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Thread: Level 10 Problem

  1. #1
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    Thumbs down Level 10 Problem

    I am having problems with my level 10, it will cycle fine when I keep the shots per second low, but as soon a I try to actually fire normal rof, the bolt will only cycle half way every thrid or so shot.

    Thanks Hills

    I have tried to change springs, shims and carriers.

    wtf

    micro- emag two shims .5 ring(one with just a dot) cut spring crossfire tank 800-850
    Last edited by ah137; 10-17-2002 at 08:37 PM.
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    what's your input? and what are you level 10 settings? what type of valve?

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    I had a similar problem when I first installed my level 10. I was getting "shootdown" so to speak. All I did was take apart the valve, and UBER-oil it. Then, I put it back together, and it worked fine. I don't know WHY it worked, just that it did. So, give that a try.
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    I have oiled it after ever time I reassemble it so like 7 times not helpin

    Thanks though Hills

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    Thumbs up

    help please?

    Do I need to go down a spring size and go up a carrier size?

    Later Hills

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    Sounds like some bolt stick. Go to the biggest carrier that doesn't leak.

    Tuna showed me a trick this past weekend. The carrier w/ Oring should be able to dangle the bolt if you hold it by the carrier, but it should have a little sway to it, not REALLY tight.

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