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Old 12-15-2006, 09:15 PM #1
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Ultimate ICD FAQ

Due to some popular demand, i'm bringing my ultimate FAQ over to PbNation.


Index:
- General ICD marker FAQ - Post # 2
- Bushmaster FAQ - Post # 3-6
- BKO FAQ - Post # 7-11
- Promaster FAQ - Post #
- Freestyle FAQ - Post #


I will be continuously updating this thread to make it as accurate as I possibly can. If you have any questions, comments, or information you would like changed or added, please PM me and tell me what it is.
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Old 12-15-2006, 09:18 PM #2
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Barrel Threads:
- 1998-2003 (the year) ICD markers take ICD threaded barrels.
- 2003.5 (the year) and up markers take Autococker threaded barrels.

Feedneck Threads:
- All ICD markers take ICD/Bushmaster/BKO/Freestyle feedneck threads ONLY!
- Despite what you may have heard, Ion/Shocker/Imp threaded feednecks will possibly damage the threads on both your marker and feedneck.
The pitch is the same, but thread size is not. Ion/Shocker/Imp feedneck threads have smaller threads then ICD/Bushmaster/BKO/Freestyle threads and will not seat right.

Compatable Grips: (Bassed off of stock trigger frame only)
- Any and all 45* grips will fit on stock ICD trigger frames.
- There is a slight problem with Dye Sticky 3 45* frames however. The rubber backing will not fit over the clamshell frame of Promaster and Freestyle markers and needs to be cut off.

High pressure Regulators (HPR):
-All aftermarket and various stock marker HPR's will fit on ICD markers.
-Side mounted air inlet regulators do have problems fitting on Bushmaster markers without an aftermarket forward ASA, but if the 90* elbow is screwed in enough, they will fit.

Bottomline set-up: (Bassed on stock ICD trigger frames only)
-Any bottomline ASA that uses the standard two hole mounting system will fit ICD trigger frames.

Lubing and Cleaning of Markers:
When lubing your marker, it's necessary to know what to lube and what to lube it with.
-Dow 33 Silicon Grease, Dow 55 Silicon Grease, and Lithium Grease (Not white lithium) bassed lubricants are the only types of lubes you should use on ICD guns.
-It is not necessary to lube your marker after every day of play, but it wont hurt any. Usualy, you should lube and clean your marker after every case of paint (~2000 paintballs) has been shot.
-All you need to lube is the ram/hammer assembly and both marker regulators as well as any o-rings which travel back and forth.

Adjusting Marker To Reach Velocity: (Bassed on stock ICD Markers and ~300fps (200mph))
-First, make sure the regulators are turn all the way off before airing your marker up. Doing so will help prevent damaging anything say your output pressure from the tank is wrong.
-Start with the HPR. Turn it up until it reaches ~250psi on the inline gauge.
-Next, adjust the LPR. Slowly turn in the LPR clockwise until you hear a slight leak from the trigger frame. Once you hear that small leak, back the adjustment screw out (counterclockwise) 1/4 - 1/2 turns.
-You should now be within a safe velocity and you can adjust your HPR up or down to fine tune the velocity.

Air sources:
-N2/HPA/Compressed air is perfectly fine to use. Both HP and LP tanks will work without damaging anything.
-CO2 can be hazerdous to your regulators and solenoid. If using CO2 is a must, be sure to use a properly installed Anti-Siphon tube and Palmer's Stabalizer's to ensure the saftey of your marker.
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Old 12-15-2006, 09:19 PM #3
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The Bushmaster series marker was released to the public in 1998. It's name, Bushmaster, was derived from a scarcely known snake; the Bushmaster is a venemous snake which lurks in bushes and shadows and attacks it's prey with total secrecy. The referance to the snake means that the Bushmaster paintball marker will sneak up on you and you wont know until it's too late.

The Bushmaster production line has been shut down since late 2004.

Marker Name Break-Down:
B2K2, B2K3, B2k3.5, B2K4
-For example, we will use the B2K2 code.
B - Bushmaster (Stays the same for each generation)
2 - Two (Varies from 2-4)
k - Thousand (Stays the same for each generation)
2 - Two (Varies from 2-4)

Bushmaster 2004

With that known, you will be able to know the marker type from it's code.

