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kingswin82
04-18-2008, 08:22 PM
Hey Guys,

How do I activate my response trigger on my Pilot?

Thanks

DFSniper
04-18-2008, 08:32 PM
it doesnt have a response trigger...

TheDarkShadow
04-18-2008, 08:33 PM
your e-frame? charge battery, turn the switch on, press button in back to change modes

kingswin82
04-20-2008, 06:54 PM
In all the descriptions of the gun it says "Reactive Response Trigger".

TheDarkShadow
04-20-2008, 07:14 PM
where are you reading these descriptions?

XSiv Force
04-20-2008, 07:44 PM
Response triggers are Tippmanns frame spyder doesnt have that

chl2onic
10-03-2009, 01:06 PM
I think the reactive response just means it reacts to you walking the trigger.. As in even if you are only walking it at 10bps, it will see this ramp in speed and just shoot at it's cap... don't quote me, but I think thats what it means.

ferret15
10-03-2009, 03:06 PM
i think Kingmans lingo means

When you pull the trigger you hit a micro switch. The board then recieves this input and then actuates a solenoid that trips a sear.

XSiv Force
10-03-2009, 04:47 PM
dead thread revived...........zombie thread...................

oldironmudder
10-03-2009, 08:52 PM
dead thread revived...........zombie thread...................

Very true.. 4/20/08!!

Anyway since im kinda bored:

Reactive Trigger Response
As you have read in ads & the manual that the kingman E-frames have this mode but after fiddling with it for a while you realize that its not on there. Dont get your pants in a wad, you can have it but only for a little bit of work.

First a bit of history, RTR is when a electric paintball marker cycles on the pull & release of the trigger. It is a poor mans turbo mode really.


WARNING: I suggest that you read all directions before you do this mod. I will not be held responsible if you mess up your trigger frame, hurt yourself or the family pet. All I did was provide the information to do this mod.

Materials

~1 SPST switch

~1 10" or more piece of wire, 20gauge works fine

~Solder if you want to keep it a long time, other wise some electric tape

~Few inchs of heat shrink to cover the soldered connections

Step 1:Take the grip frame off the body. Remove the grip panels & disconnect the battery. Look around inside to understand how the parts go. Find the trigger switch now.

Step 2:After you have found the trigger switch look on the rear of it & you will see 3 leads, 2 have wires & the other is bare. What you are trying to do is connect the bare lead with the middle lead with a switch os a on-off.

If you can tap out the pins holding the trigger & switch.Just leaving the switch in will make this harder because of the cramped space inside the frame.

Step 3:Take your wire & strip between .25" - .5" of insulation off. Connect one wire end to the middle lead & the second wire to the bare end. If you are soldering the connection this is the time to do so. If not, cover bare wire with some electric tape.

Step 4:Time to find a mounting spot for the switch. When I did this mod, this was the hardest step. You can drill a hole into the grip panels, mill out part of the frames by the body to help hide the switch. Just find a spot you like & wont be hit & come on by it self.

The second time I did this I used a small SPDT slider switch, like stock on-off, & mounted it in the window ofthe panel. It was short enough so it wouldnt hit the dip switchs or any other parts of the board.

Step 5:Put a battery into the frame & turn the frame on. If you hear the noid click the mod is working. If not & you installed a switch flip the switch & the noid should go off. Now go out & play with it a while.