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Regged .177 S200 Shot Count.

Discussion in 'Technical' started by squib, May 9, 2020.

  1. squib

    squib Posting Addict

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    I fitted an external lane reg to my S200, but other than tweaking the TP screw and hammer spring, I didn’t do anything else.

    in the Comprehensive instructions, Lane describes drilling out the TP through the block ( and IIRC ) into the barrel, and setting the spring force on the exhaust valve to quite a specific weight - I haven’t done any of that.

    my question is, to anyone that has done the full lot of mods and adjustments, what was your useable shot count? I get 60, are there any decent gains to be made ?


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  2. squib

    squib Posting Addict

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    Nobody done a .177 s200 with all the trimmings?
     
  3. dazgrif30

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    Try drilling tranfer port bigger and ajust exhaust spring tension more tension as will not be wasting air

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  4. squib

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    That’s what the instructions say, but was hoping for some actual numbers. I didn’t fancy stripping the gun down for 5 extra shots.
     
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  5. dazgrif30

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    U should see extra 30 shots I'd imagine when done properly

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  6. Pete2

    Pete2 Normal fella - allegedly

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    My s200 is like yours, no other alterations apart from a longer lightweight cylinder.
    I'm happy with consistency and shot count
     
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  7. Tycho4077

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    unregged my S200 (just bought second hand) just gave me 89 shots above 10.5ft lb and didn't drop below 11ft lb until shot 85, with the the highest reading gave 13.1ft lb (hammer spring slackened to make it legal after)
     
  8. dm800

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    is it really worth putting a reg in an s200? they are so bloody accurate as standard.
     
  9. Tycho4077

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    put one in my 22 and forgot to make the adjustments to capitalise on it now have to strip it again, i love the s200 i have 3 lol.
     
  10. 1260engineer

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    Do bug...ger all mate let it settle :thumb: my lane reg has been it a couple of days and today it pulled a blinder :up:
     
  11. woodyrapid7

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    Hi buddy, hopefully I’ll receive my mk2 .177 next week, it’s had all the trimmings done, drilled out to 3.2 mm altaros lightweight cylinder with gauge and lane reg, the guy has told me it’s shooting at 765fps and gives 70+ very consistent shots. I can’t wait to get my hands on it.
     
  12. Air arms boy

    Air arms boy Wear sunscreen!

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    Yes I’ve done a full tune on a cz200 .177 with a lane external Reg..

    altaros 150cc ally cylinder
    Lane external Reg 105bar
    Lane spacer on valve spring
    Altaros quick fill (factory WIKA gauge)
    TP drilled to 3.3mm

    It’s all be tried and tested by rob lane so there’s nothing to disbelieve you either choose to go the hole hog or you don’t ...
     
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  13. Reevo17

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    Morning, mk3 s200 here

    Huma reg 75 bar and 85 bang on shots 90 useable

    When it was .22 I had over 100.

    Valve screw wound in and backed out 1 turn (make sure you use loctite or this will back out)

    Venturi fully opened

    Adjusted on hammer spring - 780fps on 8.4AADF

    Hope it helps
     
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