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Old 11-28-2011, 08:07 PM   #21 (permalink)
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All the parts shown are needed. The OD of the stock power tube is just slightly larger than the ID of the new tube. The new bolt is needed to clear the power tube. The new air chamber has a larger ID to allow some room around the larger valve seat and it has more internal volume.
indeed. Larger OD of a powertube requires that it will easily fit in the hammer and bolt.
When mewmaticarsenal made his kit, he also made every thing from scratch. That powertube was immense.
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Old 11-29-2011, 03:15 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Great job r-lad, can't wait to shoot my Trracer with the bullfog mod....
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super interested in a kit if you get to the point of selling them.
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Old 12-03-2011, 08:41 AM   #24 (permalink)
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super interested in a kit if you get to the point of selling them.
Stock replacement bolts made from stainless will be available soon. If that goes well, the low pressure kit will be next. I am refining the design to be more easily manufactured.
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Stock replacement bolts made from stainless will be available soon. If that goes well, the low pressure kit will be next. I am refining the design to be more easily manufactured.
I look forward to seeing this out there for everyone.
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any updates on this?
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Old 12-30-2011, 10:51 PM   #27 (permalink)
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How much of the improvement is from each component? For instance, how much is gained from springs and a regulator?
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any updates on this?
Stock replacement bolts are in progress. The CNC machinist is up to his ears in better paying jobs, so it is taking a while to get my order through.

I made another low pressure kit with a few changes to simplify manufacturing. I also have some good gauges now, so I might work on fine tuning some more.

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How much of the improvement is from each component? For instance, how much is gained from springs and a regulator?
With stock components the pressure can't be lowered much. I think that with stock parts it would be possible for the incoming supply to get too low for the regulator to work (from cold CO2 tank, etc.). At that point, any benefit from the regulator would be lost. That is the main reason I wanted to get into the 300 PSI range. The owner is also a big fan of quiet markers and for that, the lowest pressure possible is best.
There is another thread here somewhere showing low pressure mods with off the shelf components, but that gun still needed some modification to the stock ASA, which I would rather just replace and get the cleaner bottom line setup in the process.
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Stock replacement Trracer bolts are finished.


Here is what is included: Stainless bolt, o-ring, finely crafted plastic bag, and staple


The sales and marketing department (Lizard 13) will make these available soon.
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Nice, Will these be for sale in the Dealers section Under B/S/T?
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