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    Question How are people achiving such sickeningly fast RT effect?

    Strictly input pressure?
    Sear mod?
    Shortened on/off pin?

    What's your secret?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pgop2.0 View Post
    Strictly input pressure?
    Sear mod?
    Shortened on/off pin?

    What's your secret?
    sear mod not really, shorter on,off can help but really its all about the psi

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    the right input pressure does help. combine the on/off pin length(which will vary with each gun on reactiveness), with different input pressures.

    AFAIK, there is no set formula, i.e. do this and that and you'll get 30bps or change this and get another 5bps. its really trial and error.

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    My gun rts like crazy. Even with a ULT it's hard to shoot just 1ball.

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    I think part of it is trigger pressure. That combined with input pressure and practice. You have to he in that middle point between shooting the marker and having the RT push your finger back. If you can ge just enough pressure to fire the RT kicks you back out pretty easily. Keep that pressure and it will run away.

    My X-valve with stock rt and pin using a ninja SHP can consistently hit 23bps. If I want to shoot 1 ball I have to really pull the trigger and hold it. It will 3rnd burst otherwise. It took practice to figure out what worked best.

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    A good rule of thumb is that an Emag pin (0.712") in the on/off combined with a Ninja SHP reg set to 1100 psi is likely to RT at over 20bps.

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    I have really weak hands, i wonder if that plays a factor.

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