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DCx7 02-14-2013 10:38 AM

Tapping front block threads on a spanky autococker
 
So I have a spanky yin yang autococker and I was wondering if its possible to tap the front block threads for a 2k+ banjo? I want to mq valve mine and I was worried about shootdown at higher rates of fire because it is a mini pre 2k cocker. I have a lpc on it, is this enough to eliminate shootdown if not, can you guys answer my original question?

redlaser666 02-14-2013 11:07 AM

Short answer: YES
Im sure someone else can elaborate more on the specific body but I did do this once to a pre-2k WGP cocker body.

howdy 02-14-2013 11:15 AM

Should be doable as long as the front is not sleeved like the back. Haven't had a swanky in awhile so I honestly don't remember. I think I remember my full milled mini fishbone was sleeved up front so u really couldn't do it to one of those....

DCx7 02-14-2013 11:21 AM

Ah, it is sleeved. Damn, guess I just have to find a bigger volumizer. I'll get a 2 liter reg just in case for crazy recharge rate.

DCx7 02-14-2013 12:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by redlaser666 (Post 2624808)
Short answer: YES
Im sure someone else can elaborate more on the specific body but I did do this once to a pre-2k WGP cocker body.

Spanky bodies are different as they have stainless steel inserts running the length of the body acting as the lower and upper tubes.

Kanadian-Kaos 02-14-2013 07:18 PM

You could also get a AKA sidewinder with a long extension as that acts as a volumizer.


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