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Zlayer VII
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22 years old
Birthday:
August 8, 1992
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Port Washington, WI

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  1. Horizontal Co2 tank

    09 May 2009 - 03:49 PM

    So I have a 20 oz on my back with a remote, and it never occurred to me until recently that my remote might be pulling liquid right into the valve like a straw. I have used it like this a few times now, and it has worked alright, with occasional spikes in velocity, or a huge plume every once in a while. Is this okay, and are there any easy remedies if not?
  2. Successful removal of Cycone feed tubing

    25 April 2009 - 06:41 PM

    Okay, so I lost the screw and collar that connect the cyclone feed to my 98, and I have to salvage the tubing that I already have to go onto the new fitting. Anyone know of a good way to get the tubing off of the original piece?
  3. Reverse ASA

    01 September 2008 - 10:48 AM

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    I didn't like the idea of having on-gun air AND having a stock, but I didn't want to go remote. I was browsing through some A5 mods and I came accross the Dagger MKII, with the funky reverse air tank. Wow. That would be cool. A reverse ASA. "reverse ASA" on Google. Nothing related to paintball. Hmm. Now at the conclusion that the reverse ASA is confined to the Special Ops Custom markers, I decided to try to make one myself.

    I began to conjur up some ideas. After a while, it came to me. I took my Dead On Pro-Style drop forward that I never really wanted to use, and Disassembled it. What is nice about this particular drop forward is that it can be used as a normal ASA as well as a dropforward if it is taken apart. Tried putting it on backwards. Didn't fit. Even if it did, the front grip would get in the way of the tank.

    The garage seemed like a fine place to discover some sort of spacer. I looked for aluminum, plywood, plastic, anything that could act as a spacer to get the ASA further from the rear grip. Finally I found a piece of plywood that was about a half-inch thick. I cut the plywood to match the part of the asa that would be screwed into the gun. Drilled matching holes through the wood, spraypainted it flat black to match the rest of the gun, and screwed it on. The port that the airhose would normally go into is on the side of this particular ASA, so I would need a 90 degree elbow.

    I ordered a macroline kit that included a staight end, a 90 degree swivel end, and some macroline. I screwed the 90 degree side into the reverse ASA so that the loctite could seal the threads, and inserted the macroline, giving it a tug to ensure the seal. I needed to disassemble the marker(In my case a 98 Custom, but this can be done to a variety of guns in the same way) so that I could get to the valve inside. once both sides were securely sealed, I gassed up the gun. A small hiss. The ASA that I had was leaking on the side that didn't have the 90 degree elbow, where a small screw was not properly sealed. A few wraps of teflon tape fixed that. Ok. Gas up the gun. Success. The gun shoots. Now I have no need to worry about that tank getting in the way, and the weight is more centered than before. I configured my reverse ASA to be compatible with 9 ounce Co2, but A bigger spacer and more macroline would accomodate a bigger tank to fit your particular needs. Here are some pictures of my finished CQB 98 custom with reverse asa.

    Zlayer :alien:

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    Mobles 

    24 Aug 2007 - 16:47
    welcome to the forum man
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