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Old 02-24-2013, 01:47 AM #1
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how to best tune a karnivor?

I took the plunge and ended up picking up a karnivor but am looking for some resources on what the best way to tune a carnivore is to get the best mix of air efficiency and smoothness. I see lots of resources of how to time e-cockers but just looking for something to show me how to best fine tune one after it is timed.
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Old 02-24-2013, 07:38 AM #2
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Are you looking to tune the stock parts or would you mind swapping a few out?
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Old 02-25-2013, 03:52 PM #3
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set your ivg about 2-3 threads in, adjust your main reg to reach your desired fps, and set the lpr just high enough to cock the gun-and just a tad more for reliabilty's sake.

factory fast till your more comfortable tuning the settings. theres a couple settings you can change around to your liking but factory fast is a great starting point.

raise your c-off or c-delay, or both untill you get it down to 12.5bps.

set your trigger filters to your liking and go mow people. i think i ran my TT-band ar 60% and T-tol at 12%, any higher than 12% and the trigger started to get a little bouncy.
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