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Old 07-31-2011, 09:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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pgp home mods?

what are some mods i can do to at home to improve the efficiency? also any mods i can do at home that yall think would help would be appreciated as well.
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Old 07-31-2011, 09:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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A lot depends on what kind of equipment you have at home. Drill press? Dremel tool?
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i have a drill press, dremel, soldering equipment(although im not sure id be to confident soldering the brass), and plenty of screwdrivers and such.
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For efficiency modification the next question is what type of valve is it, which will tell what type of modification to do. Cartridge or the old style. The easiest way to tell is whether it says PA(cartridge) or P series.

The basics are that you want to port the valve and transfer port between the two tubes.
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its a cartridge valve but iv found most of what i was looking for(guess i should have used the search first lol) but i did find one mod i wanted more info on and that is a drop out that someone had done at home.
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which particular style? you can simply slot the lower tube and cut the pump handle to allow the 12g to drop. You can also add a lever changer to the drop out. Or, and I haven't done this one, I heard of some using a plunger style dropout. Seen pictures of it, but can't recall where.

I went with the PT style lever changer on my PGP2
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the one i saw had the slot cut in the bottom and the pump handle cut back. do i just cut the bottom tube and pump?
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This is how I did mine,


Then I sent it in for a new pump handle from Rainman229
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