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Old 03-20-2012, 05:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Macdev Drone Dx, tips

hey guys i've got a brand new Macdev Drone Dx on the way, and was wondering if there was any tips/things i should know being going out and using it,like which sort of tank i should use(hpa obviously) or if there are any upgrades that i should look into.
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Tank size is a preference thing. Needs no ups other than possibly a Violent trigger. When you do get it wipe the stock lube off and re lube it. They over lube the marker at the factory and it will cause bolt stick.
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Tank size is a preference thing. Needs no ups other than possibly a Violent trigger. When you do get it wipe the stock lube off and re lube it. They over lube the marker at the factory and it will cause bolt stick.
okay thanks! i was watching a video on youtube and the guy said you better off using a low pressure tank, i got a ninja 68/4500 and am not sure if its high or low can i check it somehow? and will it affect my gun if it is high pressure.
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okay thanks! i was watching a video on youtube and the guy said you better off using a low pressure tank, i got a ninja 68/4500 and am not sure if its high or low can i check it somehow? and will it affect my gun if it is high pressure.
You'll have to check and see if your Ninja reg. is an adjustable or not. If it is, feel free to set it up to run low pressure, but the marker will shoot fine whether you're running it on high or low pressure air.
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You'll have to check and see if your Ninja reg. is an adjustable or not. If it is, feel free to set it up to run low pressure, but the marker will shoot fine whether you're running it on high or low pressure air.
yes the ninja reg is adjustable, is it difficult to do so ?
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Nope, real easy. Just take out a shim or two to lower the pressure. Step by step instructions and a diagram in the manual on their website:

http://www.ninjapaintball.com/Docume...2011404112.pdf

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Ninja Paintball: Pressure Adjustment - YouTube
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Nope, real easy. Just take out a shim or two to lower the pressure. Step by step instructions and a diagram in the manual on their website:

http://www.ninjapaintball.com/Docume...2011404112.pdf

Also, a video made by Ninja:

Ninja Paintball: Pressure Adjustment - YouTube
alright thanks a lot!
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