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    Posted: 29 June 2011 at 11:34pm
I just stuck a Clippard MEV-2 on my 98, will be getting the Super R/T on it soon. Just a quick question: Is a TechT Vortex Mod neccessary for this mod also??
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I really want to learn more about paintball. This thread is helping me to gain more knowledge about paintball. I also really want to know more about the guns and there components.
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If anybody is looking for the Super R/T QEV upgrade (aka, the Clippard mod), it's available on Ebay at
 
 
Or just search for "Tippmann Cyclone Mod"
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this is a very cool mod ..
but i have a Question..
i recently just got an A5, and the cyclone feeder ractchet broke on me. Now tippmann is sending me an updated ratchet for my A5. DO i have to do this mod shown in this thread? or its not necessary?
also do i have to upgrade to the Techt upgrades?
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Great informative lesson... i'm new to tippmann guns and trying to figure out what my guy has on it... thanks.
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The problem is, any shorter and they kink.  If it kinks, you won't get any air.  I was thinking maybe slightly longer hoses.  I have some extra hose if I need to give it more slack.  If you referring to the space that appears between the Tee and each hose, that is the hex head on the removable barbs.  The hoses are fully seated.

It seems to work great so far.  Shoots very fast although I'm still using CO2.  I can freeze a CO2 tank up in no time, even on a 70 degree day.  I have a new HPA tank on the way.  I can't wait to see how it shoots when it can't freeze up anymore. 

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long enough hoses?
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What do you guys think.  The thing can shoot faster than it ever did.


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I added a QEV to my cyclone a few months ago.  I was so happy with it, I bought a bunch of custom fittings and rigged one onto the R/T too.  I'll post a pic up soon.  It looks a bit weird at first, but it made the R/T really fast.
 
I already had a Cyclone R/T adapter kit with the 1/8" ID tubbing.  From Palmer's I bought a High Flow T without barbs.  I bought a 1/8" barb for the R/T side, and a 3/32 barb for the Cyclone side.  I used the smaller tubing & elbow that came stock with the cyclone for it's air.  Then I used a High Flow Swivel lock QEV where the air goes into the grip.  I threaded the 1/8 air adjustment fitting into the input side of the QEV, and used a slightly longer hose to make the curve without kinking.  Like I said, looks a little weird, but the speed is intimidating.
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did this today and loveing it. got lots of 1/8in ID line left over let me know if you need some its Red
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mabye i missed it but would u mind putting up the parts list for just what i need for the super rt
also will this work on the new platnum seris with act
also to get these parts i just call tippmann and they will send them to me and at what cost


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Hmm, I don't know why so much people are having a hard
time with this, my super response trigger works fine and
it worked on the first time I installed it. I like it
alot better than the stock basic response trigger too,
it's alot easier to hold the sweet spot and raised my
bps by a few as well.

For you guys who said you reached bps in the 20s, how
did you do it?? I can hit 17bps, I can hit it easily so
that's not a problem, but I cannot seem to reach
anywhere higher. I was wondering if the Dark Horizon
Titanium Hammer would be worth getting for increasing my
rate of fire with it if anyone has any experience with
that.

Overall, if anyone has any ways of getting a super
response trigger to fire in the 20bps range easily, I'd
love to hear more. Here's a video of my super response
trigger and such if it helps anyone out as to what to
expect from it, check it out.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5f31zs6MCU



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Originally posted by roamingrican roamingrican wrote:

Ok so i tested the new setup and tweaked the specs a bit. The tubing going to the cyclone should remain 1/16" id (on the older a5s the excess gas forces the piston too far causing the cyclone to stick not good) plus the difference in air pressure between the responce and cyclone gave me an extra 2 bps bringing the official chrono to 22 bps
if you have the newer style a5 than youre in luck all you have to do is replace the 90, barb and tubing going to the response  leave the  cyclone alone  saves time and money too  older style a5s  beware  the only place i found a 10-32  x 1/8  barb  x  1/16  adjustable t  was at clippard and they want a lot of $ for it www.clippard.com

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so i will have to change the heading to a5 r/t upgrade for less than 45$ not as appealing huh?

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You're better off finding a Clippard parts dealer in your area, that is what I did.  It was a 20 minute drive, but cheaper than $20 of shipping, and there was pretty much no markup on anything... an MEV was like $6, they just gave me the hose (it's hose, not tube, there's a difference) because I only needed a small piece, and a pack of 8 barbs was like $2.
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Hello, I found out something really interesting.  Tippmann's don't like the cold weather even with HPA.

