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ricochet08
05-09-2006, 02:18 PM
well, i got a 32* spring kit, in hopes that i could get my gun working correctly.

some combo's i've tried:

stock valve and stock valve pin = flawless operation.
stock valve and NDZ valve pin = flawless operation.
NDZ valve and NDZ valve pin = maching gunning or rapid firing, no velocity at all!!! the ball just rolls out of the barrel :(

some stuff i've tried:

polishing the sear = stopped the rapid firing only a little bit. i get maybe 5 good shots off until it starts again.

i thought having a stronger valve spring would help but still the same results occured.

any suggestions?
different spring combo?

additional info:
im using the weakest main spring in the kit. (think i should use a stronger one?) Only using the weakest spring to see how low i could get my psi. i have intentions to raise it :)

thx guys :D

claustrophobia9
05-09-2006, 02:24 PM
you may be getting so much more air that the hammer isnt activating it well enough, lower pressure and increase spring.

thechubbss12
05-09-2006, 02:29 PM
Well try a med valve and a Light main.... works perfect for my gun.....

Umm heavy valve, med spring is good for reballs.... at 220 FPS.

ricochet08
05-09-2006, 04:04 PM
Well try a med valve and a Light main.... works perfect for my gun.....

Umm heavy valve, med spring is good for reballs.... at 220 FPS.

thx chubbs :D
talked to u on yahoo and got it fixed :)
shoots fine with reballs. now i need to get to a chronograph.

the problem was the bad o-ring on the valve.

thx again :)

Spinal
05-09-2006, 06:58 PM
i have the ndz valve, i use the stock valve spring and take the velocity knob adjuster completley out (using the stock main spring) and im at 255fps.

Nader
05-09-2006, 07:47 PM
Lol, this is what I said in response to the first time you posted about having problems with the Valve.

could be the o-ring? or did you say you checked that?
I'm guessing either the spring isn't pushing hard enough on the cupseal, so try a harder spring or a higher pressure, if it turns out to not be the o-ring, that is.

:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D

ricochet08
05-10-2006, 06:35 AM
hmmm...sry Nader :)
didn't know if u were referring to the valve's o-ring or the VA :P

Nader
05-10-2006, 11:02 AM
Lol, don't apologize, I'm glad you got it working though. :thumbup: