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Mini on remote/ regulator break-in

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 01:23 PM

I have just moved up from a b5 bullpup modded A5 and a qloaded ion to a Mini with a pinnokio hopper. Can a Mini run on a coiled remote or do I need a braided remote. (I know "just put the tank on the gun like it is supposed to be"). I have a 88ci 4500 psi tank and it is a monster. Way to heavy to tote on the gun and after dropping $400 on the gun and hopper I don't have another $130 to buy a second smaller tank. My brother-in-law tried to run his on a coiled remote and had issues. I'm not sure if this was a bad remote or an quirk of the mini. Also I read the instruction manual and it didn't say anything about breaking in the mini but a guy at my local field that runs a mini said that in needed about a tank of shooting to break in the regulator. Any info help would be appreciated.
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Posted 11 March 2010 - 01:31 PM

It would work fine. You can use a remote on any marker.
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Posted 11 March 2010 - 01:57 PM

I cant think of any reason why a remote would cause problems with a Mini unless there was something wrong with the remote itself...
As to the "break-in" period for the regulator, Ive heard the same thing but when I got my new Mini it didnt seem to be an issue...the marker shot great right out of the box & didnt even need to have the velocity adjusted. This might be something that varies slightly with individual markers.
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Posted 11 March 2010 - 02:09 PM

Thanks for the info. The response time on this forum is awesome. I have had this posted on some other forums for a while will little to no response. Thanks guys.
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