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pbgeek09
12-03-2006, 11:31 AM
How to you put a QEV on a Spyder?:confused:

bigred76
12-03-2006, 11:32 AM
You can't... QEV's are for electro-pnuematics and rams only.

claustrophobia9
12-03-2006, 11:47 AM
this thread hurts my head sooo bad.. i really want to know, but i know i'll regret this.... why do you want to put a qev on a syder?

pbgeek09
12-03-2006, 11:53 AM
this thread hurts my head sooo bad.. i really want to know, but i know i'll regret this.... why do you want to put a qev on a syder?
I'm curious and it would be funny in some kind of strange demented way;)

pbgeek09
12-03-2006, 11:54 AM
You can't... QEV's are for electro-pnuematics and rams only.
Then how come you can put a QEV on a A-5 which is a in line blow back ;)

claustrophobia9
12-03-2006, 12:00 PM
Then how come you can put a QEV on a A-5 which is a in line blow back ;)
im pretty sure thats to exaust either reaction trigger (which is pnumatic) or cyclone feed (also pnumatic) gas buildup to make either go faster

bigred76
12-03-2006, 12:42 PM
:yeahthat: The Cyclone feed is driven by a type of ram, as I recall. ;) Any time there would be an "air cushion" forming is mostly when they are used, namely in a ram, when the air is still there from the last cycle and the other part has to work harder to exhaust that excess air.

leed
12-03-2006, 01:06 PM
:yeahthat: The Cyclone feed is driven by a type of ram, as I recall. ;) Any time there would be an "air cushion" forming is mostly when they are used, namely in a ram, when the air is still there from the last cycle and the other part has to work harder to exhaust that excess air.

Just as well, the only time you'd use a QEV is when the distance between the solenoid and the ram is relatively far. Otherwise, it'd exhaust through the exhaust ports of the solenoid if the ram is pretty much connected to the solenoid. Like, an Alien gun.

bigred76
12-03-2006, 01:33 PM
Or a Shocker. ;)