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Old 12-30-2012, 09:50 PM #1
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Tuning my L7 tech bolt

I have a tech l7 bolt in my m7. It shoots fine with good consistency but not much faster than the stock bolt.
I have the lpr one turn from all the way out, dwell at 9ms, and two spacers in. It shoots 285fps +/-5 at this configuration.
I'm also using a virtue oled board. In uncapped full auto the board says I max out at 18bps.
Thats all fine and dandy but the stock fuse bolt easily accomplishes that. Anybody have any idea why the tech bolt isn't going faster? I really have no reason to use it if it's not capable of higher ROF's. It came with the gun when I got it, the only reall reason I use it is because it is supposedly very fast, and if I can't get it to go faster then I would rather be using the fuse bolt.


also there's a really good chance I'm tuning it wrong, I followed the instructions in the video exactly.

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Old 12-30-2012, 10:23 PM #2
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why do you want to shoot any faster then 18bps? All events ramp at 12.5, whats ure purpose for wanting to do any higher?

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Old 12-30-2012, 10:26 PM #3
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Because I can. But seriously, if i can't I might as well just throw the fuse bolt back in there, it's a wasted upgrade then.

also is running the lpr that high bad for the noid? It's almost all the way out
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Old 12-31-2012, 07:10 AM #4
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IMO, it's a downgrade anyway. You're going from one of the nicest looking balanced spools to a PMR that has an LPR adding weight uselessly.

With L7, there is no seperation of LP/HP air just like on a PMR/Ion, so it doesn't matter WHAT you set your LPR to.
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