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Old 04-22-2013, 05:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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A little help?

Does anyone have pics or a diagram of the internals on a Pyre or Blazer? I took mine apart a few years ago to fix a leak and never got back to it. Now I have a pile o Pyre on the work bench and no solid recollection on proper reassembly. I'm talking about the valve system not the ram or reg.
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Yup, thanks.
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Update:

Well after a new cup seal and valve guide this things is still gushing air down the barrel. Tried new orings on both valve guides bit to no avail. Any suggestions?
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Old 04-05-2014, 09:17 AM   #7 (permalink)
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The 2k Blazer uses 015 tank orings..

The leak is either the front oring around the valve guide or the something is up with the Dyna valve seal.

Try not to cut the oring on the air passage when ya slide it in.


You can also try to run 800 psi into the valve and seat all the orings and seals.
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Thanks Craig. With a 015 the oring isn't seated on the dynamic valve. The valve also drops into place with no resistance as if it's too small regardless of which oring is on it.
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Thats odd,, It had to have sealed up once before. I usually see that when someone puts a 014 on a 2k Blazer valve.

So, Your saying a white 015 co2 tank oring is too small?

Was this gun ever stripped and re-anno?
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No it's one of the coffee anno ones it's never been redone. Was there any experimenting with valves on the early ones? We ran into this issue when I bought the new valve as the original didn't take a new cup seal.
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