Originally Posted by firerz05
Correct. Also correct me if I'm wrong but stock PE barrels are .693 and a friends geo had no problem(minus one barrel break, while I had a ton)
I am using a rotor. I'm not sure what my tension setting is nor how to change it(bought it used and left it at whatever it was before hand) This would cause a barrel break though? Also I've noticed if I drop one ball in the breach there is a good amount of back and forth play and the ball won't just sit in one spot. Not sure if this is normal on all luxes or due to worn detents?
Not to hijack this kids thread but I figured we both have pretty similar issues so any advice given would be universal and save us a thread.
Yup, you sir are correct, PE included a .693 barrel back with their egos up until the 10, and geos up until the geo2, then they started to include an .689 instead. Older DP fusions, and various other companies until recently included .693 stock bores with their markers.
A high loader tension can cause extra pressure on the balls in the stack before the bolt moves forward and this might squish the paint just a little further making the ball more susceptible to 2nd ball clipping.
Worn detents may also cause this as the ball may bobble in the breach, which also may cause second ball clipping. so check your detents as well!
your tension setting can be adjusted by turning a screw that is on the gearbox/battery tray/motor. That screw is the furthest screw to the right of the power button (the larger of the two)
screw can be turned in to raise the tension, or turned out to turn tension down, stock i believe is at flush or a little in from flush. If you have it turned down too much you may have trouble getting the rotor to feed consistently.