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Nighthawk9 10-01-2012 04:06 PM

Possible to put T8.1 Remote Line Kit on a T9.1?
 
Hey guys, how's it going?

So like my title says I want to know if the T8.1 remote line kit would/will work if you put it on a T9.1. Reason being is that I've got a T9.1 already that I'd like to be able to switch over to remote line pistol play when I want. I know that I could just use the ASA it already comes with for either the remote line ASA adaptor just screwed right into the back of it or the 1/8 NPT hole on the bottom for a remote line nipple (I already have a 45 degree fitting with male connector in there right now), but either way the ASA just looks "clunky" on there and "blocky" and I'd like to be able to trim it down with the T8.1 remote kit. So will it work? Considering they have the same backs with the screw holes and the bottom right hole that feeds the air I don't see why not, but I just wanted to check and confirm before I buy. If you guys could help me out that'd be great. Thanks! :)

skullcandy1993 10-01-2012 04:12 PM

I know that fixxxer was able to attach the T9.1 asa block to his T8.1 so I don't see any reason that it wouldn't work.

Nightstar 10-12-2012 06:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by skullcandy1993 (Post 2491341)
I know that fixxxer was able to attach the T9.1 asa block to his T8.1

I'd like to know more about that. Any chance you have a link?

Fixxxer 10-12-2012 06:55 PM

I had attached a 13cu ninja tank using the 9.1 ASA.
However you can only mount the ASA with one screw so it will leak and it will not make a strong holding point for a tank.
An adapter is needed to make this work at all.

Nightstar 10-13-2012 09:22 PM

I'd like to be able to mount a 13cu to my T8.1. Have you a specific adaptor for this?


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