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Old 01-08-2013, 11:16 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I'm not sure what the pressure's set to or how many turn in my IVG is but my reg sweetspots with the set screw flush
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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...



Hmmmmm......



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k im not smart enough to take the backblock or pump bracket

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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Could I see some pics of the internals? I've looked around and the best pic I have found yet is the one above. But I wanna see the inside and the hammer and and and all the goodness!!
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k im not smart enough to take the backblock or pump bracket

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
the backblock flips over once you take the bolt out and slide down that slot that the pump arm goes down.

What do you mean by the pump bracket? I know that once you have the front block off you slid the frontblock as close as it will go to the pump plate and then spread the 2 rods to twist the backblock off
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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...



Hmmmmm......



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Old 01-09-2013, 08:13 AM   #27 (permalink)
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i could whip up a few by the end of next week
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Brother - I will take you up on that offer - I am starting a new semester this week - and won't have a chance to get to this for a few weeks.

I do think, SS, that if you add a 0-700 gauge, you can sell these for sure.

You wouldn't have to make them as seen above. My suggestion would be a longer cylinder knurled so it was easy on an off - threaded internally to accept a quick disconnect or gauge and externally threaded to go into the body - and this would be done.

It would look like you put a Fassst changer on the front!

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Old 01-09-2013, 12:44 PM   #28 (permalink)
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someone mentioned longer valve-spring... interesting. See the sound signature from videos sounds like a tuned Falcon prototype (with soft cup seal, Palmers style), maybe a little bit louder but the sound is there. Falcons use longer valve springs too, I went that way because the most consistent guns I have use longer valve springs (the Illusion is a prime example). Around 2 inches seems to be ideal... anyways, I think the trick is actually with the hammer: if the J12's hammer is very smooth running, it may be too smooth... in combination with a soft hammer spring, it may be allowing the hammer to bounce on the valve pin the tiniest bit. Not sure what exactly to suggest, just some food for thought for you guys tuning the J12 if you want to cut the noise down. One of the tricks I found for making the Falcons silent was to incorporate some kind of "brake" for the hammer, to prevent any bounce on contact with the valve pin. I did that on one of our team guns with the trigger lifting a ramp to contact and "drag" on the hammer at the point when it hits the valve, it made the gun as quiet as could be.

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J12 valve is 2" (well i measure 1.977 loosely holding it with calipers)

it was sitting on my desk... too easy to not measure for ya!
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I don't think people are reporting it is loud - just that it is different. Maybe I am off.

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