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Old 04-03-2012, 06:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Leaking Shocktech Shocker SFT w/ HE bolt kit $225

Well, I just got this back from another member on MCB and unfortunately it has a leak where the manifold meets the body of the marker. As a result I'm forced to sell this AS-IS. As far as I know that is the only problem, I'm not a shocker tech(I don't know too much about them) so I can't really pinpoint any of the problems or fix them myself. All of the stock parts are included, and I'm also including an HE bolt kit with the package. I don't really want to part out anything, I'm just trying to get this thing sold.

The only upgrade it has as of right now is a virtue board(The HE bolt kit isn't installed but comes with the package). It's got quite a bit of wear on it and the rear grip frame screw has scratching all around it. Let me know if you have any questions. I'm including a 10" JJ 2 piece barrel. I would like to get $180 for everything... but it's OBO. At the moment I'm not really looking for trades, just looking for cash offers.













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Old 04-04-2012, 11:28 PM   #3 (permalink)
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These are sweet shockers, I kinda miss my shocktech.

Just a quick pointer that might help you trouble shoot it. If your HPR is over 300 psi it will leak out of the manifold. The manifold is supposed to do in order to prevent the pressures from blowing the solenoid. So back your HPR down and see if it still leaks afterwards, hopefully this will fix it.

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These are sweet shockers, I kinda miss my shocktech.

Just a quick pointer that might help you trouble shoot it. If your HPR is over 300 psi it will leak out of the manifold. The manifold is supposed to do in order to prevent the pressures from blowing the solenoid. So back your HPR down and see if it still leaks afterwards, hopefully this will fix it.

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Thanks! I'll have to try that later today and see if it works.
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Old 04-05-2012, 08:55 AM   #5 (permalink)
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These are sweet shockers, I kinda miss my shocktech.

Just a quick pointer that might help you trouble shoot it. If your HPR is over 300 psi it will leak out of the manifold. The manifold is supposed to do in order to prevent the pressures from blowing the solenoid. So back your HPR down and see if it still leaks afterwards, hopefully this will fix it.

Good luck with the sale!
not quite, it will leak out of the manifold because the solenoid is over pressurized and it is bypassing the solenoid, this is not a safety feature but damages your solenoid. The humphrey/parker solenoids do not have a "bleed off" like some other models.

The manifold is just an "adapter" to join/route the are flow between the body and solenoid.

Depending where it is leaking out of the manifold it could be the manifold orings (doubtfull unless it has been tampered with) "sail" oring, solenoid inserts, or the solenoid spool.
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I guess that makes sense. Whenever I see a shocker with this problem, backing the HPR down has usually solved the leak for me. You seem to know more about it than I do, so I'll take your word for it. Thanks for the info, I learned something new today lol
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I guess that makes sense. Whenever I see a shocker with this problem, backing the HPR down has usually solved the leak for me. You seem to know more about it than I do, so I'll take your word for it. Thanks for the info, I learned something new today lol
Thats why I posted it, yes backing down will stop the leak IF it hasnt damaged a spool oring.
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Thanks for the help guys. I just don't have the time to mess with it at the moment.
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