When using my gun, i use the first dip switch setting in the manual. Its a 12 bps setting. D-D-U-D It give the maximum amount of time for the bolt to be open out of the other 12 bps settings. Works for me, and i'm using a 12 volt revy.
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Matrix with... stuff
If you can shoot fast you will chop at anything over 11bps. but that all depends on your paint. Using a hard shell paint like any of the recycled shell paints you can use settings as high as 14bps. Tourney paint will chop at around 12bps. A good medium grade paint will work well around 12bps. Here's what worked best for me before I got the trinity.
Diablo Midnight and "Generic": 14bps
Diablo Blaze: 12bps
Diablo Inferno: 11bps and I still chopped.
I can use inferno at 16bps and not chop with my trinity. Spend the $75 or so bucks and watch your gun hum at any speed.
I don't know. I've had problems with chopping from day one even with the thickest shell paint I could find. I've had to turn the ROF all the way down to avoid this. All the dip switches down (8 BPS I think). Personally, I think that it's my loader since I have a post-BE 12V Revy.
I just got a wedge (Ricochet-2K). I hope this will solve my chopping problem. We'll see. I'll have the low-down on Thursday night.
Bobbo, I NEVER chop...I have my Matrix set at the lowest setting with the cypher chip (45/45). Before I got the cypher, I had it set at 9bps and never chopped.I think it's down,up,down,up or up,down,up,down one of those.