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|04-28-2010, 08:40 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: Tucson, AZ
My B2K Build.
As I have a few assorted B2K's in varying level of modification, I'd like to hear your opinions on what I should frankenstein together and what I should leave alone. Many of you probably sold me these parts and or markers...
Basically, if you had this pile of parts, what would you combine for the best performance?
If I had time enough, I would just tinker with them and keep trying different combinations, but 60 hour work weeks cut into my free time.
What would you do?
1. Black B2K, VERY clean. (I'd like to leave this one alone, or restore back to factory setup.)
2.Silver X-Mill w/ PDS. This marker has seen the most use, came from the previous owner modified and pretty gunked up. Switches work but need replaced. Needs some SERIOUS deep cleaning.)
-Modified ram assembly. Doesn't appear to be ported, but has a different internal spring and looks somewhat polished.
-ShockTech Bolt. (The bolt is VERY scratched up, but works fine)
-The LPR is weird. I have to screw it 100% inwards to get the marker to cycle properly.
-PDS works fine.
3.Red Teardrop. (My daily shooter)
-Modified LPR, holes drilled to open it up by previous owner.
-Aftermarket valve installed by previous owner. (I think it's the eBay valve)
-Modified Ram Assembly - ported, devolumized and hammer lightened.
-AKA Clamping Feedneck
Parts I have in the Part's Bin:
-OTB Soft Bolt
-Alamo City Low-Blow Bolt
-MacDev Sonic LPR
-Unkown Bearing Trigger
-Eaton Ripper Magnetic Frame
-9300 Board, a couple B2K boards, and a Promaster Board.
-Another stock HPR, a couple stock LPR's
-I also have a completely stock BKO I could cannibalize parts from if I need to.
Thanks for your input and suggestions.
|04-29-2010, 02:01 AM||#2 (permalink)|
well the mod i always do is polishing the ram add some porting
also i polish the trigger switch and trigger set screw that contacts it
the regs can be modded for more flow(a lot more)
also one of the best mods is a lighter valve spring(and retuning) it makes it more efficient and quieter
things you need to pay for
homebrew a trayless setup, youll need a new noid(or buy an 05 06 ego manifold)
or buy one from Bluefork designs trayless kit if you can find them
also aftermarket regs really make a nice touch
dump the stock boards and put in MacDev stock boards, much better
i would just mod each gun as much as possible without paying, then decide what gun you want to go all out on
that MacDev LPR is really good use it on the gun you want the best
|05-18-2010, 01:38 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: Memphis, TN
Ok well I gotta get back to work, and thanks for posting, it's been a while since I've gotten to talk about B2Ks....I really enjoyed it
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