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Old 06-03-2011, 06:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Autococker help

Hey guys, just installed the pneumatics on my Prostock. it's having a few leaks, can anyone help me? here's a video. YouTube - ‪Autococker help‬‏

If anyone can Embed, that would be awesome. thanks in advance for your help!
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Old 06-03-2011, 07:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Your hoses might be backwards, and your LPR is probably way too high. As for the leak coming from between the body, replace the O-ring around the Banjo Bolt.

But in the long run, just buy a CCM pump kit. You'll be much happier.
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I just converted this to a cocker from a pump. I'm fine with my check-it pump kit for now but I have REALLY wanted an autococker for a while now, and now I have one. so I won't be going back. Looks like I will be needing quite a few Orings. It still cocks back. How do I change the LPR down? I've never actually had a marker with an LPR.. heh..
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This is a great place to learn about cockers:

Autococker Infosheet: Welcome!

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I just converted this to a cocker from a pump. I'm fine with my check-it pump kit for now but I have REALLY wanted an autococker for a while now, and now I have one. so I won't be going back. Looks like I will be needing quite a few Orings. It still cocks back. How do I change the LPR down? I've never actually had a marker with an LPR.. heh..
To change the LPR turn it counter-clockwise to decrease the pressure. You should take it to a proshop near you. Get your local gun tech to make it shoot real nice. Any decent gun tech should be able to time a Cocker...
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Blackrain, thanks for the link.

chubs, I will be going there soon (I hope) I will take it in and get it checked out.
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To change the LPR turn it counter-clockwise to decrease the pressure. You should take it to a proshop near you. Get your local gun tech to make it shoot real nice. Any decent gun tech should be able to time a Cocker...
Sadly, most gun techs around here think the only autococker is the autococker SR
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^hahaha that's pretty sad. I'm probaly a better tech then some "techs" I've heard about...
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Yes, yes it is. ha

Anyway, try to lower the LPR. What I've always done is hold the trigger so the back block moves back and push on the back block until it gives a little, but has some resistance. If the back block is rock hard, your LPR is too high. If it's too soft, it's a bit low.

That usually worked pretty well for me.
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