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    RT Pro Weight

    Hey everyone, I have a more or less stock RT Pro, other than having a ULE body and a Intelliframe what can I do to lighten it up a bit. I am going to have the rail milled out.. Is there any milling to be done to the intelliframe? I am not in the market to get an x valve which I know would be a nice bit of weight savings but I have other things to pay for at the moment. Thanks.


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    Pic of exactly what you are starting with will help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mobius V View Post
    Hey everyone, I have a more or less stock RT Pro, other than having a ULE body and a Intelliframe what can I do to lighten it up a bit. I am going to have the rail milled out.. Is there any milling to be done to the intelliframe? I am not in the market to get an x valve which I know would be a nice bit of weight savings but I have other things to pay for at the moment. Thanks.
    barrel is always big help for getting the weight down

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    I run a freak aluminum back and tip so I know theres not much more weight savings to be had from my barrel.

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    Here I am with it if you can see it..

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    You can have the rail and Intelli milled out to lose weight. You can also change the forgrip to something smaller and lighter after you get the rail milled. After that you are looking at an X valve. Mabey try a shorter barrel tip or a CF tip if you like them.

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    A carbon fiber fore-grip will lose some weight for you.
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