thats pretty fast
thats pretty fast
Other that sweet sound effect. What good really is that high rate of fire and un controllable trigger worth?
I always see people talking about how to get more reactivity or how to eliminate it.
How feasible is it to try and set-up a mag valve to RT just a little so that I can keep up on the speedball field without people looking at me funny?
Not challenging. I have one of my Micros set up using an X-valve with a standard R/T on/off assembly and when I feed it 950psi from a Ninja reg it pumps out a consistent 10-12bps or so. Fire in bursts and nobody is the wiser - plus it's not total overkill like a few of my others tend to be. I don't consider it "cheating" in recball when there are people ramping at 12.5-14bps with their electros.
My classic rt is running 900psi input with a y grip and everything else bone stock. I've never felt out gunned. No clue what bps that is. Its borderline on what stock halo too settings can feed if I shot a 2 or 3 sec string. But totally controllable for single shot 3 round burst. Or fast semi auto with assisted bounce.
But these videos are sweet. And I'm still impressed that loader feed rate has got to the point it can keep up with a fast shooting gun.
With my setup I can single shot easy. Just pull the trigger to the stop. And release
BT a friend of mine had a nasty head on auto accident,saw it coming and on instinct put his hands on the dash (he was a passenger)Messed up his wrists,elbows and hands fairly badly,his hands weren't weak really but any strong gripping hurt and his hands would eventually fail losing any grip.
Reason I am mentioning it we put a zgrip on my classic rt,glued a neoprene pad on the back of the frame,built a half inch spacer and used a ndz kick to build a more spaced out "cripple-z"(no offense that's whats its called).So he rested the tank on his shoulder supported its weight with his shoulder and the backs of his hands,he also crossed his middle finger over his index and used that to squeeze the end of the trigger.Its worth a shot to see if a zgrip makes playing easier
Someday I'll have my zgripped Rt classic back. But I'm really happy with what I got atm
my bros x rts super easy, shot this today at the feild and its pretty fast, i threw his tank on one of my guns with a gauge and it was rt'ing with his reg that that puts out a little more than 800...id like to see his mag with one of my ninja 1100 tank...i should have taken the camera off my barrel before shooting this but here it is anyways...v35 halo with well used batteries, no breaks and the level 10 kicked in once...not bad:headbang:
I'll post a clear video of my mag rt-ing eventually, don't have anything really planned tomorrow, so tomorrow is possibly a filming day
Besides pressure, you have to have good flow and bottle reg response. Now that most of us use ninja regs, it hasn't been an issue. Fewer hoses and fittings helps, although I think my inline maxflo on remote did as well as a bottom mount shp. My agd 3k bottle on remote never did rt more than a couple of shots, even at 1000psi. Blocked/skinny ports and narrow Id hoses can be a problem too.
For sure...asa to valve > asa to gas through to valve...for speed on your mag anyways
I grind all my pins down to around .730. I found this with a 1000-1200psi output tank will get you optimal RT performance (mid 20's) with the ability to semi. If you can find a Geddon, buy it. They are hands down the best regs for a mag due to how high you can get them adjusted (1400 psi with no mods). You can also adjust them on the fly during a game to either take on the kiddies with space di!dos or for those one ball situations. Down side to them is the amount of weight they bring to the table.
I tried everything, but nothing worked until I sent my valves back to AGD to tune, clean, and file down the ON\OFF pins to make them "bouncy". Then, the SHP Nina tank, and blammo! I have an E-MAG and regular X that both rip in exactly the same way with control. Roman did one at AGD. Dave did the other at AGD.