335 psi, and IVG backed all the way out to shoot 275 fps all year long.

Haven't shot the new S6.5 yet, but I imagine I'll set it up about the same.
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played on saturday.

0 degrees outside, snow conditions.
one full turn in from my regular setting and i was good to go shooting 285 all day.
i normally run my reg at 320 psi. did not measure the psi output after the adjustment
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Old 01-25-2011, 12:56 AM   #16 (permalink)
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i switched to a sidewinder and solved all of my reg problems
What is the coldest you've played at running a sidewinder reg? I'm just curious because I have a spare sidewinder and I live in Canada.
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What is the coldest you've played at running a sidewinder reg? I'm just curious because I have a spare sidewinder and I live in Canada.
My friends and I have played in -20*C - -30*C with no probems with our pumps......` everything other then a pump, Tippmann or Ion was DOA in that temperature
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don't believe it was tri-flow since i got it from lowes along with some spray silicone. used them on motorcycle chains.
White Lightning brand has a silicone-based dry lube that is similar to what you're describing. I've used it from a drop bottle. Goes on as a liquid, but then the liquid matrix evaporates in seconds, leaving a dry film of lubricant.
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