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Old 01-14-2013, 02:03 PM #1
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quick internals question

are all autococker internals the same size? (hammers, valves, cupseals)
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Old 01-14-2013, 03:22 PM #2
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no what kind of cocker do you have?
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Old 01-14-2013, 04:10 PM #3
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i have 2 standard size WGP (black magic, and another same size but custom milled, not sure the type), a dye ultralite, and 2 superbolt's.

the latter 3 i have taken apart since they came to me ****ed up, and they have the same size body, but the first 2 are bigger in size, and i have not taken out the internals and dont want to mess with them until i can get them air'ed up.
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all of those should have "standard" 3/16" valves.

the hammers are for the most part the same, except for your mid and half blockes that use a slotted hammer. some companies use a heavier hammer like shocktech for example.

certain guns, like the 05/06 black magics, trilogies, SR, blackout orracles, JOLE's, and merlins use 11/16" valves.

those psychoballistics cockers are known for their terrible pneumatics, they leak 90% of the time. i put dow55 on mine to stop the ram from leaking. if you can get them to not leak or just buy different pneumatics they're not half bad.
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i have a few extra parts that i wanted to put up on B/S/T eventually and wanted to see how specific i needed to be on the parts.

i have also heard the same thing about the psychoballistics cockers. the ram on mine looks to be aftermarket, does the stock LPR have a notorious leak? or is that normaly a ram problem?
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i have a few extra parts that i wanted to put up on B/S/T eventually and wanted to see how specific i needed to be on the parts.

i have also heard the same thing about the psychoballistics cockers. the ram on mine looks to be aftermarket, does the stock LPR have a notorious leak? or is that normaly a ram problem?
I've had three psychoballistics and my experiences with them have been been on the fortunate side from all the stories i hear. the only bad part of the pneumatics i've had has been the ram. and souly due to not being a smooth ram they have all worked but that was the first upgrade i sought out on mine. the lpr and 3way are copies of dye parts. idk maybe ive just been lucky
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pbnation forums. helpful as always. thanks guys!
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lpr/ram/3 way are all copies of dye, the whole gun is. and its not just the lpr thats notorious its all of it lol. the stock 3 way was decent once i put some new o-rings on it, and the ram gets points for being easy to take apart at least. i hated the stock lpr, was really hard to turn and its shape made it hard to get a grip on it to turn it anyway.

quick way to see if the ram is leaking is to pull the front hose off the ram. if air comes out the rams front barb its the ram shaft o-ring. if you dont pop the hose off to check it will just leak out the otherside of the 3 way. can cause some headaches if you dont think to check for it.
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