Re: Pilot ROF ????
Before I got the t-board I had all kinds of problems with trigger bounce on my pilot. Try adjusting the set-screw on the trigger that contacts the micro-switch to the point that under light pressure it will not activate the micro-switch, apply slightly more pressure and see if the switch activates. This helps reduce if not stop bounce issues but also makes walking the trigger more difficult due to having to use more pressure to activate the switch. Tuning the trigger can be a real pain in the arse, it takes a lot of experimenting, the best thing you can do is get an aftermarket board (t-board rocks) that gives you the ability to adjust the "debounce" setting, this allows you to electronically tune your marker. It is well worth the money.