B2K Generations:
-Generation 1 B2K
  • Very plain stacked tube designed body out of aircraft aluminum
    -Unpolished single color ano available in black and silver
    -12" one piece black aluminum barrel
    -Low rise feed tube
    -Delrin bolt
    -Small 45 style grip frame with dual adjustment 2 finger trigger & top mounted spring
    -Front mounted LPR
    -Direct screw in HPR designed for adjustable output tanks or 500psi presets
    -4 fire mode grip mounted circuit board
    -13bps max in semi, 9bps max in other modes
    -Screw in ball bearing style ball detent
-Generation 2 B2K
  • The Gen 2 B2K builds on the success of the Gen 1 by adding these features
    -New Teardrop milling
    -Higher gloss finish
    -Offered in many more colors.
    -Misc Gen 1 problems fixed
-Generation 3 B2K
  • The Gen 3 B2K builds on the Gen 2 by adding these features
    -Slightly different Teardrop milling
    -LPR adjustment changed for a dual hole design to a slot to match the HPR adjustment
    -A High Riser feed tube was now standard issue to help chopping issues
-Generation 4 B2K
  • The Gen 4 B2k builds on the Gen 3 by adding these features
    -At this point the B2k gets offered in Teardrop and Fish Gill milling
    -There is now a battery door milled into the tray to make changing the battery way easier
    -New jewel logo
-Generation 5 B2K
  • The Gen 5 B2K builds on the Gen 4 by adding these features
    -Still offered in Teardrop or Fish gill milling
    -The HPR has been updated to include a new plunger and heavy duty spring for 800psi tanks
    -The LPR has been changed slightly to allow for more air flow and faster recharge
    -Gen 4's and 5's were between sn 7200 and 7299, Gen 5's guaranteed were 7300+
-B2K2 LCD
  • The B2K2 LCD builds on the Gen 5 by adding these features
    -New 22 pin 8200 board with 8 fire modes with a 13bps max cap
    -LCD is placed at the back of the tray showing ROF, Mode, Game Timer and Shot Counter
    -Daughter board in tray has support for PDS when it becomes available 6 months after the B2K2's release
-Generation 6 B2K
  • The Gen 6 B2K builds on the Gen 5 by adding these features
    -ICD purchased a C&C Mill and started playing around with loosing the boxy look of the Bushmaster 2000. Their first production bodies were the X milled body. This marked the end of the TearDrop and Fish Gill bodies.
    -There's a redesigned 1 piece 12" aluminum barrel
    -A new smaller 700psi HPR gauge replaced the old larger Ashcroft
    -Available with optional LCD
-Generation 7 B2K
  • The Gen 7 B2K builds on the Gen 6 by adding these features
    -New blade trigger which all the fast guns of the times are coming with appears on the B2K
    -Started coming with the new 8200 board with 8 fire modes and 13bps max rate of fire
    -Available with optional LCD
-Generation 8 B2K
  • The Gen 8 B2K builds on the Gen 7 by adding these features
    -The Gen 8 Bushmaster 2000 sports a new 2 piece 12" aluminum barrel
    -The HPR plunger has been changed to delrin for higher performance
    -The Gen 8 also comes in 4 milling version, X, Frostbite, Flame and a Special Edition
    -Available with optional LCD
-Generation 8 B2K GS Frostbite
  • The Gen 8 B2K FrostBite Edition builds on the Gen 8 with the following features
    2 piece matching ano 12" aluminum barrel
    -Window milling on upper tube with milled aluminum insert
    -New LPR adjustment cap with allen key adjustment
    -New ASA adapter and In-Line HPR
    -New 2 piece pull pin with pawn hat
    -Available with or without LCD
    -Available with or without PDS
-Generation 8 B2K GS Flame
  • The Gen 8 B2KFlame Edition builds on the Gen 8 with the following features
    2 piece matching ano 12" aluminum barrel
    -Window milling on upper tube with milled aluminum insert
    -New LPR adjustment cap with allen key adjustment
    -New ASA adapter and In-Line HPR
    -New 2 piece pull pin with pawn hat
    -Available with or without LCD
    -Available with or without PDS
-Generation 9 B2K (AKA - B2K2)
  • The Gen 9 B2K builds on the Gen 8 by adding these features
    -ASA Adapter is now standard issue
    -New In-Line ASA threaded regulator is now standard issue
    -Steel ball detent has been switched out to teflon
    -Available in X milling, GS Flame and GS FrostBite
    -Also available with PDS and LCD
-Generation 10 B2K (AKA - B2K2.5)
  • The Gen 10 B2K builds on the Gen 9 by adding these features
    -The 2002.5 was a Gen 9 with the new 2003 body design. This marked the end of the X milled bodies.
    -The gun bodies are now coming in a bead blast matte style non-glossy finish
    -Some of these were available with the ASA adapter and in-line regulator while others still came with the old direct screw in regulator.
    -This model still had the original screw in ball detent
    -The LPR housing was changed to be a bit more curvey
    -First body to have the optional PDS more integrated into the design
    -LCD was available in very limited quantities.
-B2K3
  • The 2003 B2K expanded on the 2002.5. This was really a whole new Bushmaster!
    -New style 65* trigger frame like other high end guns of this time
    -Trigger spring mounted behind the trigger with a tension adjustment screw now added
    -Trigger has 3 pivot point options, a first for any frame
    -New PDS eye covers are available for the optional PDS system
    -New 9300 33.3bps board introduced mounted in the grip frame
    -Battery relocated to the grip frame instead of having it in the tray
    -Dual sided O ring detents replace the old ball detent on one side
    -The internal end cap of the LPR has shortened up and the valve spring lengthened. This is to increase the air volume in the chamber and reduce the ram pressure
    -The valve has been altered slightly and now only has 1 O ring
    -This marked the end of the LCD versions. No 2003's were built with LCDs.
    Later models of the B2K32000 included:

