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    Posted: 10 March 2012 at 5:14pm
Hello folks. . . . Ive got a Tippmann 98c With response trigger, cyclone feed, and most recently added an Aluminum powertube and bolt. . . . So when I was adding this part, i  turned my velocity screw all the way in, just to be on the safe side. . . . Took it to our renegade field and it shot fine. . .  although i noticed that my response trigger was no longer working. . . . SO I adjusted that all the way in ( the only way to get any response back ) and then took it to my local field to chrono it. . . . and what i noticed is that ever since i adjusted my response trigger back in. . . It has started chopping balls so my question is with both the velocity screw and the response trigger adjusted all the way in. . . is there some sort of adverse affect that it can cause to my marker? Like should I adjust both of them at the same time? or should i adjust the velocity and then the response trigger? I am totally at a loss. . . . . 
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Get rid of the after-market power tube and bolt.  Tippmann stock internals are generally the best parts for the inside of Tippmanns.  After that, when you readjust your marker, use a chrono to set velocity first then adjust the response trigger.  Some additional velocity adjustment may end up being necessary, but it shouldn't be anything major.
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