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Old 12-11-2013, 06:58 PM   #21 (permalink)
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So thanks for all the input here guys . I actually have a rt on/off . So I was wrong I thought it was a ult. So I have ordered some smaller on/off pins to see if I can get that rt effect
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Old 12-12-2013, 01:59 AM   #22 (permalink)
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With the standard Rt on/off you should easily be able to turn your stately, dignified mag into a mowing monster.

Shorter pins are the way to go, and if you are bored enough, you can get finer shims than even the ULT and shim in addition to the use of shorter pins. Just unscrew the halves and pop them in carefully and screw back together.

If you can't get yours to howl, check the nut behind the trigger. It may be maladjusted.

Good luck, and definitely post some video when you get it running.
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My mag I had it set to almost 1100psi to make the marker rip.
I had a brand new x-valve do that to me. Then one day, about a case or two later, it took off. I've had to throttle back the air and paint ever since. Something between the reg pin and the level 10 finally settled in.
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Old 12-14-2013, 01:12 AM   #24 (permalink)
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If you can't get yours to howl, check the nut behind the trigger. It may be maladjusted.



What nut behind the trigger . I have a intelli frame with a blade trigger.
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Lol. Joke. I.e. look in the mirror. It takes a little practice to hit the rt sweetspot, especially on a new setup and while playing.
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^^^^^^

This.

The nut behind the trigger pulls the trigger, aims, reloads, calls for paint checks, etc.

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