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Old 07-27-2012, 03:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question t8 remote idea

so i had this idea today at work

would it be possible to remove the relief valve from the back block of a t8 and put a fill nipple fitting there and run a remote line?

i know it would bypass the tiberius reg so i would need an adjustable reg in the remote system i was thinking of a palmers female stabilizer, and id also need a solid nipple in the mag-well of the pistol

would this work?

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Old 07-27-2012, 10:36 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Yup, I've actually done it. You're right, you would need an external regulator, as filling through the relief valve bypasses the guns stock reg. The part required also isnt one you can find at a hardware store. I made my own.
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which part are you talking about? i can get the solid nipple from Tiberius, and the relief valve should be 1/8th right? everything else i should be able to throw together (except the reg id have to order one)

and with this setup you adjust the velocity through the remote reg.


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If I set up a CNC to run them, I could probably do a small production run. The only thing holding me back is that there isn't any way to insure that people use them safely. Anyone who runs unreged air can seriously hurt themselves or someone else.

Since I can't really get any kind of manufacturer's insurance for a small run like this, I think it would be too much of a risk to offer them for sale.
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what is this part you speak of? im a little lost here......LOL
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Old 07-28-2012, 02:37 AM   #7 (permalink)
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The threads on the relief valve aren't pipe threads, so you would need a custom made part and some way of sealing it against the marker body for a remote line to work. I made one before, I'd post pics but Photobucket isn't playing nice. I posted them somewhere in the Tiberius forum before, so they're here somewhere.
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ohh gotcha could you make 2 or so for someone for private use?
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If the person was a personal friend, maybe, but just so I can yell at them if they even think about using it wrong. Now that I represent my families machine shop, I seriously doubt I could get permission to do even a small run for personal friends.

I will, however, post up pics and dimensions when I can find that stupid part. And rest assured, I've got a few goodies in store for the Tiberius crowd when I get an open machine.
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The threaded brass piece is the adapter I made. Its a 3/8-24 thread that is .375" long, and the shaft is a total of .800". The seal would need to be around the narrow part of the shaft so it is held in by the gun body, not where I show it. It worked for a little while there, but blew out eventually.

On the opposite side, I soldered half of a 1/8 pipe nipple to make the part in essence a 3/8-24 to 1/8 pipe adapter.


Mine goes into a Palmers stab, but it would be easy enough to put a 90 degree adapter and a remote quick disconnect.

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