This particular trigger has a small screw connecting the two hinging parts. I initially intended for it to be a lockout screw, turning it into a "normal" E-Mag trigger. I would advise against doing this though, because it's probably going to be to weak to put up with the hammering of the sear rod in mech and hybrid mode. It would work if you just use it in E-mode, but then, you'll be missing out on all the fun!
As it stands, the Enhancer design is extremely finnicky, and very difficult to get dialed in just right. This is why I don't sell it. It's a combination of the right spring, the right pressure input, and a very tender trigger finger. I set up three fully functioning Enhancer back around 2001, just before I left for Germany, and when they ran, they were impeccable...nothing like what you see in the prototype video. They just screamed. The sad thing was that they couldn't just be taken out of one Mag and then put in another. THere wopuld always be issues. I would recommend picking one certain E-Mag, and keeping the trigger for that gun only. I found that trying different types of springs made a difference, and if one felt too stiff, I'd just clip it down bit by bit until it felt right.
Of course, some springs don't work at all. You will really need a lot of time, patience, air, and above all, a good crisp edged sear and bolt. They don't have to be brand new, and I'm not even positive that it makes a difference, but I felt that having a rounded bolt/sear connection led to miscycling more often than with a sharper edged set. The really nice feature on my E-Mag triggers is the adjustable Magnets, and on this Enhancer, both of the Magnets are adjustable, allowing you to dial into some pretty tight trigger pulls in E-mode. I'm really interested to see how this all works out. Alas, I have never tried one of these triggers on an E-Mag before.