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Old 11-05-2006, 09:02 PM
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Default Adjusting the velocity

this is a really noobish question but how do u adjust the velocity on the pilot. i had an imagine before and you just had to turn the knob. do u have to puch or something.
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Old 11-06-2006, 02:53 AM
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this is a really noobish question but how do u adjust the velocity on the pilot. i had an imagine before and you just had to turn the knob. do u have to puch or something.
puch?

Don't know what you mean but, adjustment is made through turning the knob at the rear of the marker in (faster) or out (slower). There is an allen set screw on it that has to be loosened first. Usually this screw will give approximately 20 fps adjustment from all the way out to all the way in.
Another method of adjustment, if you need more than that, is to change the springs.Madman, 32*, and Trinity made spring kits. To slow it down you put in a softer main spring; and vice-versa.
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