    -A move back to the Low Riser now that hoppers can keep up
    -The 9300 board is dropped to 25bps to avoid going full auto due to vibrations from being fired.
    -The 2 piece pull pin went back to a 1 piece due to breakage issues.
    -A very select few late in 2003 had a prototype of the new 2004 reg as seen on the B2K4.
    -Barrel threading was changed to Autococker style on PDS versions and then later model non-PDS versions.
-B2K4
  • The B2K4 expanded on the 2003.
    -New finish. Now coming in an all matching reverse fade polished ano
    -Autococker threading new standard
    -New higher performing HPR
    -9300 25bps board mounted in the grip frame
    -Still available with or without PDS
    -On/Off switch orientation has been changed from horizontal to slanted
    -PDS model has wrap around ribber grips, non PDS model has side plates
    -ICD had planned on using a new higher flowing solenoid in this model but after testing, the new solenoid and manifold have been dropped. The 04 model comes with the same solenoid and manifold found in the 2003 models.
***All B2K generation descriptions have been taken from www.icdownersgroup.com and is the property of thus site. The descriptions have been slightly modified and updated.***
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Old 12-15-2006, 09:21 PM #4
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B2K Uprades

Trigger Frames:
90* Trigger frame made by Acid Custom Paintball - www.AcidCustom.com
  • - Fully customizable. No two frames are alike. Custom trigger, grips, ano, milling.
    - Standard design is a 90* frame but Acid Custom Paintball will make the frame anywhere from a 45* frame all the way to a Z-frame style.
    - Magnetic trigger
    -Bead blasted aluminum aloy grip panels with custom (your choice) design CNC milled into them.
    -Trayless version frame also avilable.
    -Standard style bottomline set-up
Zenitram 45* trigger frame - Out of production
  • -45* angle on trigger frame
    -Black or silver anodized
    -Magnetic trigger. Accepts Zenitram style trigger only
    -Standard style bottomline set-up
Zenitram Z-Frame - Out of production
  • -Reverse 45* angle on trigger frame
    -Based off of the AGD Z-Frame
    -Black or silver anodized
    -Magnetic trigger. Accepts Zenitram style trigger only
    -Standard style bottomline set-up
OTB 90* frame - Out of production
  • -90* replica of Angel vert frames
    -Angel style vert grips or OTB vert grips fit on this frame
    -Three pivot points on trigger. Accepts OTB style triggers only
    -Standard style bottomline set-up
Eaton Ripper Frame - Out of production
  • -45* angle trigger frame
    -Designed around the Dye Sticky grips
    -Single pivot setting. Adjustable spring tension. Accepts Eaton Ripper Frame trigger only.
    -Standard style bottomline set-up
Powerlite Grip Stix Frame - Out of production
  • -50* angle trigger frame
    -Built in mini rail/drop forward
    -Single pivot point. Accepts Powerlite and stock B2K triggers
    -Standard style bottomline set-up
Powerlite Grip Stix Frame - Out of production
  • -50* angle trigger frame
    -Built in mini rail/drop forward
    -Single pivot point. Accepts Powerlite and stock B2K triggers
    -Standard style bottomline set-up
Blue Fork Design G1 Frame - Out of production
  • -45* trigger frame
    -5 point trigger adjustability. Magnetic trigger. Accepts Blue Fork Design trigger only
    -Made for the T2 trayless kit but can be used with the tray aplication
    -Standard style bottomline set-up
Magnetic trigger mod
-Can be self done but www.BlueForkDesign.us and www.dementedproducts.us install the mod.

Microships and Circut Boards:
NoX Reloaded - www.BuyNoX.com
  • -Made by Rocky of Naughty Dogs
    -Smallest size board available
    -Tounry lock
    - 7 firing modes:
    Semi-auto, full auto, PSP 3-ball burst, NXL full auto, Millenium, linear ramp, training mode
    -Adjustable dwell, debounce (electrical and mechanical), paint debounce, drop-off adjustment, ramp point, ramp level, rate-0of-fire, bypass rate-of-fire, Rate-of-fire fine.
Vaporworks Chaos 2K4 - www.paintballtrader.com
  • -Compatable with Vaporworks V-Link and software
    -Tounry lock
    - (stay tuned for updates)
Vaporworks Chaos 2K6 - www.paintballtrader.com
  • -Compatable with Vaporworks V-Link and software
    -Tounry lock
    -Similar size as NoX Reloaded
    -9 fireing modes: Semi-auto, turbo, full-auto, autoresponce, NXL full-auto, PSP 3-ball burst, snap-shot trainer, off-the-break full-auto, off-the-break ramping
    -Adjustable dwell, debounce, trigger settings, many eye modes
    -Life-time warranty
Vaporworks Chaos 2K7 - www.paintballtrader.com
  • -Compatable with Vaporworks V-Link and software
    -Tounry lock
    -Similar size as NoX Reloaded
    -9 fireing modes: Semi-auto, turbo, full-auto, autoresponce, NXL full-auto, PSP 3-ball burst, snap-shot trainer, off-the-break full-auto, off-the-break ramping
    -Adjustable dwell, debounce, trigger settings, many eye modes
    -Life-time warranty

