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Old 11-04-2012, 12:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys. Recently picked up two trracers at the garage sale to piece together. Ive got one complete working tracer and one that ive used just for parts. Only issue i have is where u screw the tank in the back on both valves... they dont allow air thru. Could it be the air filters. If so. Im using hpa. Could i just drill one out? And not use a filter?
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Old 11-04-2012, 01:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What do you mean when you screw your hpa tanks in, that the asa doesn't allow airflow? Like air isn't getting into the valve chamber (highly unlikely ime) or when you fire the fun the valve doesn't open? I haven't seen any filters on my trracers (one pmi one exmpire), so I'm not sure about that. If yours does have a filter yes, you might want to try removing that. Otherwise, if it is a problem of air not going from the asa to the valve chamber, and you've already ruled out the problem residing with your HPA tanks/regs, then a hole drilled should solve the problem (just remember to drill it next to the extrusion that depresses the tank's pin valve when you screw it in).

Weird case though. Good luck!
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Is the ASA actually depressing the pin valve on the reg?...
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Is the ASA actually depressing the pin valve on the reg?...
This is the million dollar question! Now, why wasn't I able to put it so directly...
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This is the million dollar question! Now, why wasn't I able to put it so directly...
Its that whole "Two heads are better" thing.
Plus I'm a tech at a shop, so I usually asking about the simple things first to rule them out.
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Old 11-05-2012, 09:42 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Ok.. i checked on both. The pin is hitting. i drilled one of the filters out.. and it works great. Guess it was a simple fix once i searched enough to figure that one out.. Now time to send it out to get cocker threaded !

and get to working on my undercocker kit.
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and get to working on my undercocker kit.
AH HAH! awesome
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