Hey everyone. I did some research on here and found 1 thread regarding double kitting. However, the results never came to.
I have an Angel SB stock barrel kit w/ Sly Fly Carbon Fiber Tip. I bought an extra a1 back to I can mess it up without a worry when I play outdoors. That back is .695 The Sly Fly Carbon Fiber Tip is .700
Im thinking about getting the .695 back bored out for freak inserts.
Stock SB Control Back - 6 3/4 (inches in length)
Sly Fly Tip - 7 1/4 (inches in length) (Total Length of Barrel is 13 3/8 when assembled)
Freak Insert - 5 1/16 (inches in length)
SO If I do get the .695 back bored out for Freak inserts, I'll have, say,
.684 Freak insert of 5 1/16 of control
Stepped up to the remainder SB Back .695 of 1 11/16
Then Sly Fly .700 tip of 7 1/4.
So the ball will travel through 3 different bore sizes in a barrel. Will I see results compared to, say, DeadlyWind, which is just 2 bore sizes in a barrel??
WHAT I REALLY WANT TO KNOW IS......
With the results I like to see from this setup below, I have yet not seen it anywhere else. (NOTE: Freak Insert is in the SB back for the setup below)
iFit--->Freak--->SB Back(1 11/16 Control)--->Sly Fly Tip
iFit(.680)--->Freak(.684)--->SB Back(.695)--->Sly Fly Tip(.700)
With 4 control sizes in a barrel, will I see results!?! Has this been done? With just over 2,000 shots Im getting from the SB, Im not looking to get 3,000, but even more improved Accuracy??? The accuracy from just my other SB back(.685) is freaking awesome! I cant really see getting even more better.
Please, don't tell me to just leave it alone. Obviously I can't! I just got lucky with RPS Advantage Paint and happened to be a perfect fit in my .685 SB Back. I need inserts for other brands of paint.
Would love to hear what you guys think about running 4 bore sizes in a barrel and the outcome. Thanks all!