Vaporworks Chaos Chip - www.paintballtrader.com
  • -Compatible with ICD 8200 board only
    -Not compatible with LCD
    -Semi only
Vaporworks Chaos Chip MAX - www.paintballtrader.com
  • -Compatible with ICD 8200 board only
    -Compatible with LCD
    -More firing modes then standard Chaos Chip

Low Pressure Regulators (LPRs):
Palmer Micro Rock - www.palmerspursuit.com
  • -Bets performing LPR around.
    -70:1 output ratio
    -Must have Autococker/Bushmaster/BKO/Promaster adapter to use
Macdev Sonic LPR - www.macdev.net
  • -Medium performance LPR. Better then stock, but not as great as the Micro Rock.
AKA SCMIII - www.akalmp.com/main.htm
  • -Medium performance LPR. Better then stock, but not as great as the Micro Rock.
    -Has major problems with creeping
Vaporworks FMD Hoseless Micro Rock - www.paintballtrader.com
  • -Same as the original Micro Rock, just comes with a custom adapter built on.
Ported/polished stock LPR -
Valves:
Macdev Red Valve - www.macdev.net
  • -Extremely high-flow valve
    -increases effeciency and lowers LPR pressure
Vaporworks Vapor Valve - www.paintballtrader.com
  • -Extremely high-flow valve
    -increases effeciency and lowers LPR pressure
    -Guranteed no-leak valve seal
eBay Valve - www.eBay.com
  • -Extremely high-flow valve
    -increases effeciency and lowers LPR pressure
    -Knock off of Vapor Valve
AKA Sonic Valve - www.akalmp.com
  • -Extremely high-flow valve
    -increases effeciency and lowers LPR pressure
Empire Air-Assist Valve - Out of production
  • -Extremely high-flow valve
    -increases effeciency and lowers LPR pressure
    -Balanced valve allowes for extremely low LPR pressure

Verticle ASA Adapter:
Kapp Verticle ASA - Out of production
Shoctec Forward ASA - Out of production
Sonic ASA - Out of production

15* ASA Adapter:
Zenitram 15* ASA - Out of production

Bolts:
Vaporworks Vapor Bolt - www.paintballtrader.com
  • Litghter then stock bolt with o-rings to eliminate blowback
    -detent slots
Shoctech Bolt - www.shocktechusa.com
  • -Hard delrin bolt
    -shorter then stock
    -detent slots
OTB Blind Bolt - Out of production
  • -shorter then stock
    -Not-so-anti-chop-anti-chop bolt.
Acid Custom Bolt - www.acidcustom.com
  • -Shorter then stock bolt
    -Detent slots
    -O-rings for anti-blowback

Triggers:
Vaporworks s4 scythe trigger - www.paintballtrader.com
  • -Scythe trigger design
    -Duel roller-bearings
Acid Custom Triggers - www.acidcustom.com
  • -Custom trigger for all frames
    -Roller or non roller bearing trigger
Pyro PB Custom Triggers - www.pyropb.com
  • -Custom trigger for all frames


Hammer/ram:
Acid Custom delrin ram/lightened hammer combo - www.acidcustom.com
  • -Lighter cycling weight for lower LPR pressure
Vaporworks Hammer - www.paintballtrader.com
  • -Ported and machined hammer for lower LPR pressure and less cycling mass
Custom lightened hammers - www.blueforkdesign.us, www.dementedproducts.us, www.pyropb.com
Demented 6061-T6 aluminum ram shaft - www.dementedproducts.us
  • -Less kick, lower cocking pressure, and retains strength and lubeign ability unlike delrin rams while still keeping weight down.
Acid delrin rams - www.acidcustom.com
  • -Less kick, lower cocking pressure
    -Stainless steel thread insert

