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    decisions

    should I melt the revy to go around the warp feed hose or should I cut a hole in the revy and run the hose thru it.

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    Cut or melt a hole.

    I melted one and didn't like it. The other side is now a spare part.

    It's cleaner with a hole. Heat up a knife to cut the hole its easier then a dremmel


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    I bet a forstner drill bit would do magic for that.

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    I would use a hole saw...


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    Keep the blimp on top. Why add more weight to an already heavy gun...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobody View Post
    Keep the blimp on top. Why add more weight to an already heavy gun...
    Not that it will matter or change anything.......

    X2

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    nostalgia, besides going remote air is taking a 3 lb tank off the marker so i net a 2 lb loss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobody View Post
    Keep the blimp on top. Why add more weight to an already heavy gun...
    never thought about it but blimp is a good name for them.

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    Got that from Beemer. He infected me with the name...

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    If you offset the angle of the Warp enough you don't have to do neither...just my 2€ents

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobody View Post
    Keep the blimp on top. Why add more weight to an already heavy gun...
    Quiet Sally, your noodle arms are a testament to you lack of knowledge and absence from the way of the warp.

    A hole saw and dremel are your friend in this case. I recommend only drilling one side of the shell. Allows for super tight setup. I guess doing half and half might allow bringing it even closer , but then thumb clearance becomes an issue.

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    I second the hole saw idea. Much cleaner and you can rent them at local hardware stores if you don't already have one.

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