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dukie 03-22-2012 01:34 PM

2ND run DSP air thru frames - MOD approved
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This is the SECOND sales thread for the DSP air in grip frame.

Shown in the following photos but NOT included are:
  • valve nut
  • powertube
  • valve-spring
  • trigger shoe
  • knurled, CCI frame-to-valve rear thumb screw
  • grip panels
Those items should be transplanted directly from your CCI Phantom, taking care that the frame screws do NOT protrude into the bucket changer!

Custom, TonSixer anodized DSP frame - close match to CCI's "dust slate".
Click images to open larger versions.

pics ( new production photos to be up shortly):

  • Modified Phantom valve body to match the grip frame
  • Upper frame
  • Grip adapter
  • Fasteners to assemble the two
  • Phantom bucket changer
  • Available in RAW OR DUST BLACK.

  • Slide trigger
  • In grip bucket changer
  • 45 style frame
  • Accepts standard 45 panels and wrap arounds
  • no external air lines
  • Bobbed and rear ported valve w/ 1/8" pipe plug
  • To be used with trigger shoe

Nitty Gritty:
  • $285 CDN plus shipping
  • Approx 6 week turn around depending on my schedule.
  • max order of 30 units this run.
  • Order deadline is Mar 30 2012
  • 50% - NON REFUNDABLE- deposit is required on or before the deadline.
  • your order is not complete until you have paid your 50% deposit.
  • NO REFUNDS! The only way yout will get a refund is if I cannot build the order. I haven't failed to deliver yet.
  • Orders that cannot be direct shipped through paypal will incur an extra $10 shipping charge. It is up to you to pay your invoice with correct shipping information attached to your account. DO NOT PAY DIRECTLY TO MY EMAIL. I will send you an invoice, pay it.
  • DESIGNED FOR USE WITH NEW STOCK CCI PHANTOM PARTS. It may work with other manufacturers components, but it is up to you to fine tune it.


Installing the trigger / trigger pull adjustment
DSPInstalltrigger.mp4 video by duke737 - Photobucket

Installing the transfer port
DSPInstalltransferpin.mp4 video by duke737 - Photobucket

Installing grip adapter dowels
DSPinstalldowels.mp4 video by duke737 - Photobucket

Installing the port plug
DSPinstallplug.mp4 video by duke737 - Photobucket

Final assembly
DSPAssembly.mp4 video by duke737 - Photobucket


You can adjust the transfer port and the loctite will continue to seal it up. Assemble the frame with the rest of your phantom parts. If the frame will not sit flush with the body your transfer port is not in the transfer hole in the valve body or it isn't screwed into the frame enough. It ony needs very light contact with the oring in the valve body to seal.

Gas it up.

If it leaks, you need to screw the transfer port in further. if it does not charge the valve, or if you can hear it squeaking instead of charging up the valve unscrew the transfer port. It is 32/tpi so it moves 1/32" per full turn. use small adjustments to fine tune. You can get to the hex head in the transfer port by removing the ASA and inserting an allen key inside the air passage.

If it just will not seal up, the oring is missing from the valve body, or you didn't get a god enough seal with the loctite. The loctite is very forgiving. I would suspect adjustment or a missing oring.


Trigger adjustment - if DSP fires on pumping forward
DSPAdjusttrigger.mp4 video by duke737 - Photobucket

If it will not fire after pumping you will need to shorten the trigger stop pin located inside the spring behind the trigger. That will make for a longer trigger pull though.

Ziggymarley 03-22-2012 02:32 PM

In for one...PM'ed.

dukie 03-22-2012 03:47 PM

No thats fine, leave them there. Yours looks beautiful, but I didn't want to post up photos of a different color to confuse people in the opening post.

You had better be coming to castle so that I can see that in person! If I ever do one for myself I would likely go that color. As it stands I get to keep the scrap ones lol.

format nazi! :) ( I knew you were going to do something)

SKULL 03-22-2012 04:07 PM

wow those are beautiful.

ApoC_101 03-23-2012 12:26 AM

Awesome!!! Glad to hear you're making more right away, this is an excellent product :thumbup:

dukie 03-23-2012 12:40 AM


Originally Posted by CJOttawa (Post 2270691)
*laughs* I will be at Pump Pandemonium this year and may be at Pump Castle. The other Castles are less likely.

For what it's worth, the colour balance of my DSP photos is exactly "real life."

Assuming your computer screen is calibrated, you're getting a perfect rendering of the real McCoy.

Mmmmmm sexy slate. I might have to make myself a slate toy next time around.

Yeah I think I will rarely see pp as that's when dwaynes little guys birthday usually lands. I'm debating on pump castle though.


Originally Posted by ApoC_101 (Post 2270772)
Awesome!!! Glad to hear you're making more right away, this is an excellent product :thumbup:

Thank you good sir!

dukie 03-23-2012 11:18 AM


Originally Posted by CJOttawa (Post 2271196)
New images of just the frame attached to the first post.


great pics as always CJ.

I went up to edit and type in the NOT includes of the valve internals and panels but you already did that lol.

dukie 03-27-2012 06:13 PM

Moving on up from page 2....

Nobody in a rush to spend their tax return this year? Lol

Material purchased and in the van!

dukie 03-28-2012 09:54 AM

making chips :)

dukie 03-28-2012 01:58 PM

invoices to date sent!

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