Find fields & stores near you!
Find fields and stores
Zipcode
PbNation News
PbNation News
Community Focus
Community Focus

Reply
 
Thread Tools
Old 01-03-2013, 05:35 PM #1
FCMEDIC
A.Williams
 
FCMEDIC's Avatar
 
Join Date: May 2010
Location: Franklin County, VA
FCMEDIC owns a Planet Eclipse Etek
FCMEDIC has achieved Level 1 in PbNation Pursuit
asa drilling mod

If the purpose of drilling out the holes larger in the asa is to allow more air flow so the marker guns at a lower operating pressure why couldn't you drill out the whole opening instead of just making the opening larger. Here are some edited pics for explanation. The black area is to be drilled out.
[IMG][/IMG]
[IMG][/IMG]
__________________
Looking for two players in the 540 area click the link for further detailshttp://www.pbnation.com/showthread.php?t=3957409

http://www.tigerpb.com/
FCMEDIC is offline   Reply With Quote
Old Sponsored Links Remove Advertisement
Advertisement
Old 01-03-2013, 10:54 PM #2
Opteron-O3
Elite Spyder Owner
 
Opteron-O3's Avatar
 
Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: Garland, Texas
Opteron-O3 is a Supporting Member
Opteron-O3 posts videos on PbNation
Opteron-O3 is one of the top 1000 posters on PbNation
Because if you drill the asa that youre talking about. You will have leaking problems on the asa side that goes in the spyder. The hole nearest to the valve and valve spring. Now with that said it doesn't mean its not possible to do so and have no leaks. You just have to find a way to seal it without making it permanent. Teflon tape works to a point because the air will still try to exit, but it will work.
Opteron-O3 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-07-2013, 12:48 PM #3
ferret15
STTB connoisseur
 
ferret15's Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: RFD
Annual Supporting Member
ferret15 donated to help Peyton Trent
too much, dude. On the smaller hole, you have to drill it smaller and keep it high. Otherwise the VA will always give you trouble with leaking. The big hole you should leave the middle section to help act as a stopper for your reg, and you need to be extra careful not to damage those threads when grinding.
__________________
something something something

I'm all out of ideas again and this text is so plain.

I'm still not sure how I feel about this new look.
ferret15 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-24-2013, 04:34 AM #4
Omitica
 
 
Join Date: Jan 2013
This mod is possible but you need tools and patience.

If you decide to drill out that portion of the ASA, note this first.

The hole's diameter is 10mm.
If you drill out the entire diameter, then you will run into two major problems.
1) You'll have a hole that needs plugging. The threaded hole that connects the body of the gun to the ASA goes in about 7mm.
2) Your valve-pin spring will no longer exert force on your cup seal.

I recommend only drilling a 8mm hole so that you have plenty of room for the valve spring to sit comfortably.

As for that pesky leaking from the hole... Use a vice and a hacksaw to cut a 'set screw like' piece, about 2mm in length. Apply threadlock and screw it in with some tweezers from the inside of the hole you just drilled. If you go from the bottom of the ASA, you'll get threadlock all over the place and it's not fun. Then, put your ASA back into place, and screw it back in with a shorter machine bolt, and be sure to apply non-permenant threadlock, or teflon tape to insure a good seal.

--

The bottom of the ASA, which has that little nipple protruding out should not be drilled out completely. If you notice, the low pressure chamber is seated inside the body of the ASA. You can only drill out a small crescent-moon like shape without breaking the seal. You can drill, or mill it on the side of the nipple that's closest to the valve of the gun.

Last edited by Omitica : 01-24-2013 at 04:37 AM.
Omitica is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 01-24-2013, 09:48 AM #5
rethalis
 
 
Join Date: Sep 2012
I did this mod, and have a spyder running about 290psi. I'm swapping the parts over to a newer style body when it comes in. When I take it all apart I'll throw up pics of my modded front block.
rethalis is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 02-08-2013, 12:34 PM #6
SparkyGT
Looking at ( . Y . ) 's
 
SparkyGT's Avatar
 
Join Date: Oct 2005
Location: Boobieland
SparkyGT supports Bob Gurnsey
SparkyGT supports Sherwood Forest
SparkyGT supports Pev's Paintball
a buddy had one overdrilled, with the threads leaking, ran a aluminum tube through it, cut to fit, loctited in. could jb weld also, the screw hits the pipe and put a small dent in it from looking inside. but the threads dont leak. shoulda took pics i guess.
__________________
????4776- "nothing takes off panties faster than a 66 mustang"

PICS OF MY STUFF, April 2011
Ebay +23/0
PAYPAL - Timmy Clan Member since 6-12-07 V5.1- almost 4 Rippers, 3 Alias's & a 50 lb box full of Timmy Parts, 12 gold ups
SparkyGT is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-10-2013, 09:38 PM #7
nenkitsune
 
 
nenkitsune's Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
The best way to drill it, is to try and get the hole to be at an angle from the bottom to the body. Bigger isn't better. It's all about flow and velocity. Big ports flow a TON but lack velocity, and in some cases, will hurt low pressure setups more than help.
__________________
"Originally posted by texastornado: ...i was playin with my buddy once and he told me he couldn't cock his acs which had come uncocked. It turns out his arm had fallen off..."

Spyder E-99 Avant (out of commission/spimmifying)
Kingman EM-1: Kapp Bushmaster V/A, Bumper mod, Modded stock bolt, Tboarded (ver a), WGP Ergo reg

My Feedback
nenkitsune is offline   Reply With Quote
Reply


Thread Tools

Posting Rules
Forum Jump