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Thread: Power Feed Plug Adjustment & new vs old

  1. #31
    the key ring is pretty clever. I'm definitely gonna use that. Thanks again.
    I love my mag.

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    I just got 2 of the new parapolic plugs for free from AGD
    .. Does anyone know if they make um in alluminum?
    thanks
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  3. #33
    Hmm, a few questions I guess:

    So they indeed work on Spyders? They sure look like it.

    How much would they cost for me? Since I own a Spyder.. not a mag

    How would I adjust them on a spyder? Just sand it down? I'm not totally understanding this. The plug covers up any part of the body that the balls could potentially get snagged on? When I examined my gun, only about 1/2 a millimeter of my body was "shelving" out. Is this cause for me to get this? But, my p/f plug is completely flat, so I guess the parabolic design would help anyway, eh?

    Also, someone asked earlier if they came in aluminum or something metal, do they?

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    Originally posted by sneakyhacker420
    EVERYONE WITH A SPYDER

    GET ONE OF THE AGD PARABOLIC POWERFEED PLUGS


    it will fit the spyder powerfeed port, and increases ball feed rate by ALOT

    it kicks @$$ compared to that crappy slanded one that comes stock
    You dont need to sand anything.

    You need this.
    http://store.airgun.com/acb/showdetl..._ID=86&CATID=6
    $7.50


    and this.
    http://store.airgun.com/acb/showdetl..._ID=87&CATID=6
    $2


    You also have to drill a hole in the warp mount.

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  5. #35
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    I have an old plug, and if I used large-bore paint, sometimes they would get stuck, so I chopped paint every 10th shot almost. To move the plug out a little, I put a piece of wire in between the powerfeed tube and the plug. That moved the plug out just enough to solve the problem.

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    i meant slanted... lol... i posted here when i first joined AO
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    i have the old plug, but i do not have any feeding problems.
    My Feedback
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    Automag Classic l 68/3k NitroDuck

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    I am in Canada, and requested one in the comments box on the registration form, do you think I'll get it?

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    At what ROF does this befome a problem? I have a Level 7 pf 'mag and i guess i can get somewhere around 10-12 bps, and i have never had a problem, with balls not feeding after i switched froma 9 to 12 volt revolution.
    I love my mag more than my girlfriend

    level 7 automag powerfeed
    12" J&J ceramic & 12" J&J SS
    12 volt revolution w/ X-Board
    68/3000 Nitro Duck & 68/4500 PMI
    Kapp DZ II, on/off (old Style)
    Dye gas through grip
    ANS Phase II bolt, on/off and reg

  10. #40
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    is it possible for the new power feed to get worn out? It looks like i've had the new one for a while now and it looks kind of worn out.

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