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Old 12-16-2007, 10:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just Installed ICDU Rammer

Hi: This is my first post and even though I've been playing paintball for a couple years with my 17-year-old son I consider myself a newb. So I need help.

I just installed an ICDU Rammer on my Lasoya Promaster that had been modified by Greg of Blue Fork Designs it had previously been in his one of a kind GS Promaster.

I decided to balance my regs again.

I zeroed out both the 2-liter hpr and Micro Rock lpr.

I then raised the hpr to 225ish

Then started raising the lpr till it leaked and the bolt cocked all the way back. This thing is so light that it cocked all the way back before the lpr gauge moved past zero and even before the noid stopped leaking. So I kept turning up till the noid stopped leaking and then like half a turn more and the lpr guage is only reading 25 psi. Is that even going to be enough to move the bolt.

Forgive me please if this stupid question, but before I was running my lpr at 60 and my hpr at 200 to get 280 fps its just hard to believe how low this is.
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Old 12-16-2007, 10:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Well! I tried firing it and apparently the noid doesn't have enough air.

I've been told the following process is how to ballance regs on a promaster and it worked with the stock rammer:

1. With no air in the marker and after making sure there is no air in the noid zero out both regs .

2. Raise the hpr to 225-250 psi.

3. Raise the lpr till the bolt opens completely.

Then fine tune the bps with the hpr.

However as mentioned above following that process isn't providing the noid enough air. So in this instance how do I do it.
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Old 12-17-2007, 03:18 PM   #4 (permalink)
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tom,

Currently my set up is

Dwell :7
LPR:65ish
HPR: 200

I set my hpr at about 180 to start, then raised my lpr to just past fully cocking. then adjust over chrono the hpr up to speed.

we have almost identicle set ups, so thats gotta be a decent starting point.

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tom,

Currently my set up is

Dwell :7
LPR:65ish
HPR: 200

I set my hpr at about 180 to start, then raised my lpr to just past fully cocking. then adjust over chrono the hpr up to speed.

we have almost identicle set ups, so thats gotta be a decent starting point.

This may help too
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