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    M-90 Pneu Frame Assembly

    I hope this is helpful to anyone wanting to install the Cyberwave Pneu kit in there M-90 Emancipator frame
    Enjoy!!!


    1-Receive your M-90 Emancipator Frame in the mail from Tuna...



    2-Take out contents...







    3-Install your included trigger stops




    4-Install your included trigger return magnets



    5-Install the MSV-2 activation rod from your Cyberwave pneu kit
    (you may have to trim the rod down, i found that using a plastic Q-tip shaft works fairly well as it wont scratch your finish, and it is easier to trim down)

    Last edited by kwood; 12-05-2009 at 03:51 PM.

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    6-Install you MSV-2 w/ lever from your Cyberwave kit, with the included mounting screws)



    ...notice the small details that magnus put into this frame to make the install nice and easy
    check out the groove cut into the frame just for the mounting screws to slide in and out smoothly



    7-Install the LP hose on your Cyberwave MPA-3 before sliding into position in the frame



    8-Place your Cyberwave MPA-3 into the frame, then secure into position with the included set screws




    9-Thread your LPR into the pre-drilled/tapped inside your frame
    (you may have to remove the LP hose fitting to screw it into place)



    10-Connect the LP hoses
    The MPA-3 hose goes into the front fitting of the MSV-2(closest to the trigger)
    and the LPR hose goes to the back fitting of the MSV-2

    Last edited by kwood; 01-07-2010 at 04:31 PM.

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    11- ship your CP Dirent Mount On/Off ASA to Loguzzzzzz for modification
    when you get it back, take the provided o-ring and rest, and center it over the LPR hole in the bottom of your M-90 frame and mount your asa on there nice and snug







    From here on you will need to fine tune your Pneu mag kit
    there are different preferences on how to do that so if you have any questions on tuning your cyberwave kit, post up and hopefully one of us can help you out


    Thanks Magnus, Tunaman, Loguzzzzz, and everyone else who helped me on this project
    i hope this thread helps anyone wanting an M-90 pneumag set up
    Last edited by kwood; 02-12-2010 at 01:12 PM.

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    Its so simple even a caveman can do it!

    Now I really want one!!!

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    Kwood - you might have to trim the top of the MSV2 lever down a tad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil
    Kwood - you might have to trim the top of the MSV2 lever down a tad.
    yeah i was wondering about that, i havent run air through it yet
    but i saw that as a potential problem

    i dont know where in the trigger pull the MSV-2 activates so ill see once my asa gets back from its make over

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwood
    yeah i was wondering about that, i havent run air through it yet
    but i saw that as a potential problem

    i dont know where in the trigger pull the MSV-2 activates so ill see once my asa gets back from its make over

    I just started doing some measurements and taking pics. There is some info that can be helpful.
    http://www.bigevilonline.com/showthr...9928#post39928

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil
    Kwood - you might have to trim the top of the MSV2 lever down a tad.
    I have to trim mine. Didnt feel like going out again in the snow to go to the shed to use the grinder. Itll be down tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil
    I just started doing some measurements and taking pics. There is some info that can be helpful.
    http://www.bigevilonline.com/showthr...9928#post39928
    is that measurement of the MSV-2 before or after trimming down the lever?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwood
    is that measurement of the MSV-2 before or after trimming down the lever?
    Pretty sure that's after trimming...

    "MSV2 lever: trim to approx this size" (1.578)

    EDIT: How do you like the Sabre trigger? This is a clone of mine but I haven't installed the pneus yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zondo
    Pretty sure that's after trimming...

    "MSV2 lever: trim to approx this size" (1.578)

    EDIT: How do you like the Sabre trigger? This is a clone of mine but I haven't installed the pneus yet.

    I like the feel of the sabre quite a bit actually

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    How much does the frame plus pneu kit cost ready to go out the door??
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    Quote Originally Posted by bojangles1983
    How much does the frame plus pneu kit cost ready to go out the door??
    well you would have to buy the pney kit from cyber here...
    http://www.automags.org/forums/showthread.php?t=226161

    and then the frame from magnus

    the frame cost 245 and it comes pre-drilled and tapped for the installation

    you will also need a modified cp asa if you are going to run a sleeper set up
    if you want a frame i would get over to magnus' thread real soon, get his email address and tell him you want a frame in the second run because he is making limited quantities and those who contact him get one pretty much

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    So did anyone else notice the hole in front of the field strip screw??

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil
    So did anyone else notice the hole in front of the field strip screw??
    yeah is that for running an LPR hose out of the frame to....lets say an LPR on a classic RT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwood
    yeah is that for running an LPR hose out of the frame to....lets say an LPR on a classic RT?
    it's for resetting the sear for when you need to remove the valve.
    yes, I've noticed Used it a couple of times already

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwilightG
    it's for resetting the sear for when you need to remove the valve.
    yes, I've noticed Used it a couple of times already
    I was wondering how I'd do that once I have the Cheater installed, glad to know there's already a solution in place
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwilightG
    it's for resetting the sear for when you need to remove the valve.
    yes, I've noticed Used it a couple of times already
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    this guy thought of everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwood
    genius
    this guy thought of everything
    I used to curse the gods every time I had to remove my grips to trip the sear....

    This frame gets better and better everyday.

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    My cp asa got lost in the mail on its way to loguzzz
    i guess that means the completion of the frame/this thread will be delayed a little

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwood

    My cp asa got lost in the mail on its way to loguzzz
    i guess that means the completion of the frame/this thread will be delayed a little
    Ugh, I just mailed mine off... hope it makes it.

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    Loguzzzzzzzz is going to be busy!

    I've been wondering what that hole was for. I love the engineering and forethought that went into this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zondo
    Loguzzzzzzzz is going to be busy!

    I've been wondering what that hole was for. I love the engineering and forethought that went into this.

    How about the slots in the trigger shelf? Looks like they are for the ram air line



    Shirow has a clear pic of the top here
    http://www.automags.org/forums/showthread.php?t=247366

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil
    How about the slots in the trigger shelf? Looks like they are for the ram air line



    Shirow has a clear pic of the top here
    http://www.automags.org/forums/showthread.php?t=247366

    i think you are right on that one because i remember magnus saying that he had added those slots for the lpr hose, i used it for that purpose when i mounted the ram in mine frame

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smoothice
    Its so simple even a caveman can do it!
    Well, if I can do it, then a caveman can definitely do it.

    Thanks for the thread, kwood


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    Quote Originally Posted by zondo
    Well, if I can do it, then a caveman can definitely do it.

    Thanks for the thread, kwood

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwood
    accidental double post
    Pssst! You can delete your own posts, look right at the top when you go to edit

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaintballEngineer
    Pssst! You can delete your own posts, look right at the top when you go to edit
    well how about that
    ya learn something new everyday

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    My Asa cane in today so hopefully I'll get this finished today or tomorrow

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