Originally Posted by RubyR0b0t
When is the last time you fully rebuilt your gun with new o-rings and lube? I'd go down that route before replacing your noid. 99% of bad o-rings "look good", but could have hair line slices that compromise it's purpose.
It sounds like some pressure might be sneaking past an o-ring of some sort causing malfunction after a few shots. Purchase an o-ring kit, and some good lube. Dig into it and replace every o-ring you can. Don't be afraid to break down your gun. Be weary of your wire connections, tubes, and try not to over torque screws.
also contact ICD. I got an oring kit from them for good price. I ended up sending it in and had them do it for cheap.