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Tippmann FAQ ALL TIPPMANN INFORMATION IS HERE! Rate Topic: ***** 2 Votes

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Posted 13 October 2005 - 06:54 PM

What follows is a lot of information about tippmanns. Please read through the links and stuff, and click on a few, and read it. A lot of questions are able to be answered from the information that follows, so please read the stuff here before you post a question, like "how does an A-5 work?".


This'll be updated from time to time... when I get really bored, or when the need arises.

*A LOT of these links bring you to ".pdf" files, which require adobe acrobat to view. you can get adobe acrobat through download.com.*


General Tippmann Links
Tippmann.com
Tippmann Parts.com
Tippmann Troubleshooting
Tippmann Forum on Pbreview.com
Tippmann Forum on Pbnation.com
Tippmann Forum on PBOG
2005 Tippmann Catalog
2005 Tippmann Accessories Catalog
Phoenix Wolf's "Upgrade Compatability" Thread
Response Trigger Information
How-To: Polish your internals (A-5 & 98)
WAS Board Instructions (Stock Tippmann Edition - NOT Equalizer)
WAS Quick Reference
Pro-Lite Schematic
Tippmann Parts Lists for A5, 98 Custom , Model 98, and Pro Carbine (Internal links are dead)

Tippmann's phone number: (260) 749-6022


Tippmann X-7

Weight: 4.11 lbs
Length: 19.2‚ššš� / 48.8 cm standard barrel, not including tank
Efficiency: around 400 shots on a 9oz, depending on weather (it‚ššš‚ššžs a gas hog, expect less)
Cycle rate: 20 BPS suggested
Action: semi-auto open bolt blowback with side cocking
Feed: enhanced cyclone feed

X-7 manual
X-7 Upgrades Brochure
X7 Operators Forum


Tippmann A-5

Weight: around 3.5 pounds
Length: around 24 inches with a new barrel, not including tank
Efficiency: around 400 shots on a 9oz, depending on weather (it‚ššš‚ššžs a gas hog, expect less)
Cycle rate: 15 balls a second (only expect 5-6 with single trigger and no mods) *With lots of mods, you can get highter than 15bps*
Action: semi-auto open bolt blowback with side cocking
Feed: cyclone feed
http://www.A5OG.net
A-5 Manual
A-5 Parts Diagram
A-5 Animation
Cyclone Animation
A-5 E-Grip Manual

A-5 Response Trigger Manual
A-5 Flatline Manual
A-5 FAQ/Info (couresty of PBR)
A5 Air Efficiency and Velocity Consistency Tests
A-5 Flatline Information
How- To: Flatline Barrel
WAS Equalizer Board
Rampage Pro Trigger Pg 1
Rampage Pro Trigger Pg 2
Rampage Board Pg 1
Rampage Board Pg 2
JCS Duel Trigger
QEV Install
How-To: Ratchet Replacement **Ratchet Replacement Video
A-5 Power Tube and Valve Info
X7 -> A5 Modifications
Tippmann A-5 Flatline Barrel System FAQ
Custom Plates for the A-5



Tippmann 98 and 98 Custom

Weight: around ~3 pounds
Length: around 23 inches with a 14inch barrel, not including tank
Efficiency: around 400 shots on a 9oz, depending on weather (it‚ššš‚ššžs a gas hog, expect less)
Cycle rate: 11 balls a second (only expect 4-5 with single trigger and no mods)
Action: semi-auto open bolt blowback with side cocking

98 Custom Manual
Model 98 Manual
98 Custom Parts Diagram
Model 98 Parts Diagram
98 Response Trigger Manual
98 Custom Screw-Location Pictures (courtesy of PBN)
Model 98 Forums
Model98.com's review of the 98
More 98c Info (courtesy of PBN)
Tippmann 98C Info. (courtesy of Lit)
BSI E-bolt Manual W/ Anti-Chop Bolt Intructions
Tippmann E-Bolt Manual
Low Pressure Kit Manual
98 Flatline Manual
Model 98 FX Supplement
How-To: M98/98C Disassembley/Cleaning

Custom Pro and Late Model 98 Customs
Combo manual (Includes Basic, Response Trigger, and E-Trigger)
Basic Schematic
E-Trigger Schematic
Respaonse Trigger Schematic
Rampage Trigger Pg 1
Rampage Trigger Pg 2
Posted Image
Custom Pro ACT Diagram



Tippmann Pro/Carbine
The Tippmann Pro Carbine is the combination of the Tippmann .68 Carbine and that of the Pro-Lite.

Pro/Carbine Manual
Pro/Carbine Parts Diagram
Pro-Carbine Animation
Pro/Carbine Info Page
Pro/Carbine Owners' Group
Pro/Carbine History/Info (courtesy of PBN)




Tipppmann C-3
The first marker to use Propane as a propellant source
Weight: around 3.75 pounds
Length: around 17.6 inches, not including tank
Efficiency: around 50000 shots on a 16oz (propane tank)
Cycle rate: 2-6 bps, depending on how fast you can pump
Action: Slide Action Pump

C-3 Manual
C-3 Animation (courtesy of Meph.)
C-3 Diagram
Our C-3 Discussion Thread


SL-68II
SL 68 II Manual
SL 68 II Diagram

TIPPMANN F/A
Action : Semi or Full auto (Open Blow-Back)
CO2 Capacity : 400+ on a 9oz
Cycle Rate : Adjustable
Length : 32" overall with standard 10.5" barrel
Weight : 4 lbs.
Tippmann F/A Manual
Pro Am FAQ By Steve Mitchell

SMG - 60
68 Special Manual
SMG - 60 Manual
SMG Spring and Bolt Tech
SMG O-Ring Tech
Schematic
APG Test and Evaluation Article (Good Pics of breaking down the marker)
PG1
PG2
PG3
PG4

Prolite:
Pro Lite Animation
Prolite Schematic


68 Carbine:
68 Carbine Schematic

Pro Am:
Pro Am Schematic

68 Special:
68 Special Schematic

Triumph:
Manual

*Special thanks to tippmann, tippmannparts.com, ultratwistedpaintball.com, pbreview.com, pbnation.com, tippmannpros.com, A5OG, model98.com, PCOG, and many more websites and people who made those websites, pages, posts, and information possible.


Full Update 04/12/07 By Maj Tom

Thread is left open to report dead links or links to additional materials

This post has been edited by Maj Tom: 19 May 2009 - 01:24 PM
Reason for edit: Dead link Fixed 5-19

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Posted 01 December 2009 - 08:10 AM

Cant download Factory F/A Manual...dead link :)
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Posted 01 December 2009 - 08:13 AM

Works for me. If you have a pop-up blocker you may need to disable it. The link opens directly to a save/download window. Or right click and save link/as.
If download source can be found here.
http://forum.paintballlibrary.com/viewtopi...f=207&t=394

This post has been edited by Maj Tom: 01 December 2009 - 08:14 AM

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