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|04-02-2013, 04:20 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Sep 2012
CCM T2 Tuning
So let me start this off by saying... This winter I could not get my T2 to shoot over 240 on the chrono. I have had couple of people try tuning this thing. So finally couple weekends ago I took couple shots to the reg and trigger. As I was doing a complete tear down and clean. I found out that my hammer spring has broke. I have order a replacement and should have it by this weekend before we play again saturday!
I also picked up a reg tester so I can fine tune the reg pressure which is 350 as Melissa recommended in another post. I am using a ninja peanut tank 4500 which has the shims. I do believe.
I am wondering whats the best low pressure or high pressure? Or do I need to just leave the tank where it sits and put the reg on 350 and then chrono and make necessary adjustment at the end cap?
Thanks guys/girls lol
|04-02-2013, 04:49 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Set the reg how Mel said and then fine tune from the IVG.
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|04-02-2013, 05:01 PM||#5 (permalink)|
Join Date: Feb 2012
my experiences show using a tank with an output pressure closer to the operating pressure of your marker will get better consistency shot-to-shot. i've always thought of it as trying to leave as little work as possible to the hpr on your gun. i'm not sure if this holds any scientific ground...but it is how i like to set my markers up.
there are a bunch of threads on different forums in regards to the LP vs HP debate (centered around pump). a quick google search should give you a lot more information and a bunch of really good stickied threads where people go into extreme detail on the matter.
|04-02-2013, 05:18 PM||#7 (permalink)|
Blue - Red
Honestly - with a pump - I have never seen a difference.
The regulator is a 50 to 1 reg. Meaning - for every 50 PSI difference there is a 1 psi output difference. So, jumping up to a 850 PSI from a 450 PSI marker - will make a 8 psi output difference - which will likely have zero effect if it is set, say at 300 psi.
Recharge is not effected at the 6-7 BPS max that we are capable of pulling in AT.
I cannot imagine it making a difference.
I use three different input tanks on different CCM markers - just what I have. And I can't tell a difference.
I have never put that to a test - but the is my anecdotal finding.
|04-02-2013, 10:13 PM||#10 (permalink)|
Blue - Red
Not that I am aware of - but - the torpedo reg, that the CCM is based on, is pretty much the same type of reg across the board.
I would wager that all are very similar to it.
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