Pull Pin:
Demented Custom Pull Pins - www.dementedproducts
  • -Custom design for bling
    -Made of aircraft aluminum for light weight and retaining strenght
    -Decreased cycling mass
Blue Fork Deisgn pin - www.blueforkdesign.us
  • -Custom design for bling
    -Made of titanium for light weight and retaining strenght
    -Slightly decreased cycling mass
Shocktech pin - www.shocktechusa.com
  • -Custom design for bling
    -Made of aircraft aluminum for light weight and retaining strenght
    -Decreased cycling mass
Acid Custom Pins - www.acidcustom.com
  • -Custom design for bling
    -Made of delrin with a steel core for light weight and retaining some strenght
    -Decreased cycling mass
eBay Spike Pin - www.eBay.com
  • -Custom design for bling
    -Made of delrin for less weight but sacrificing strength
    -Decreased cycling mass

PDS Install:
Pyro PB - www.pyropb.com
Vaporworks - www.paintballtrader.com
Demented Products - www.dementedproducts.us

Snatch Grips:
Demented Grip - www.dementedproducts.us

Trayless Kits:
T1 and T2 Trayless - Out of production
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Old 12-15-2006, 09:22 PM #5
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Autococker Detent Conversion
Demented Products - www.dementedproducts.us
  • -Single or duel drilling/tapping
    -Eye cover milling on PDS model guns
    -Ability to run Autococker detents.



B2K Threads and O-ring sizes

Barrel Threads:
ICD/Bushmaster threads: 7/8” x 20 tpi (4-lead thread)
Autococker threads: 15/16” x 20 tpi

LPR Threads:
7/8” x 20 tpi (LPR to body)
3/4” x 32 tpi (LPR adjusting knob)

Ram Housing Threads:
7/8” x 20 tpi (Housing Body)
5/8” x 18 tpi (Ram Cap)

Ram Shaft Threads:
10-32

Feedneck Threads:
13/16” x 32 tpi

Low Pressure Air Passage Plug Threads:
8-32 x 1/4"

Bolt Set Screw Threads:
5/16 -24 x 1/2"

Tray to Body Screws (4 ea.) :

6-32 x 1" (Socket Head Cap)

Grip Frame to Tray Screws (2 ea.):
8-32 x 3/8" (button head)

Grip Panel to Grip Frame Screws (4 ea.):
6-32 x 1/4" (button head) (stock and most aftermarket frames)
8-32 x 1/4" (button head) (Zenitram 45 and OTB frame)

Trigger Set Screws (3 ea.) :
8-32 x 1/4" (set Screw)

Valve Lock Screw (1 ea.):
3/8-24 x 1/4"

Manifold to Body Screw (4 ea.):
4-40 x 3/8" (Socket Head Cap)

Solenoid to Manifold Screw (2 ea.) (old style manifold only):
1.6 mm screws (really small)

Eye Cover Screw (2 ea.):
6-32 x 5/8” (button Head)

New Style Detents w/o PDS (O-ring) Screw (1 ea.):
6-32 x 1/4" (button Head)

Battery Door and On/off Switch Screw (On tray, 2 ea.):
3-48 x 3/16”

Micro-Switch Replacement Screw (2 ea.):
2-56 x 3/4"

Bottomline Screw (2 ea.):
10-32 (lengths vary)


O-ring Sizes (Dash No.)

LPR:
Lpr adjsuter: 015
Piston: 015
Body: 019 and 016

Valve: 016

Ram:
Housing: (3)015 and 010
Shaft: 011 and 006

Asa: 012

Manifold: (2)006 and 015

2K3 HPR:
Upper part: 015 and 019
Piston: 011
Lower part: 010

Detent: 010
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The BKO series marker was released to the public in 2002. The BKO was designed to be a cheaper alternative to the B2K, but still able to keep up with the day's high-end guns. Rumor has it that the BKO got it's name from the code name durring it's production. BKO, or in other words, Bushmaster Knock Off.

Same as with the Bushmaster, the BKO production line has been shut down since 2004.

