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08-06-2006, 03:02 PM
Just wanted to see what you guys (ang gals) use for your LP Pilots. I am looking to start to get the parts (as money permits) and put one together. At the time I am running CO2 but I hope to change over to HPA before I get all the parts I need for LP. Just post your setup for both.

08-06-2006, 03:29 PM
this was posted before, as well as a lot of times ...


Anyway ... here
Marker: Spyder TL-X
Barrel: 14" Dye UL
Feedneck: Trinity Clamping Feedneck
Hopper: Zeggy
V/A: 15* High-Flow Assault Block (dremeled out some) and 600psi 32* gauge
Regulator: Bob Long Torpedo
Drop Forward/ASA: North West (NW) Drop forward with on/off and DYE 1,500psi gauge
Trigger Frame: IPI 2.0 with Modded Trigger, and 50g switch
Internals: Otterized bolt and striker (polished and venturi removed), Ndz HP Valve
Operating Pressure: 225psi@~280fps

08-06-2006, 07:25 PM
yep Bob, it's been done a lot; but I can't resist again-lol!

J&J S2 ceramic Barrel
Empire Re-loader 2
Crossfire 68/4500 N2 tank
Trinity locking feedneck
Polished internals
32* spring kit & Trinity spring kit (32* light valve,Trinity hard main)
Dark Horizon titanium hammer
Bandit Bolts delrin LP bolt w/o-rings
Bandit Bolts hi-flo valve
ND valve pin
Alamo Paintball hi-flo valve cup seal
Empire regulator
Dye pressure gauge
Check-it 15* Assault Block vertical adapter
Shocktech mini drop forward
CP ASA/on-off
Shocktech metric to NPT adapter
Kila magnetic ball detents
Sundragon Paintball 50 gram spli-switch
Sundragon Paintball magno-trigger
Dye sticky 3 grips

ross * pilot
08-07-2006, 11:57 AM
jeez sandman, whats your psi at?

08-07-2006, 03:41 PM
I can crank it down below 200 psi (hard to read on the gauge too) but it doesn't perform well. I get the best gas economy/velocity/re-cocking performance at 300-325 psi. I have let a lot of people who own higher end markers (protos, dms, shockers, intimidators, etc.) try my gun and I get shocked responses; mostly like, "holy **** that thing rips" or "I can't beleive that's a Spyder". I'll always have a soft spot for this marker, I put a lot of time (and money) in it. :)

08-08-2006, 03:40 AM
Wasn't wanting to know what was required, I wanted to get an idea what people used and if they had good results. I know what I need just wanted to get ideas as to what brands to look at.

08-08-2006, 04:27 AM
About how many shots are you getting from your setup? Is your setup getting substantialy more shots than the chart posted in the forums, or is it still about the same.