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My BT-4...What can I do to it?

#1 User is offline   djmehs 

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Posted 13 October 2007 - 07:57 PM

BT doesn't exactly make TON of upgrades and parts for their guns. I assume they expect you to use the upgrades from the other Tippmanns that are available (A5 and 98 Custom upgrades) Thing is, while I know I can use many of the upgrades for the other Tippmanns on it, I'm not sure what ones it will accept exactly (Things like what stocks...98C Stocks? A5 Stocks? Both?) and I really didn't want to buy something that isn't gonna be compatible. So, what I came to ask is: What parts for other Tippmans fit it?
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Posted 13 October 2007 - 08:12 PM

All 98 Custom stocks fit BT markers. All A5 barrels fit BT markers including the Flatline. The A5 Response Trigger kit fits BT markers. BT makes a very nice E-grip for thier markers. BT makes a new electric sound activated loader called the Rip-Clip that only fits BT markers and it accepts all cyclone hoppers. With a little custom modding the cyclone will work on BT markers. BT markers have weaver/picatinny rails on top and bottom of the marker body so any accessories that will mount on weaver/picatinny rails will mount on a BT. Check out BTs Web-Site for all of thier accessories and upgrades. The internals of the BT-4 are exactly the same as the internals of the 98C so any internal upgrades for the 98C will work in BT markers. The only difference is a small hole in the right side of the power tube and valve that is there for a small locator nubb on the inside of the right side reciever half on the BT. So to use an aftermarket power tube or valve for a 98C you just grind that small nubb off the inside of the right reciever of the BT. I did this to my BT, took almost a whole minute. For more info go to BT-WARRIOR and check out the forums.

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Posted 13 October 2007 - 08:21 PM

Thanks man! It helped a lot. Pretty much every question I had about it was answered haha.
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Posted 13 October 2007 - 08:23 PM

You're welcome.
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