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Old 01-08-2013, 05:47 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Reg tester for the J12.
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Cool! I guess I know where to go if I need a accurate reading.
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Old 01-08-2013, 05:55 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Cool! I guess I know where to go if I need a accurate reading.
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that blue piece is the valve?!

and it just slides out like that?!

thats bad ***!!!!

that looks like a very simple tester to make fittings wise....
i wonder if ccm will make it, or if i have to
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No, the blue piece is where the valve and spring sits (inside). CCM uses the same valve as the S6, 6.5, J2L and T2 for the J12. The difference is that they are using a longer valve spring for the J12. Easy to access from the rear and you can see what you are doing! The "blue piece" slides in to the main body of the J12 like a cartridge. So you have almost twice the amount of material surrounding the wall of the valve as in other ccm markers. Rod suspects this may be one of the contributing factors to the change in signature sound of the J12 (assuming you are using the same barrel to test).

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i ment valve housing

the whole thing slides out like that?

or is the blue piece part of the reg tester?
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The "blue" piece is part of the valve housing and not part of the reg tester. The valve housing is held together by screwing it together with the main guide rod. Removing the main guide rod and replacing it with the green reg tester allows you to begin your test. Tapping the end of the valve stem allows you to simulate the hammer striking the valve. The marker is too simple to tech.
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The "blue" piece is part of the valve housing and not part of the reg tester. The valve housing is held together by screwing it together with the main guide rod. Removing the main guide rod and replacing it with the green reg tester allows you to begin your test. Tapping the end of the valve stem allows you to simulate the hammer striking the valve. The marker is too simple to tech.
That sounds amazingly easy
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Old 01-08-2013, 11:15 PM   #20 (permalink)
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That reg tester, if I am correct, is simply an older model CCM Pump Guide Rod back (they used to be aluminum and stainless - not all stainless) that has a hole drilled in the side - to allow air in - and a second hole in the front that has been taped to take a quick disconnect.

Super simple to do if you had a lathe.

Which I do...



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