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Lb Pump Relocation

04 November 2009 - 09:14 PM

Lightning Blitz
20” of PETG
Hot glue
2’ of 1/8” vinyl tubing
2 1/8” barbed vinyl tubing connectors
Mighty putty
½” CPVC 90
Rubber Gloves

Reccomended Tools:
Belt Sander
Hot glue gun
Hot water, (sink)

Alright lets get to the mod…

Here is your stock LB.

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Now lets take a look at the internals.

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This is it’s tank it’s a backpressure tank, (Obviously to some)

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The trigger mechanism.

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The pump looks like this.

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First will start with plugging the pump although you can't really tell from the picture...

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Now we’ll rebarrel our gun.

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I used about 4” of PETG, and deburred the edge because I cut it on a bandsaw.

Take out the internals.
Make 2 cuts, here
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And here
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Now you have to take your 2’ of Vinyl tubing
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And 1/8” barbed connector
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Put those together by heating up one end of the tubing and sticking it in.
I used a kitchen sink.

Then it should look like this.

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Next cut your shell here
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And here
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Power Stocked Eliminator.

01 July 2009 - 10:46 AM

Alright, this is my new eliminator.

Materials/tools needed:

2 1/2" of 17/32 brass.
Different sized drill bits.
Phillips head screwdriver.
Pen spring.
Crossfire spring.
15/16" I.D. 1" O.D. Pipe.
1/2 CPVC coupler.
Hot glue sticks.
Hot glue gun.

First off here is the final product.

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Start with the stock gun.

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Open it up, and you see the internals.

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Here is the trigger assembly, (with pen spring).

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Here is the plunger assembly.

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Step 1: Take a small drill bit, and drill out the peg through the back of the plunger tube.

Step 2: Take a much larger drill bit and drill out the rest through the bigger hole in the plunger tube.

Step 3: Punch out the rest, (if there is any) with a screwdriver.

Step 4: Hammer in the 2 1/2" peice of 17/32 brass.

This is what it should look like.

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Step 5: Take your 15/16" I.D. 1" O.D. Pipe and cut it down to 4".

Step 6: EDIT: Cut off the back of the slider bar, which unfortunately leaves only one screw hole.

Step 7: Take your CPVC coupler and FILL it with hot glue.

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Step 8: Hot glue the coupler into your 15/16" I.D. 1" O.D. Pipe.

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EDIT: Step 9 1/2: Wrap E-tape around the plunger tube, similar to what you would do to a recon.

Step 9: Place your crossfire spring in the 15/16" I.D. 1" O.D. Pipe.

Step 10: Replace catch spring with pen spring.

Step 11: Screw it together.

Step 12: Secure your 15/16" I.D. 1" O.D. Pipe to the back of the eliminator SHELL with Hot Glue, Epoxy, or Mighty Putty.

Step 13: Attach the slider bar.

Then you are done.

The ranges are,

With a stock dart fired 4 times:

Average range: 60ft.

With a stefan fired 4 times.

Average range: 55ft.

I know it seems like a spike in range, but all shots WERE taken flat.

Not quite sure why stefans had a shorter range...

The ranges were taken with a level.

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and a tape measure.