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GhostLeader 101 04-22-2013 06:31 PM

J12 Maintenance and tech
 
Question. What do you set the reg at, screws in from flush, and how do you adjust velocity.

Trying to sweet spot this so I can get some crazy shots. My brothers T2 is set up nice.

Thanks. Tried looking for a manual so I don't sound like a total noob

bigbadbubba1337 04-22-2013 08:27 PM

CCM J12 Tech Video's - YouTube

GhostLeader 101 04-23-2013 09:49 AM

That gives me a lot of useful videos but...
I don't see anything about regs sweet spot, turns in from flush. Something factory recommended and I don't see where the velocity adjustment is. Is it and the reg the same thing like on egos?
Trying to get some input and a link to a bunch of videos didn't answer a question real well.

CCM CHICK 04-23-2013 03:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GhostLeader 101 (Post 2691626)
That gives me a lot of useful videos but...
I don't see anything about regs sweet spot, turns in from flush. Something factory recommended and I don't see where the velocity adjustment is. Is it and the reg the same thing like on egos?
Trying to get some input and a link to a bunch of videos didn't answer a question real well.

Best bet is to call and speak directly to Rod. He is here M-Thurs 7am to 3:30pm pst. 1-877-412-6850

He’ll get you dialed in and be able to answer all your questions.

ryanhall41 04-23-2013 04:57 PM

you sweet spot it the same as with any autococker based gun. Mine was done from the factory. I would have to check but I believe mine is flush or really close to flush. If you dont know how to sweetspot an autococker then look up the halfsquat41 channel on youtube. There is a sweetspot video there.

the velocity adjustment is through the back like on most autococker based guns. Unlike other pumps/cocker, the j12 uses a 1/8" allen wrench and not a 3/16" allen wrench. The spring on the j12 is behind the ivg but the ivg is reversed threaded so it is still clockwise = + and counterclockwise = -

Talfuchre 04-23-2013 06:19 PM

Honestly - you are just guessing unless you have a reg tester. You can sweet spot it - and that will work - but 'how many turns' and 'where to set the turns on the reg' are just base lines and should not be used to fully tech a marker.

TF

GhostLeader 101 04-23-2013 06:49 PM

Ryan your post help a lot. I went one key smaller and couldn't find the ivg. I uhh
k I got her shooting where I want her.
Thanks guys

PumpFreak 04-23-2013 10:52 PM

To set my reg on my t2 to 350 psi.. The reg screw is almost all the way in!


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