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Old 02-18-2013, 02:10 PM #1
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NT11 Issues

I'll start off by saying this gun is brand new and I've only used it twice.

I have the factory blue flow insert and no volume insert, dwell is at 9 set by factory. I do not know what the reg is set at; what is everyone doing to measure this since there is no gauge port?

So the problems I'm having are: the gun is horribly inconsistent at the chrono and can range from 290-320, seemingly no matter what I do with the reg. If I turn it down it will still vary up to 320 fps then if I turn another millimeter it won't cycle and the ball just rolls out the barrel. Next is when shooting "fast" the gun will fire maybe 5-6 shots at 12 bps then the next 5-6 will barely make it out the barrel. Finally the efficiency seems horrible... I get maybe a Rotor and 3 pods out of a 50/4500.

Any ideas??
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Old 02-18-2013, 02:18 PM #2
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To check reg pressure you use the Dye Pressure Tester. The gun should have come with one brand new I believe. Set you reg per the manual. Clean and relube your bolt completely. Check for any broken oring or shredded bumpers. If the gun is brand new, its going to need some paint through it to break everything thing in. The FPS issue should settle out.



Dye makes an spacer skit for the NT11. That's what's going to help you fine tune your efficiency.

Honestly the easiest thing to do, and where you should always start is: (and this goes for any marker)

1. Clean/Inspect/Relube/Replace all Orings and moving parts.
2. Reset Reg pressure and dwell to factory settings.
3. Report back
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Old 02-18-2013, 04:37 PM #3
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1. Learn the manual
2. Buy a pressure tester
3. Use the search feature

Chances are if you are having an issue its been covered over the last 3+ years.

Or have DYE fix it since its new and under warranty.
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Old 02-27-2013, 09:08 PM #4
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Pressure tester is definitely the most valuable tool to have with this gun...

Pressure is now at about 135 and it shoots fine. It's just very loud.... that's my only complaint!
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Old 03-04-2013, 05:23 AM #5
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replaces the spring of spring, or in cold weather you have to increase dwell.
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