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|04-06-2010, 10:47 PM||#1 (permalink)|
CCM lower internals question
Hey, So I picked up some ccm internals, and had spoon and o-face install them for me because I cannot do so myself. Anyways, it seems like the valve spring is to heavy and long. When I shoot it, it's farting a bit and at the same time, it seems like alot of air is coming out of it. The reg is set to 300psi, and it's shooting at 280fps. Now, the valve spring is seems heavy, that the hammer is resting back open the valve stem. So the valve stem isn't really even going into the valve much. On my s6...It was opposite of that. The hammer was pushing the valve stem all the way into the valve. Has anyone had a "situation" like this? I'm not saying it's a problem. I just don't know if the valve spring is to heavy or what to do.
|04-07-2010, 09:07 AM||#2 (permalink)|
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What marker did you throw it in??
I have 2 markers that I have thrown lower tube kits into. The one that I ran into problems getting the lower tube kit to "work" was my PB SuperBolt. I ran inot something along the same lines as you are talking about. When I pulled out the valve spring and let it sit next to the stock one I did notice that the stock one is a little shorter
Personally I would phone CCM and talk to Rod. He is great at giving you some pointers in getting the marker running at 100%. I have had to do it a few times myself
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|04-07-2010, 01:44 PM||#3 (permalink)|
You can always call us directly too.
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