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|07-30-2010, 10:43 AM||#1 (permalink)|
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Heading out to grad school in about a month and I really cant afford to play much semi and prolly should get rid of my electro. Im considering getting a ccm w/ an AT so I can hold my own vs semi's when needed but still play pump which I like more anyway . Ive seen a few SS-25's around that I am considering and I had a few ?'s:
-Whats the main performance differences between the ss-25 and other ccm models like the t2, s6 etc? Im trying to save some cash but Im not going to buy something if there is a much better model out there.
-what does it take to correctly time an AT?
-I noticed quite a few people dump the CCM stock reg in favor of a CP or something, any particular reason?
-I also noticed the use of Spyder-style tabbed feednecks, though the tabbed base appears to be threaded to accept different feednecks, What type of threads are used?
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|07-30-2010, 10:51 AM||#2 (permalink)|
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I believe the SS-25 i designed around a spyder valve and not your usual cocker valves.
To time an AT, it takes some finetuning, but nothing major.
People tend to dump the stock reg for a CP because of where the fitting sits. The fitting sometimes doesn't allow you to remove the reg unless you have the gripframe off. That and some people don't like how the fitting digs into their palms.
there are no threads to the feedneck. Just the tabs that are secured with the screws.
Any other questions could be answered by searching, or checking out the manual.
|07-30-2010, 10:57 AM||#3 (permalink)|
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|07-30-2010, 10:58 AM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Santa Clarita, SoCal
All CCM's perform superior to other pumps.
You cant go wrong with most any model they make.
Honestly, I rarely used my A/T. Maybe trying to lane in the opening breakout moments but not after. If your looking to save money go with a cheaper model that this isn't installed on.
The SS25 offers an option only found on the T2. That is being able to switch out to a stock class/cram n jam feed.
Once you own a CCM though, no other pump will do.
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|07-30-2010, 12:44 PM||#6 (permalink)|
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To time the AT you usually only have to adjust the depth of the lug, which can be done with a 1/8" allen key. CCM regulators are perfectly fine as far as performance goes. I'd go as far as to say I'd rather use a CCM than a CP reg.
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|07-30-2010, 12:52 PM||#7 (permalink)|
The AT shouldn't need any timing, any of the ones I have/had just worked fine as is.
Thr SS25 will perform just like any other CCM. Only diffrence I notice is weight, but nothing bad. I have an S5, 2 SS25's, an S6, a T2 (a 6.5 in the mail) they all shoot exactly the same I would say, I probably shoot the S6 the best but that's because we are soul mates and I just aim w/ my mind.
Main reason people switch the regs is to have the air line out the bottom. CCM regs perform very well, I would also rather have a CCM over a CP. W/ good paint, my CCM guns all shoot +-2fps most all the time.
|07-30-2010, 06:24 PM||#8 (permalink)|
I have an SS25, and love it. It does have a spyder style valve, but it is fine. The feedneck it has can be swapped with the new ones ccm has for the t2 which i think is angel threads above the spyder tabs. timing is easy, but you should not have to do it once its been done. ccms regs are very nice and shouldnt have to swap them unless you prefer different.
SS25s can run you from $300-$400 and is well worth it. Youll save that in paint quickly.
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