Here's what happens, the stock tube that connects between valve body (on the outside of the gun) to the cyclone power tube develops a blockage of ice in low temps, hence 32degree or below temps.  The air that is being pushed at that point has nowhere to go, when theory it should really be pushing the rod back and forth for the cyclone feeder to operate.  I have found two things that can be done. 

Take the barbs off a long with the hose, and run a small paper clip through it to push out any crap that builds up inside.

Or the other option is go with a bigger hose.  I found some stuff that maybe would shed some light on what you guys have been looking for all along:

http://www.palmer-pursuit.com/cart/index.php?main_page=produ ct_info&cPath=1_17&products_id=89

http://www.palmer-pursuit.com/cart/index.php?main_page=produ ct_info&products_id=38

http://www.palmer-pursuit.com/cart/index.php?main_page=index &cPath=56

http://www.palmer-pursuit.com/cart/index.php?main_page=produ ct_info&cPath=56&products_id=764

 

Hope these links help-palmer is a little on the expensive side, but you get what you pay for, an excellent product!

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Listen Slave2no1, go and register yourself at www.pbreview.com/forums and they will help you there. I posted before you and as you can see no help has been posted. Anyways i already found out what i needed. If you go to tippmannparts.com and order "Adapter for 98 with Cyclone Feed and RT
T299003" This is the whole kit that you need but also you will need to add TA05018 1/8" ID Hose 3-1/4" Long [A-5RT,98CRT,CProRT,X7R]
TA05018-BK because the hoses that the kit brings is for the 98 and they are to short for the a-5 in case you have an a-5.

 

Hope this was helpfull enough and once again go to the other site. A lot better.

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When calling Tippmann about the parts for this mod, what do I need to tell them and ask for?
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Quick question for everyone who can help here, to see if i get this straight after reading all 7 pages of data posted here. I want to do this mod to an A-5 i will be getting in this week but i see here that there are people who this did not work for them? Am i correct? Also i see a million places where you can get this parts, which one is the best or are all the same thing? Thanks

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Ok so i tested the new setup and tweaked the specs a bit. The tubing going to the cyclone should remain 1/16" id (on the older a5s the excess gas forces the piston too far causing the cyclone to stick not good) plus the difference in air pressure between the responce and cyclone gave me an extra 2 bps bringing the official chrono to 22 bps
if you have the newer style a5 than youre in luck all you have to do is replace the 90, barb and tubing going to the response  leave the  cyclone alone  saves time and money too  older style a5s  beware  the only place i found a 10-32  x 1/8  barb  x  1/16  adjustable t  was at clippard and they want a lot of $ for it www.clippard.com

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so i will have to change the heading to a5 r/t upgrade for less than 45$ not as appealing huh?

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so i've been tracking the "Super R/T" setup for a while now and i have some good info i just ordered parts for two A5s and enough hose to build 200 kits

1 x Black Polyethylene Tubing 100ft., 3/16" $5.00
1 x A10T3 - 1/8" BARB BRASS ADJUSTABLE TEE $1.79
4 x A10LB3 - 1/8" BARB BRASS ADJUSTABLE ELBOW $5.84
2 x B3-O - 1/8" BRASS BARB WITH O-RING $1.24
i got the parts from poweraire.com for $13 and change and the shipping was $9.98

now i bought parts for both the older A5s with the banjo "T" fitting and the new A5s with 3 banjo 90s and the flow control for less than tippmann parts was selling its upgrade kit for 1 older A5 (the newer markers do not need a "T" but rather 3 90 degree banjos[couldn't find this kit anywhere]) the original flow control can be re-used but you will have to remove the 1/16" barb from it (i removed the whole needle valve from the outer flow control housing by unscrewing the flow control from the brass spacer that attaches it to the receiver, after unscrewing it the needle valve comes up out of the outer housing[careful not to lose the bottom o-ring] now the outer housing has no rubber material in it so you can heat it up with a lighter and while holding the barb with a needlenose pliers you can grasp the flow control housing with another set of pliers and twist {the heat softens the glue tippmann used to assemble the flow control and the barb} the barb will unscrew and you can install your new 1/8" barb) now just cut your hose to the length of the old ones install the "T" or 90 to one end the flow control to the other and do the same for the cyclone and you'll be in business for less than $20

i will be testing my home made mod this weekend will repost with results

btw my goal is to have a mechanical trigger that is faster and cheaper than an e-grip


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