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Old 09-02-2009, 04:43 PM
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Question What would you recommend for a combustion chamber on an 05 extra

Some idiot at the local paintball shop stripped the threads on my stock chamber so im just going to upgrade it. What else would you recommend for upgrades?
Would you recommend a rocking trigger or something else?
I have 14" CP 2 piece barrel and an electric hopper.
I also play woods ball more than speed ball
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Old 09-02-2009, 05:08 PM
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Default Re: What would you recommend for a combustion chamber on an 05 extra

just the hose input threads?

ACI, 32*, etc. all expansion chambers are the same.
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Old 09-02-2009, 08:21 PM
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Default Re: What would you recommend for a combustion chamber on an 05 extra

I wouldn't get an expansion chamber at all. Since you have to replace it, go with a regulator. CP, Bob Long, Palmers and AKA all make great regulators. Do you use compressed air or co2? If you use co2 get the Palmers.
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Default Re: What would you recommend for a combustion chamber on an 05 extra

If you're going to put a combustion chamber on your marker, a bomb shelter would be a preferred item.

Expansion chambers will not do much, and you can find regulators for about the same price that will do something. Look around for a used Bob Long Torpedo. You'll need a metric macro fitting, a 90* 1/8 NPT macro fitting (preferably swivel), and a foot of macroline. You can get the fittings and macroline from www.sundragonpps.com and the regulator either from SunDragon, in the B/S/T here or other forums, or on eBay.

What kind of hopper do you have? If it's a Quantum, look for something else.
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If you're going to put a combustion chamber on your marker, a bomb shelter would be a preferred item.
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Old 09-06-2009, 10:50 AM
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Default Re: What would you recommend for a combustion chamber on an 05 extra

I took it to the local shop and he put a regulator on it no charge im not sure what brand it is though. I use co2 and my hopper is a view loader i paint balled yesterday and the regulator made the gun perform a lot better and the gun no longer leaks so its ll good thanks a lot.
Would you recommend any other upgrades or not?
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A ViewLoader... what? They have the Evlution (1, 2, and 3), Revvy, Quantum, Vlocity (JR, SR, Dynasty, XSV), and gravity fed loaders.


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yea its a quantum so why should i look for something else
ive also started to notice my paintballs tail to the left what can i do to stop that is it just adjusting?
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get a better barrel, and at somepoint your loader
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Old 09-08-2009, 02:33 PM
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I was looking at a J&J Ceramic but how long should i get it 14 16 or 20
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