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Old 02-28-2013, 01:56 AM #1
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MrSickNasty owns a Planet Eclipse Ego
SL66 Repairs: Need advice please! (Ice Cuba Content Inside)

Whats up guys,

Long time paintballer but this is the first time im going to be working on an ego. Just looking for some leads on common failures, things to check/look out for and some tips.

Thats the arsenal. Along with a few more but these are the ones in need of service. Ice Cuba & Bushwhackers are both in need of some service. Kryptonite works like a clock so thats all set.

Tomorrow ill run some tests and get a better diagnosis of what needs to be done. But just wanted to throw the thread up and maybe get some friendly tips from fellow Ego owners.

Gun 1:

Ice Cuba is missing the rammer. So that might be an easy fix.

Gun 2:

Bushwhackers is apparently not shooting up to PAR.
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Old 02-28-2013, 03:59 AM #2
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First off, you are going to want to download the manual that can be found in the stickies. Second only use oil on the rammer O-rings and a drop on the bolt O-rings to prolong your detents lifespan. If you are having velocity issues you need to: install a new name brand battery such as Energy Paintball (highly recommended), Duracell, Energizer, etc. as the solenoid needs a consistent amount of voltage to power it. Change out your rammer O-rings, check the reg piston seat to make sure it's still in tact. Make sure your reg shims are stacked properly like so: )()()()()()()()( ,16 total, oil the reg shims, and lube your reg piston and seat lightly. If all that does not work you may need to replace your qev diaphragms, change LPR piston O-ring and lube it along with the LPR piston seat lightly. Hope this helps.

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