your dye rotor on t2 has any issue?
i used dye rotor hopper on my t2. i noticed that i had more chopping paint on t2. :( i used same dye rotor hopper on my geo2 without any issue. :rolleyes: fyi, i've used proto primo loader on t2 then i seems have less chopping paints but not perfect yet.
i wonder if you have used dye rotor hopper on your t2 without chopping paints issue?
did i get wrong size feedneck for my dye rotor because it is too short? :confused:
btw, three different people had suggested the same advice that i should have used the viewloader revolution c.a.t. without forcing to feed the paints. :bang: i assume it has nothing to do with feedback, right?
then why geo2 could achieve with dye rotor that t2 could not achieve with dye rotor on mine? :huh:
Never chopped or double fed on my T2, but my J2L double feeds all the time.
I stopped using force fed hoppers on my pumps. I had a few issues with both my Rotors and Halo B. The problem were mainly due to small bore paint or soft shell paint. The problem I experience was that the ball stack was pushed so far down(by the force fed tension), that there was a good chance of the bolt slicing the next ball. That is why if you notice Eclipse bolts have that ramp on top. It does seem to eliminate a lot of the slicing issue.
Either way, it cause enough of a problem for me to switch over to Sportshort/Winchester/Revvy. If you pick out your paint carefully(hard shell and decent size) I think you are fine with a rotor.
BTW You can turn down the tension on your rotor. This will help too.
I've used my prophecy on my s6.5 with no issues.
I guess the main question I'd have is whether you handle the pump stroke on the T2 differently.
User technique is going to have a big impact on likelihood of double feeds!
U can lower the springtension on your rotor to the minimum, there must be a small screw. This will help a little bit, but when I used a Rotor on my T2 there was the same problem. Best Hopper at the moment to use on a T2 is definatly a Sportshot, Primo or Revo.
Ps. Damn to slow ^^
When I had the rotor mounted on my J2L, I had no problems.
Then again, I'm not using the Nopro feedneck. It might be because of ball stack, but at the end of the day... the rotor is overkill.
Forcefeed hoppers on a pump is super overkill IMO. Yes, you have pressure and for sure a ball ready to go... But I'd rather run a sportshot/revvy/primo than deal with the headaches and increased hopper weight.
I've seen one person in action that actually makes great use of the rotor and that is Carter. Nothing like tennis elbow autotriggering.
I use a rotor on my T2 with no issues. Are you sizing your paint well so that you aren't getting partial rollouts. If you have a partial rollout the next ball could be enteric the breech enough that the bolt slices it.
thank everyone for advice. video helps me too so i will try that one too on the tension.
back to lancest,
wow, you are only one has no issues. ok, let me ask you a question before i am in right direction to do some test on sizing. is your paint brittle like tournament grade paints or cheap paints (hard shell and decent size) for rental gun. i used tournament grade paints.
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