Originally Posted by bigbadbubba1337
They can be switched out. I rolled with a 2k2 block even though the body was tapped for alias while I waited on my new alias block to arrive in the mail.
So do you think the 360 is efficient enough then Juit? I used it one time with the 2k2 block and never really noticed any shoot down at sustained rof. I don't play anything other than semi though, so maybe I have slow fingers and it can keep up with me lol.
you just need to work on the airflow
old markers have a lot of bottle necks
if you take a closer look at the regulator section of the front block the HPR hole wont align with the front block lower this hole its'on a offset position ''this is the first bottle neck"
the air has to go from a regulator chamber to the front block chamber the air is so messed up & thats why it needs a bigger chamber
the air now needs to go from the frontblock chamber thru other hole frontblock > ramsleeve section ''2nd bottle neck'' so it can fill the poppit chamber
the torpedos couldnt keep with all this effort to keep filling this chambers fast, the recharge rate simply wasn't fast enough to keep with this
now if you mod your torpedo thats a different story and wont need all this buffer sections or even a volly
I know somenoe is going to say vollys are for lowering pressures on the HPR, this is a false statement after the 3rth shot all this lowered pressures go to the garbage if your reg cant keep the recharge rate and have air restrictions, in my experiece the volumizer adds more chaotic air movement after the 3rth or 4rth shot
the only reg Ive seen keep a superior recharge rate is the AKA SST but good luck getting one of this ones
in other words:
if you cant fill fast the built in volumizer whats the point of it?
after the 2nd shot you still owe that air and if its not filled that fast enough its pointless having this volume chamber
its like thowing your bill's to the trash can so you wont need to pay them
on the G6R bob long eliminate all of this so the regulated air just go direct to the poppit valve chamber