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Old 03-21-2007, 06:43 PM #1
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Question noid and leaking question

1) one time i my lpr was set at 150psi, my noid was leaking. well now i turned back the lpr at 90psi and it is not leaking. i just want to know if i messed up my noid

2)when i turn the air on, the bolt goes forward and then it goes back, thats is not normal.
also im getting a leak in the ram sleeve and when i shoot it on uncapped ramping it is getting shut down.

what could be happen here?
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Old 03-21-2007, 06:47 PM #2
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1) No, you didn't mess up your solenoid.
2) If you get a leak from the ram, lube the o-rings. If your board is shutting off, you need to make sure that the battery is good and that the wires are connected.
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Old 03-21-2007, 06:55 PM #3
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sorry my board is ok. the problem is when i shoot paintball at high rates, they arent going as normal, some balls fall not too long. (shut down with paintballs)
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Old 03-21-2007, 06:56 PM #4
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You need to try and sweetspot the regulators. Make sure that the pressure on both regulators is high enough and that the dwell is at about 10ms.
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Old 03-21-2007, 08:58 PM #5
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2) If you get a leak from the ram, lube the o-rings.
hey i did that but the leak still there. i will try changing the orings.

i dont know why but when i air te gun the bolt goes foward instead of backward, i have to pull it back to get it work normal.
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Old 03-21-2007, 10:01 PM #6
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I had some problems with my gun leaking. It wasn't leaking from around the ram but it did suck forward and did not come back. What I did was break down the LPR and checked the cup seal, replaced orings, lubed the whole thing up with dow 33. This helped but the gun still leaks from around the LPR and the only way to get the bolt to fire back was to grab the whole LPR and wiggle it until a seal was made. After doing this, the gun works fine.
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Old 03-22-2007, 09:37 PM #7
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sorry my board is ok. the problem is when i shoot paintball at high rates, they arent going as normal, some balls fall not too long. (shut down with paintballs)
You are getting a common problem known as shoot-down. This occurs at high rates of fire which demand high rates of air flow to keep up. One of your regulators is not keeping up with the pace. Make sure all o-rings in your LPR and HPR pistons are in good condition and well lubed with the proper lube. Then try re-tuning everything. Also, do you have an aftermarket reg or an LP or HP tank, or... an adjustable one maybe?
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Old 03-22-2007, 09:43 PM #8
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You are getting a common problem known as shoot-down. This occurs at high rates of fire which demand high rates of air flow to keep up. One of your regulators is not keeping up with the pace. Make sure all o-rings in your LPR and HPR pistons are in good condition and well lubed with the proper lube. Then try re-tuning everything. Also, do you have an aftermarket reg or an LP or HP tank, or... an adjustable one maybe?
well i have everything stock. and i use pure energy HP tank.
i will try to replace all regulator, ram sleeve orings and lube them and retune it.
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