Originally Posted by samuelkeesee12
I wouldn't think that would be the source of your fsdo. I would think solenoid, manifold o-rings, solenoid inserts. That's if you changed all the sleeve o-rings, the sail o-ring, and the rear 12 guide o-ring, and the rear can 17 o-ring.
^this. Sam shares the same idea I'm having. You've swapped all your rings out and the problem persists. That tells me its being starved for air. Has to be something with your noid. In relation to human anatomy, the noid is like a heart. Your noid may be gunked up inside, or the tiny o-rings in the manifold may need replacing. You said you checked your inserts as far as depth is concerned, but the tiny o-rings located on the inserts themselves may also be the problem. Do you have friends who also shoot shockers? Maybe one of them will allow u to test with their noid. And if the problem is indeed your noid, you can find them in the b/s/t trades for descant prices. I've also seen them on eBay for between 40-60 bux. I'd advise getting one just because. Its a great spare part to have.