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Old 11-08-2010, 11:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello fellow pump players,

Sadly enough I have to use co2 on this beautiful marker until I attend to the major scenario event and no one fills compress air around me. OK so my questions is how do i fine tune my t2 close to 265-300 FPS? I know co2 shoots up and down but my chronograph is reading from 267, 120, 207, 198, 245, 123. So it at least shouldn't be that bad right? Please let me know if you have any ideas and yes I choose the perfect fitting fin size so it fits snug with the paintball.

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Old 11-09-2010, 04:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Are you the same Dan that called yesterday?? If so, are you still having issues? If so... give Rod a call back. We’ll be here until 3:30pm pst.
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With those large variances in your chrony reading it sounds to me like roll outs.
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Are you the same Dan that called yesterday?? If so, are you still having issues? If so... give Rod a call back. We’ll be here until 3:30pm pst.
Yes is it and I will give a call tomorrow i hope as long as i have time : /
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i'd love to hear the solution....

i've had to do it a few times on my t2 and had similar results
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Old 11-10-2010, 12:07 PM   #6 (permalink)
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OK I got some good news. I fixed the FPS, I already have done this step before I called Rob but it didn't work but it worked when i changed it a smug while i was talking to Rod... Where your regulator is, you will see where your 3/16 allen key will fit. Turn it counterclockwise until you get the FPS you want. Doing this will allow the reg to full up with more pressure. My screw is almost just a bit above the inner ring of the reg where you see how on the inner side it starts to fold in. I'm a smig above where it starts to fold in. I'm sure i can go out a tad more but i want to play this weekend and not testing my luck..... But take at least 15-25 shots so you know what FPS its actually at. BUT don't forget, you might need to turn it clockwise if you use compress air again because of the differences from co2. Since I know how to fix this let me know if you want me to be more detailed or show a picture. I have mine at 250-285 so I'm happy
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Also i have to thank Rod for taking his time and effort into helping me out with this ordeal i was having A++
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