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Keebler 03-17-2011 11:05 PM

core zx help
What springs are compatible with the zx.

Iconic Muffinman 03-18-2011 01:54 PM

Go to Agent Smith's post in my thread here. He answers this question in detail.

Keebler 03-18-2011 05:37 PM

Too bad its tippman and spyder style springs I wish it was one or the other. Looks like I gotta order both sets from maddman, ill shim the mainspring like he did for the typical a5 spring.

Keebler 03-23-2011 02:28 PM

Wish I had his source of pro am springs

agentSmith 03-23-2011 03:32 PM

Ask and ye shall receive!

Drive Spring - 7 Inches [Pro-Am] 15-SP

I wish I had written down the length of the Armotech/Core springs!
You may need to post a question to get someone to measure the length of a working one!


Keebler 03-24-2011 04:25 AM

Done already ordered 2. And ill order the spyder spring kit from madman. I hear the t68 or whateveristol from rap4 has a nice cupseal I wonder if that would help with efficiency

agentSmith 03-24-2011 08:53 AM

It doesn't fit in the core type Keebler, I believe.
Check your pierce pin block. IF it's a threaded piece that screws into the lower tube it takes the rap4 type, but if it's a brass block held in by a setscrew then it's the zeus types.

By simply running a 1/4-28 tap through the brass pierce pin block of a zeus type, you can convert them to use the excellent phantom pierce pins. These are easy to order and keep on hand as extras.


Keebler 03-24-2011 11:04 PM

What's the real benefit of them though?

agentSmith 03-24-2011 11:10 PM

Really? They're the only thing that you can reliably find. Miltec, Core and Warsensor aren't much.
Fortunately they really are awesome. I've had them last 700-800 changes, almost a whole season.


PistolRogue 03-25-2011 04:35 AM


Originally Posted by Keebler (Post 1755407)
What's the real benefit of them though?

As Smith mentioned they are commonly available, on top of that they last a long time and they pierce much more cleanly and with less effort than the stock one.

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