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Old 02-08-2013, 09:42 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by redlaser666 View Post
Not catching the lug could be because of 2 things:
- not enough pressure in the ram to push back the back block all the way all the time ( especially if its leaking)
- the 3way timing is set too short so its not giving the sear a chance to come up before the ram starts closing.

google ravi autococker timing guide to help you get it set up.
I'd think it'd be more of the back block not going not going back all the way. I tried "extending" the timing (so it wasn't to short) and that did not change performance. I have read the guide, but thanks for the reminder.

Guy on CC said it might be a round lug having issues with a roller sear. Try a stiffer sear spring or square lug.

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