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28 November 2010 - 05:39 PMA faster recharging, more consistant tank will give you a more consistant trigger feel and therefore reduce chuffing.
27 November 2010 - 01:08 PMYou've watched the Tom Kaye automag troubleshooting videos on Youtube, correct? They'll point you in the right direction.
That said, set the ULT conservatively so it's working. Not right at the edge / one more shim and it goes runaway. Then look at the problem. The ULT tends to add complexity to the troubleshooting process.
25 November 2010 - 03:17 PMSee the small oring on the top around the pin? That's the one you replace. It nestles into the larger 3/8" OD one in the on/off cavity (unless you have an unmodified ReTro valve, in which case it's solo).
25 November 2010 - 02:58 PMhttp://store.airgund...5&categoryID=24
Essentially provides a seal at the top and bottom of the ring, instead of the middle. It seals better with less pressure (= smoother operation), holds lubricant better, and effectively shortens your pin a little. They used them in the emag on/off to reduce reactivity and get a better pull.
25 November 2010 - 02:40 PM'prolly not. If you're worried about it, order some from macrolineguy.com or ninja. They carry stuff that will work at that pressure.
By the way, you may find you need a quad oring in the on/off just to keep it from going multiple shots/trigger pull at 1200. My Ninja is a standard reg Ray turned up as far as he felt reasonable. I haven't measured it, but I'd be surprised if it's 1100 tops. It made me switch out my .720 pin for a standard .750 with a quad oring. It's still bloody fast, but at least it's manageable.
This is why I recommend Ninja so highly.