BKO Generations:
Generation 1 BKO
  • - Offered in a very plain and cheap to manufacture milling design
    - Single color polished ano available in standard colors (blue, red, purple, green, black, silver etc)
    - Older style ICD 45* trigger frame with blade trigger
    - 8200 board located in the tray. Semi only capped at 10 bps but increased to 14 bps quickly.
    - High Rise feedneck
    - ASA threaded regulator block which housed both the HPR and LPR
    - Front mounted volumizer giving the BKO twice the air capacity of the Bushmaster 2000
    - Delrin bolt and stainless steel 1 piece pull pin
    - 700psi micro gauge
    - One piece black anodized 12" aluminum barrel. ICD barrel threads
    - 2 way solenoid, blow forward spring back
    - Non-re-build able ram housing connected to LPR via a hose in the tray
    - Tray is a bit shorter than the Bushmaster 2000 giving it a slightly lower profile
    - Battery located in the grip handle due to shorter tray
Generation 2 BKO
  • The Gen 2 BKO built on the Gen 1 by adding the following features
    -Diamond style milling on upper and lower tubes
    - New adjusted regulator to fix problems people had with preset tanks
    - Now comes with either the 45* frame or the new 2003 65* frame
    - 8200 board increased to 14bps
    - New O ring style detent replaces screw in Teflon detent
2003 BKO
  • The 2003 BKO built on the Gen 2 by adding the following features
    - New simple but sleek body milling
    - 2003 65* style frame now pretty much standard issue
    - Now comes standard with the 9300 board. Originally capped at 33.3bps but then dropped to 20bps to avoid problems with the BKO going full auto when firing due to vibrations.
    - LPR milling adjusted to a cone shape which gives slightly more clearance for aftermarket HPRs
    -PDS is now an option on the BKO
2003.5 BKO
  • The 2003.5 BKO built on the 2003 BKO by adding the following features
    - Earlier models had no cosmetic changes then 3 small lower tube mills started to appear
    - The Ram is now re-build able and has a thumb screw style end-cap
    - Low Rise is now standard issue
    - PDS is now an option on the BKO
2004 BKO
  • The 2004 BKO built on the 2003 BKO by adding the following features
    - Available in 2 milling styles, the 2003.5 style and the new 'extreme' milling style (shown)
    - All matching glossy ano finish
    - New 2 piece 12" aluminum barrel with matching ano
    - Autococker barrel threading now standard issue
    - Low rise tube (non-clamping)
    - New ICD 2004 regulator
    - Wrap around grips standard
***All BKO generation descriptions have been taken from www.icdownersgroup.com and is the property of thus site. The descriptions have been slightly modified and updated.***
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BKO Uprades

Trigger Frames:
90* Trigger frame made by Acid Custom Paintball - www.AcidCustom.com
  • - Fully customizable. No two frames are alike. Custom trigger, grips, ano, milling.
    - Standard design is a 90* frame but Acid Custom Paintball will make the frame anywhere from a 45* frame all the way to a Z-frame style.
    - Magnetic trigger
    -Bead blasted aluminum aloy grip panels with custom (your choice) design CNC milled into them.
    -Trayless version frame also avilable.
    -Standard style bottomline set-up
Zenitram 45* trigger frame - Out of production
  • -45* angle on trigger frame
    -Black or silver anodized
    -Magnetic trigger. Two pivot options. Accepts Zenitram style trigger only
    -Front of trigger frame (where hand wraps around) is rounded off to fill the void between standard trigger frames and wrap around grips
    -Standard style bottomline set-up
Zenitram Z-Frame - Out of production
  • -Reverse 45* angle on trigger frame
    -Based off of the AGD Z-Frame
    -Black or silver anodized
    -Magnetic trigger. Two pivot options. Accepts Zenitram style trigger only
    -Front of trigger frame (where hand wraps around) is rounded off to fill the void between standard trigger frames and wrap around grips
    -Standard style bottomline set-up
OTB 90* frame - Out of production
  • -90* replica of Angel vert frames
    -Angel style vert grips or OTB vert grips fit on this frame
    -Three pivot points on trigger. Accepts OTB style triggers only
    -Standard style bottomline set-up
Eaton Ripper Frame - Out of production
  • -45* angle trigger frame
    -Designed around the Dye Sticky grips
    -Single pivot setting. Adjustable spring tension. Accepts Eaton Ripper Frame trigger only.
    -Standard style bottomline set-up
Powerlite Grip Stix Frame - Out of production
  • -50* angle trigger frame
    -Built in mini rail/drop forward
    -Single pivot point. Accepts Powerlite and stock B2K triggers
    -Standard style bottomline set-up
Powerlite Grip Stix Frame - Out of production
  • -50* angle trigger frame
    -Built in mini rail/drop forward
    -Single pivot point. Accepts Powerlite and stock B2K triggers
    -Standard style bottomline set-up
Blue Fork Design G1 Frame - Out of production
  • -45* trigger frame
    -5 point trigger adjustability. Magnetic trigger. Accepts Blue Fork Design trigger only
    -Made for the T2 trayless kit but can be used with the tray aplication
    -Standard style bottomline set-up

Microships and Circut Boards:
NoX Reloaded - www.BuyNoX.com
  • -Made by Rocky of Naughty Dogs
    -Smallest size board available
    -Tounry lock
    - 7 firing modes:
    Semi-auto, full auto, PSP 3-ball burst, NXL full auto, Millenium, linear ramp, training mode
    -Adjustable dwell, debounce (electrical and mechanical), paint debounce, drop-off adjustment, ramp point, ramp level, rate-0of-fire, bypass rate-of-fire, Rate-of-fire fine.
Vaporworks Chaos 2K4 - www.paintballtrader.com
  • -Compatable with Vaporworks V-Link and software
    -Tounry lock
    - (stay tuned for updates)
Vaporworks Chaos 2K6 - www.paintballtrader.com
  • -Compatable with Vaporworks V-Link and software
    -Tounry lock
    -Similar size as NoX Reloaded
    -9 fireing modes: Semi-auto, turbo, full-auto, autoresponce, NXL full-auto, PSP 3-ball burst, snap-shot trainer, off-the-break full-auto, off-the-break ramping
    -Adjustable dwell, debounce, trigger settings, many eye modes
    -Life-time warranty
Vaporworks Chaos 2K7 - www.paintballtrader.com
  • -Compatable with Vaporworks V-Link and software
    -Tounry lock
    -Similar size as NoX Reloaded
    -9 fireing modes: Semi-auto, turbo, full-auto, autoresponce, NXL full-auto, PSP 3-ball burst, snap-shot trainer, off-the-break full-auto, off-the-break ramping
    -Adjustable dwell, debounce, trigger settings, many eye modes
    -Life-time warranty

