Just bought a used Closer and I didn't want to mess with it the first day I got it because it was working perfectly. But one thing I noticed was I was getting about 3 pods and a hopper on a 3k fill. Is that usual for a stock Closer engine? Is there any way to make a little better on efficiency?
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Bjorn and Terry told me at Chicago that the stock engine was always the way to go for a buttery smooth gun... if you could deal with lower efficiency. The SC engine gives you more shots, but never felt as smooth. That's one of the reasons I've held off on SC'ing my Darq.
8 pods and a hopper on a 68 3k fill is hard to say no to though from the sc engine.
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I never noticed a huge difference between my PE'd (later SC'd) RL Marq and my Marq 6 with the stock engine (which I put a PE into as well). I've heard a few people say that the stock engine is smoother but I think the difference is pretty negligible
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I'd go with the sc engine if you are wanting the efficiency... The difference between the stock an sc engine on how the shot feels is not that much of a difference to be honest... Just my 2/100ths of a dollar