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Old 07-13-2011, 03:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I FINALLY have my Thundercat working! (enter evil scientist laugh) After much hassle, tuning, rebuilding, siphon tank building, she is finally working with out problems!

What finally did it? Running it off some serious liquid. I built my first siphon tank and it would cycle but if i shot too fast it would fail to recock. So i changed my siphon hose to one that had a larger inner diameter for better flow and now she is working great and is accurate.

My girlfriend played with it last friday and she didn't have a single problem with it and even shot me in the head twice with it (she's pretty proud of herself)!

Just thought I would share. Thanks.
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Old 07-13-2011, 05:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Congradulations!

Cats are very fast semiA markers, a good hopper to look at unless of course ou already have one selected for it would be a proto primo. I can get my cat to shoot at about 10 bps with my middle finger pulling, and the primo keeps up.
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Thanks for the suggestion. I will have to look into it. Right now I'm rocking a good old shake 'n bake hopper
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