Vaporworks Chaos Chip - www.paintballtrader.com
  • -Compatible with ICD 8200 board only
    -Not compatible with LCD
    -Semi only
Vaporworks Chaos Chip MAX - www.paintballtrader.com
  • -Compatible with ICD 8200 board only
    -Compatible with LCD
    -More firing modes then standard Chaos Chip

Low Pressure Regulators (LPRs): 2k3 and older BKO's with zenitram ASA block ONLY!
Any Autococker LPR will work. There are just too many to list.

Low Pressure Regulators (LPRs): 2k4 BKO's ONLY!
Palmer Micro Rock - www.palmerspursuit.com
  • -Bets performing LPR around.
    -70:1 output ratio
    -Must have Autococker/Bushmaster/BKO/Promaster adapter to use
Macdev Sonic LPR - www.macdev.net
  • -Medium performance LPR. Better then stock, but not as great as the Micro Rock.
AKA SCMIII - www.akalmp.com/main.htm
  • -Medium performance LPR. Better then stock, but not as great as the Micro Rock.
    -Has major problems with creeping
Vaporworks FMD Hoseless Micro Rock - www.paintballtrader.com
  • -Same as the original Micro Rock, just comes with a custom adapter built on.
Ported/polished stock LPR -
Valves:
Macdev Red Valve - www.macdev.net
  • -Extremely high-flow valve
    -increases effeciency and lowers LPR pressure
Vaporworks Vapor Valve - www.paintballtrader.com
  • -Extremely high-flow valve
    -increases effeciency and lowers LPR pressure
    -Guranteed no-leak valve seal
eBay Valve - www.eBay.com
  • -Extremely high-flow valve
    -increases effeciency and lowers LPR pressure
    -Knock off of Vapor Valve
AKA Sonic Valve - www.akalmp.com/main.htm
  • -Extremely high-flow valve
    -increases effeciency and lowers LPR pressure
Empire Air-Assist Valve - Out of production
  • -Extremely high-flow valve
    -increases effeciency and lowers LPR pressure
    -Balanced valve allowes for extremely low LPR pressure

Bolts:
Vaporworks Vapor Bolt - www.paintballtrader.com
  • Litghter then stock bolt with o-rings to eliminate blowback
    -detent slots
Shoctech Bolt - www.shocktechusa.com
  • -Hard delrin bolt
    -shorter then stock
    -detent slots
Tantrum 2003 Dezign Bolt - www.shocktechusa.com
  • -Hard delrin bolt. Head is made of Ertalyte which does not swell.
    -11 jet venturi design face
    -detent slots
OTB Blind Bolt - Out of production
  • -shorter then stock
    -Not-so-anti-chop-anti-chop bolt.
Acid Custom Bolt - www.acidcustom.com
  • -Shorter then stock bolt
    -Detent slots
    -O-rings for anti-blowback

Triggers:
Vaporworks s4 scythe trigger - www.paintballtrader.com
  • -Scythe trigger design
    -Duel roller-bearings
Acid Custom Triggers - www.acidcustom.com
  • -Custom trigger for all frames
    -Roller bearing or non roller bearing trigger
Pyro PB custom triggers - www.oyropb.com
  • -Custom trigger for all frames

Hammer/ram:
Acid Custom lightened hammer - www.acidcustom.com
  • -Lighter cycling weight for lower LPR pressure
Vaporworks Hammer - www.paintballtrader.com
  • -Ported and machined hammer for lower LPR pressure and less cycling mass
Custom lightened hammers - www.blueforkdesign.us, www.dementedproducts.us, www.pyropb.com
Demented 6061-T6 aluminum ram shaft - www.dementedproducts.us
  • -Less kick, lower cocking pressure, and retains strength and lubeign ability unlike delrin rams while still keeping weight down.
Acid delrin rams - www.acidcustom.com
  • -Less kick, lower cocking pressure
    -Stainless steel thread insert



Volumizer:
Paintball Kingdom Volumizer - Out of production
  • -Allows twice the air capacity of regulated air infront of the valve face. Helps with shot to shot consistancy dramaticaly.
Vaporworks Volumizer - www.painbtalltrader.com
  • -Allows twice the air capacity of regulated air infront of the valve face. Helps with shot to shot consistancy dramaticaly.
AKA Mitey Max Volumizer - www.akalmp.com
  • -Allows twice the air capacity of regulated air infront of the valve face. Helps with shot to shot consistancy dramaticaly.

