UPDATE: I finally got some parts in. This what I did:
1. I replaced the noid.
2. Took apart everything and re-lubed.
3. Replaced all the breech orings.
4. Turned the 90* fitting on the reg out, about a 3/4 turn. (As MstrKey suggested)
I started with putting the reg pressure all the way down and slowly turning up until I was able to get the gun to cycle. Once a full cycle was achieved, I added paint. I was getting the first shot, no issues with FSDO, Actually the complete opposite. The next few would decrease in velocity until at about the 5th shot the ball, it barely rolled out of the barrel. I was maybe pulling the trigger at 3 BPS, so nothing to excessive. If I waited for longer a couple of seconds between shots, it would shoot fine, about half the time.
5. Reset the board to stock, I couldn't remember if it was or not.
Tried again, it was shooting fine at a couple of BPS, but then, spat! barrel break. Nothing in the breech though. Cleaned the barrel out, Bang, first shot, another one in the barrel.
6. Switched to the stock barrel.
Shot, shot, shot and it happened again. Started all over again with the velocity adjustment. Got it to cycle, tested a few balls at a time. got several shots off then the gun wouldn't cycle all the way. Did that three or 4 more times, each time turning the velocity up higher. Finally got it to cycle enough that I was able to get through a whole hopper without a barrel break.
Only issue no is I'm not sure as to how fast it's shooting, I don't have a chrono. But at least it went through the whole hopper, I haven't seen that since I first took it out and played in early August.
Last but not least, my halo too feedneck broke as I was taking it off the gun. If it's not one thing it's another. I need to go cheap until I can save up for a different hopper, do you think that this http://www.ansgear.com/Warrior_Halo_...ssshellred.htm
will work with halo too internals?
Thanks to everyone for their input. Hopefully I can get this up and running and shooting at the right velocity. (crossing fingers at the chrono)