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Old 03-31-2012, 08:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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T9.1 O-ring Sizes and Part Numbers

Looking at O-rings, for the T9.1, there are some differences between what Rockstar Tactical calls some of the o-rings, and what's in the manual. So, I figured I'd tear down mine, and note the sizes/types of o-rings in the gun. I've provided the name/number in the manual, and the names on Rockstar Tactical. So, when you have an o-ring fail, break out your manual, and identify the page, and drawing number. Then, you'll see the Tiberius part number and, the o-ring size/type.

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XXX-PXX denotes white/clear o-rings (Polyurethane)
XXX-BXX denotes black o-rings (Buna Nitrile)
XXX-X70 denotes Soft o-rings*
XXX-X90 denotes Hard o-rings*
To test hardness between two o-rings of the same size, drop the o-rings on a hard surface. The hard one will make a crisper sound. Or, you can try bending them.
Page 6 - T9.1 Stock Adapter
3 - 91-9127 Valve Nose O-Ring - 002-P90
4 - 91-9128 Valve Shaft O-ring 003-P90
Page 7 - Trigger Group
9 - 45-9111 Trigger Retaining O-Ring 003-B70 (sold as "Push Rod O-ring”)
Page 8 - Regulator
8 - 45-9102 Reg Sealing O-Ring - 006-B90
9 - (Top Drawing) 006-P70 *
9 - (Bottom Drawing) 81-9115 Gun Body/Reg Body O-Ring 006-B90 *
10 - 45-9103 Reg Valve Sleeve O-Ring *
XX - "Reg Spring Pad O-Ring" 012-P70 *
11 - 45-9106 End Screw O-Ring 012-B70
12 - 45-9107 CO2 Stem O-Ring 006-B70
21 - Relief Valve O-Ring (inside the reg piston) 002-P90
Problems:
# 09 indicates two different o-rings:
In top drawing, it's 006-P70 (sold as “Valve Spacer”)
In bottom drawing it's the 006-B90 "Gun Body / Reg Body" O-rings
# 10 in the drawing is actually "Reg Spring Pad O-ring"
# 15 in the drawings is actually #16 (Reg Valve Ball) in the chart
Page 9 - CO2 Valve Housing
4 - 81-9119 CO2 Housing O-Ring - 105-P90
5 - 45-9109 CO2 Housing O-Ring – 006-P70 (did not visually confirm)
Page 10 - Engine and Firing Bolt Assembly
2 - 81-9105 AC Plug O-Ring - 016-B70
5 - 45-9101 Air Chamber Cap O-Ring - 110-P70
6 - 81-9104 Air Chamber OD O-Ring - 020-B70
Page 12 - Tiberius Gun Body Assembly
13 - 81-9115 Gun Body/Reg Body 006-B90
Parts not numbered / identified in the manual
Shroud Mounting Screw O-Ring - 010-B70
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UV, with your permission may I add this to those useful resources? I'll give you credit, of course.
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anyone experience negatives when using buna instead of urethane inside the gun? Cause according to mcmaster-carr, the buna seems like itd be alright in all applications in a paintball gun
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anyone experience negatives when using buna instead of urethane inside the gun? Cause according to mcmaster-carr, the buna seems like itd be alright in all applications in a paintball gun
All of the BXX o-rings in the list are Buna. All of the PXX are polyurethane which have a better wear resistance than urethane.

The most important part is the hardness. Some need to be squishy while others must not be. A good example would be the the tiny o-ring that goes between the body and the ASA. If it's a 70 durometer, when the two parts are screwed together, it will get compressed and the air path (the hole in the middle) can get reduced.
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