Originally Posted by frankdatank
if you are able to fire the marker without paint (dryfire), that tells me the eyes are off???
I used a piece of soft foam to block the eyes when I tested the gun out to bypass the eyes.
the chopping issue can have multiple causes:
-lowering the dwell wont help with chopping issues. leave it at 10
-the ball detents are in great shape.
-it is a .698 barrel, it is overbored if anything
-paint quality was crap but it was very stiff shell, much like monsterball
-after reseting the board I figured the only other thing that might be causing the issue is the dwell keeping enough airflow in the chamber to stall the next ball from loading (ie, chopping in the feed neck)
I do thank you for the links you game me, I will take a look at the feedneck and see if it is misshapen as it suggests.
is there a possiblity that the faulty harness could cause the chops as well? (such as inconsistant relay of timing, false eye signal, or some other type of short)
I am just curious if this is an issue I should do myself or just send it to Infinity and let them deal with it.
(BTW I have been working of my teams markers for about 5 years so this kind of project doesnt bother me, I just dont want to waste time if it needs to go back to the shop anyways for a full overhaul.)
thanx for the help so far, you have given me a few things to look at.