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Old 12-10-2011, 01:38 AM   #7381 (permalink)
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If i may ask, why? I kept the internal reg as is and have another regulator (palmer stab) on my remote coil. I haven't had issues with my Thumper again. Whether it was related to it or not i feel more comfortable with this current setup. I just need my grips then my Thumper is finished.
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Old 12-10-2011, 06:37 AM   #7382 (permalink)
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I like Capital's idea of shimming the reg.
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Old 12-10-2011, 07:40 AM   #7383 (permalink)
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co2 3.5oz. probably in the vasa or vertical air system adapter, i usually refer to it as the asa < Russ is our new smiley
I talked with him a moment last nite on AIM, he confirmed it was on Co2. I went in and shimmed the spring on mine also, and will give it a try.
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Old 12-10-2011, 01:37 PM   #7384 (permalink)
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shiming and leaving the internal reg wide open seems to open up the operating pressure to more usable figures. someone needs to try this with HP air and see if the velocities are higher as well.
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Old 12-11-2011, 12:26 AM   #7385 (permalink)
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Hey, guys... What size oring was supposed to go on the "bolt" nose?
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Old 12-11-2011, 09:08 PM   #7386 (permalink)
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Hey guys, with 1 shim in our Thumpers we were getting consistant 285FPS shots with the regulator set 2 1/2 turns in from fully backed out. Too bad that after 30 shots ingame it started firing on its own again. Honestly if they could just fix the reliability with the cocking mechanism this would be an amazing gun. Most comfortable pump gun I've ever used, least fun to work on.
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Hey guys, with 1 shim in our Thumpers we were getting consistant 285FPS shots with the regulator set 2 1/2 turns in from fully backed out. Too bad that after 30 shots ingame it started firing on its own again. Honestly if they could just fix the reliability with the cocking mechanism this would be an amazing gun. Most comfortable pump gun I've ever used, least fun to work on.
Hey Don,
Couple questions.

1) HPA or CO2?

2) Which style cap do you have? Threaded or setscrew?

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Old 12-11-2011, 10:24 PM   #7388 (permalink)
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Cap? Which part is that?
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here's the new piston. the piston itself has had no problems, but I would recommend changing the o-rings, the ones used were of poor quality. I have emptied at least 4 3.5 ounce tanks with out any issues since I change the o-rings.
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Old 12-11-2011, 10:30 PM   #7390 (permalink)
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Any help here?

Took the thumper out for the first time this weekend. Had put probably 50 rounds through it prior, just shooting in the back yard.

First game of the day, first 3 or 4 rounds are fine, after that, pump, *click*, pump *fire*. Pump *click*, pump, *click*, pump, *fire*.

Rest of the game went about that way.


Just tried it out again now, same story.

Running a HP crossfire tank through a gas through grip.

Have not even opened the marker at all yet, but it just arrived last week, so I assume it should have the latest parts inside.
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