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Old 12-08-2011, 06:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was wondering, would using a light hammer spring and a heavy valve spring result in lower efficiency on a PMI1?
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I don't think it would hurt efficiency. I think your efficiency would go up even.


However, unless you've got some serious valve and tranfer port mods on it, you're going be extremely lucky to see useable velocity.
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I see. Are there are any downsides to having a larger valve ports and a larger transfer port?
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I see. Are there are any downsides to having a larger valve ports and a larger transfer port?
No down sides there. That's the first thing you do to increase efficiencies.
Re springing won't net much, if anything other than a reduction in velocity. Cutting down the barrel to 8 inches from the blot face will help, so would a better bolt.
Re springing then might help consistency.
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