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07 October 2009 - 05:52 AMMaybe some of the more experienced Cocker-tinkerers can offer some input.
Picked up a trilogy sport for dirt cheap at a sports store and bought a pump kit to convert to stock. Pre-installation, marker was reasonably consistent with the stock gas through grip and CO2. After putting the pump on, marker wont chrono above 240 and experiences drops worse than that. That's right, velocity drops with a pump.
Switching to my 68/4500 hpa system w/ high pressure reg, I get the chrono values that I need, but still have random velocity drops, with HPA. Have added a Black Magic reg with no avail.
The only thing I can guess from here is a valve, but I fear spending more than it's worth.
did you switch the springs out? the sport comes springed for high pressure, so if you put a black magic reg on there you need to put low pressure springs. they are on ebay and some websites for 10 dollars or so.
if it worked fine before you put the pump kit on, then you may have not installed something correctly.
04 October 2009 - 07:57 PMGreat communication, very quick to ship items, items in perfect condition. Would definately buy from again. Thanks!
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29 July 2009 - 09:29 AMI have been thinking about this same mod. As long as you don't have the SF version with eyes, there shouldn't be a problem as long as the paintballs are still being loaded as fast as a vertical feed. I assume the Qloader is capbable of that, although I have never used one so I can't say for sure.
I've been looking for someone that q-bowed their trilly or did something like you describe above.
My idea is to buy an cheap trilly, cut off the feedneck and use the hole for a breach. Then mount a handle to the bolt and use it as a bolt-action gun using the first strike rounds.
I have been considering lopping off the vert feed neck on my tac trilly and milling a feed hole in the side for my Qloader Hose. I would have it fashioned in a way that if something were to go wrong with my Q that I could pop off the side feed shroud and insert a 90* feed neck and hopper. I work for a company that machines tools for Boeing so I have no concerns about the precision of the work that can be done... My question to you guys is about the nature of side feeds.. Have any of you guys experienced or would have concerns about how well the balls will feed or if there would be a problem with jamming or chopping balls.
Thanks in advance!
23 July 2009 - 06:19 PMGreat seller, fast shipping, item as described. Would buy from again. Thanks!
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