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Cooky8 07-13-2012 07:56 PM

Xvalve chocking
its weird.. i finally get my hand on a Xvalve.. telling myself it will be better than my old Classic, more quick to the point and everything.. but... nope..

Is it possible my ASA give it not enough air? it seems to take half a second-second to get pressurized between shots.. its like im searching for my sweet spot and it just shoot, then wait for release to repressurise... what i've done wrong? ( probably a lot, but hey, i know you friends on the Magpire could point me to the right solution with your infinite wisdom)

here some eye candy :P

its my version of the famed Minimag:) The valve is soon gonna turn black when i get Squidvision adress :P

Ando 07-13-2012 08:08 PM

What's up with the screw in the back? That suppose to be hand tight.

russc 07-13-2012 08:18 PM

Fittings, ASA and tank might be worth looking at.

AGDRetro 07-13-2012 08:47 PM

Is that a Button Head Cap Screw in the back or the AGD Thumbscrew? Hard to tell from pics. I'd say make sure your Level 10 is properly tuned and try the gun with another ASA. Also make sure your tank is putting out sufficient pressure (800 psi output at least).

Cooky8 07-13-2012 09:00 PM

its a regular Ninja tank, about 800 psi.. Yeah its a screw from a hardware store.. and its a bit too long for this valve, i'll get it shorter asap.. I re-built this mag from parts, had to improvise on screws..

Ando 07-13-2012 09:39 PM

Don't wrench down on the screw. It's only finger tight. You might have it preloaded

Cooky8 07-13-2012 09:50 PM

its never wrenched down. i use a screwdriver and never tight it much.. i'll shorten the screw and see if it helps..

superman 07-13-2012 09:56 PM

check for a rail bushing and your lvl 10 oil all of your on/off orings

AGDRetro 07-13-2012 09:57 PM

Take it down to 7/8 and it should be close enough to rule the screw out. Good call on the rail bushing!

superman 07-13-2012 10:02 PM

had that happen on my egomag talk about throwing you for a loop. even had my local tech confused and he knows his mags.

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