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AA Pro Sport Bluprint Tune- Project smoooooooooth

Discussion in 'Airgun Data Center' started by Dunkman, Nov 29, 2010.

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    Just finished putting my pro sport back together chrono’d at 11.8 super smooth and incredibly quite
     

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    I’ve got a mtc mamba lite going on next
     
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    I’ve got a ww tuning kit on its way for my pro elite I’ll get some pictures up when it’s been rebuilt
     
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    My pro elite stock the same as my pro sport I’ve added a little alloy spacer on the butt pad I’m in the middle of polishing my mounts up still
     

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    Got the pro elite put back together fresh seals new spring and a dam right good polish on the internals
     

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    My apocalypse rifles lol
     

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    Has anyone fitted a vortek tuning kit to a pro sport and if so is it straight forward enough
     
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    Tx has finally turned up :nana:
     

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    Thanks for sharing! Excellent thread, I enjoyed reading it and will give my PS .22 the same treatment when I have the time.
    Here's a pic of mine, just to illustrate this post :) .

    [​IMG]

    Did anyone already find out what influence the transfer port size has on muzzle energy and shot cycle?

    Sent from my mobile phone
     
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    im more than happy with the shot cycle of mine so haven't tampered with the transfer port...come to think of it ive not seen anyone adjusting the size of there transfer ports !
     
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    I did it with a HW77k .177. Here is a graph Leo Bokkum made, it makes visible what happens with what diameter.

    [​IMG]

    Don't confuse it with a Pro Sport, this is only for a HW77/97 .177!

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    yes ive know people do it with hw's after they have reduced piston weight but not seen anyone do it with a tx/prosport.
     
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    Hello to All,

    If you can, shoot a Tony Leach 22mm TX conversion.

    For me, absolutely sublime.

    Have fun :)

    Best regards

    Russ
     
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    Hi all , I would be most interested to hear peoples views and experiences on the tL 22mm conversion as well .

    cheers , Ian
     

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