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Old 04-28-2007, 03:59 PM
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Default Re: Pulse review

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Nope, the blow back is because of the 650+psi operating pressure and non-sealed bolt design of all spyders. Using a pulse could "possibly" make it worse. Because the pulse keeps positive pressure on the ball stack, combine w/the blowback may end up "detonating" balls in the raceway because of the back pressure, unlikely but possible. Only way to get rid of blowback is to lower your operating pressure and get a bolt w/ orings to help seal up the "firing" chamber. Sorry man no quick, one stop fix here.
the feedneck blowback wont cause a ball to break, it just barely shifts the balls upwards, but it's enough to mess with low pressureized ball stacks. Pulse would definately help.
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Old 04-28-2007, 04:34 PM
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Honestly Help I hope your right because if I paid ~$140 for a loader just to have it make things worse I'd be pissed. Sorry man I guess I didn't make my post clear...the pulse is a great loader, in fact I'm planning on getting a 2nd one as my backup.
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