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Old 05-04-2018, 12:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I broke my Brass piece...

...in my TiPX. So for anyone who runs or repairs TiPX has anyone come across a cracked remote line air fitting body before - part TA20071 in the diagram ?
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When I started doing shells for my revolvers the apparent thing i noticed was the hole size in the cartridge controlled the velocity of my paint.
TL;DR hole size controls how fast balls get spent
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Unless you get really lucky, you might need to change to the new style reg. At best, you can hope for someone to sell a whole remote line kit but Iíve never seen anyone sell just the fitting.

If you upgrade to the new reg, it now has a port on the body that the fill nipple extension screws directly into, instead of the banjo fitting.
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Unless you get really lucky, you might need to change to the new style reg. At best, you can hope for someone to sell a whole remote line kit but I’ve never seen anyone sell just the fitting.

If you upgrade to the new reg, it now has a port on the body that the fill nipple extension screws directly into, instead of the banjo fitting.
what really sucks is the marker was perfectly fine disassembled it to take some measurements to see if it would be worth removing the co2 puncture assembly & air line - there is actually quite a bit of room that is basically wasted space if you want to run strictly remote. When I reassembled it Mr. (Agent) Smith says it was probably crossthreaded I believe it was my overzealous overtightening but either way it broke the fitting - with no cash to replace it right now pretty well screwed - but I do have a now useless reg body, a large number of random air fittings and a set of taps so...
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Old 05-04-2018, 09:27 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Edit: I may have been hasty. Is the whole valve buggered? I'd thought that that brass piece slip fit into the valve with an oring...
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Edit: I may have been hasty. Is the whole valve buggered? I'd thought that that brass piece slip fit into the valve with an oring...
Yes that is the part if I were to just replace the broken piece - this is what they sell now instead of all those individual pieces ...#42.1 Integrated Regulator Body [TCR] TA20093 - also realized that I need another set of o-rings and a few other things - just need to save up some cash and grab it all when possible
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I know I'm late to the conversation, but the spring that resets the trigger is in the puncture assembly. If your going to ditch the puncture assembly keep in mind you'll have to fit a spring in there somewhere to replace it.
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