ASA block:
Zenitram 15* and verticle ASA blocks - Temporarily out of production
  • - Allowes pre-2k4 BKO's to run an aftermarket LPR by frontal Autococker LPR threading
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Pull Pin:
Demented Custom Pull Pins - www.dementedproducts.us
  • -Custom design for bling
    -Made of aircraft aluminum for light weight and retaining strenght
    -Decreased cycling mass
Blue Fork Deisgn pin - www.blueforkdesign.us
  • -Custom design for bling
    -Made of titanium for light weight and retaining strenght
    -Slightly decreased cycling mass
Shocktech pin - www.shocktechusa.com
  • -Custom design for bling
    -Made of aircraft aluminum for light weight and retaining strenght
    -Decreased cycling mass
Acid Custom Pins - www.acidcustom.com
  • -Custom design for bling
    -Made of delrin with a steel core for light weight and retaining some strenght
    -Decreased cycling mass
eBay Spike Pin - www.eBay.com
  • -Custom design for bling
    -Made of delrin for less weight but sacrificing strenght
    -Decreased cycling mass

PDS Install:
Pyro PB - www.pyropb.com
Vaporworks - www.paintballtrader.com
Demented Products - www.dementedproducts.us

Snatch Grips:
Demented Snatch Grip - www.dementedproducts.us

Trayless Kits:
T2 Trayless - Out of production

Autococker Detent Conversion
Demented Products - www.dementedproducts.us
  • -Single or duel drilling/tapping
    -Eye cover milling on PDS model guns
    -Ability to run Autococker detents.
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BKO Threads and O-ring sizes

Barrel Threads:
ICD/Bushmaster threads: 7/8” x 20 tpi (4-lead thread)
Autococker threads: 15/16” x 20 tpi

LPR Threads:
Unkown at the moment

Feedneck Threads:
13/16” x 32 tpi

Bolt Set Screw Threads:
5/16 -24 x 1/2"

Tray to Body Screws (4 ea.) :
6-32 x 3/4" (Socket Head Cap)

Grip Frame to Tray Screws (2 ea.):
8-32 x 3/8" (button head)

Grip Panel to Grip Frame Screws (4 ea.):
6-32 x 1/4" (button head) (stock and most aftermarket frames)
8-32 x 1/4" (button head) (Zenitram 45 and OTB frame)

Trigger Set Screws (3 ea.) :
8-32 x 1/4" (set Screw)

Valve Lock Screw (1 ea.):
3/8-24 x 1/4"

Ram screws (2 ea.):
10-32 x 1/2" (Button Head)

ASA Block screw (2 ea.):
10/32 x 3/4" (Socket Head Cap)

Eye Cover Screw (2 ea.):
6-32 x 5/8” (button Head)

New Style Detents w/o PDS (O-ring) Screw (1 ea.):
6-32 x 1/4" (button Head)

On/off Switch Screw (On tray, 2 ea.):
3-48 x 3/16”

Micro-Switch Replacement Screw (2 ea.):
2-56 x 3/4"

Bottomline Screw (2 ea.):
10-32 (lengths vary)




O-ring Sizes (Dash No.)

LPR:
Unkown at this time

Valve: 016

Ram:
Shaft: 011 and 006

Asa: 010

2K3 HPR:
Upper part: 015 and 019
Piston: 011
Lower part: 010

Detent: 010
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Awesome thread. Any info on the Promasters? What the difference between the Freeflows and Promasters. I am trying to figure out which ICD model is their highest model. Is the Lasoya Pormaster rated newer and better than the regular Promaster?

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Sorry, found the Promaster thread.
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forgot the Zenitram Z-valve for the B2K serries ....
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yes im looking for a Solenoid for my wife's B2K....my airsmith says its the Solenoid cause it won't shoot slower then 400fps....so im in the market....anyone have any or know where i can get some?
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yes im looking for a Solenoid for my wife's B2K....my airsmith says its the Solenoid cause it won't shoot slower then 400fps....so im in the market....anyone have any or know where i can get some?
http://www.airsoldier.com/mm5/mercha...Store_Code=AOS

found solenoids for freestyles on here (and saw ones for other guns), they claim they are new/unopened. i haven't ordered one yet, but am going to shorty! they seem to have other parts for most icd guns
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http://www.airsoldier.com/mm5/mercha...Store_Code=AOS

found solenoids for freestyles on here (and saw ones for other guns), they claim they are new/unopened. i haven't ordered one yet, but am going to shorty! they seem to have other parts for most icd guns
last post made was about 3 years ago. most people already know that Airsoldier has noids for sale, new without any funny stuff.
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