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amzng_spyderman 12-04-2004 09:41 PM

timing faq
this is the faq thread for timing.

What is timing?
Lug/Firing Point
3 Way/Recocking Point
Back Block
Cocking Rod

clownracer v2 12-05-2004 06:54 AM

timing vid from cocker tech

disorder024 12-05-2004 04:54 PM

Here is a Mech-Timing game that teaches you how to time a cocker...

Timing Game

BigPapaJester 12-05-2004 06:32 PM

Disorder--that timing game explained a lot and is amazing!! I learned so much!

tlplusgamer 03-12-2005 06:28 AM

that an amzing game thank you so much.

JD291 03-19-2005 07:13 PM

Click on the "Navagation" in the upper left top. Then adjust from there.

Acepaintballr08 03-20-2005 11:25 AM

Thank the timing game
yes the timing game owns helped me out big time thx!

Cruor Vult 03-31-2005 04:06 PM

I can't get the link to work

Mder 03-31-2005 04:15 PM

I learned from the timing game. Yet the first time I timed a cocker I did it backwards. It became a spyder.

Andrew Orde 03-31-2005 04:17 PM

both work. Try again.

nycowboy8 03-31-2005 04:25 PM

you mean spyder as in choping and ultra blow-back?

jonny D. 04-04-2005 04:09 PM

When I shoot my cocker every now and then the marker will cycle but a ball won't feed into the chamber. Is this because my timing is somewhat of?

Andrew Orde 04-04-2005 04:31 PM


Rassafrass 09-15-2005 07:39 PM

If I recall, the optimum timing for a Cocker would mean there are no chops, the gun fires first, THEN opens the bolt (obvious), and it opens far enough to allow reliable feeding at all times. That, and if you time it just right, you get a tad bit of suction in the chamber, which helps with feeding.

aimedplanet 09-16-2005 09:21 AM

What is the easiest way to troubleshoot an E-cocker? I'm hvaing some problems with my marker (setup in sig) I don't want to leave my baby at the proshop again, plus I'd like to figure this out so I know for next time. Any help would be great.

Uziel Gal 09-16-2005 10:46 AM

Have a look at pages 80 to 83 of your E2 manual (or 81 to 84 of the online manual): -

Online E2 manual

If these trouble shooting suggestions don't resolve your problem, describe what is happening in detail, and one of us can probably assist you with it.

aimedplanet 09-16-2005 10:51 AM

Nevermind, I had to get it done quick so I went to my proshop and found out my trigger pull and release was too fast and my hammer lug was down a bit too far. No biggy. Thanks anyway Uziel. PS I looked in the manual and couldn't figure it out. Thanks again!

Cockerman_Ray 01-26-2006 03:04 PM

Trilogy Pro
What all can you time on a trilogy pro?? My gun is hissing alittle bit right before it fires.. what do i adjust?? And is there any way you can make the trigger pull a little faster and shorter?? Thanks guys,

Dark Master 01-26-2006 03:08 PM

You can adjust the Lug depth, cocking rod, and back block. Is it hissing out of the 3-way? That's normal. It's venting the air from the back of the ram before it sends air to the front of the ram.

Yes, you need to remove the grips on the frame, and look for a hole on the inside of the frame. It adjusts the post travel if you must say. The farther the screw is up, the sear will stop sooner.

You could also look into a Shaft kit and a new frame with trigger stops on it. Or look into a electronic frame.

Uziel Gal 01-26-2006 03:35 PM

I do not believe that the Trilogy Pro frame has the adjustment screw, but an Orracle Cam Adjuster can be fitted in place of the Trilogy frames safety catch to allow some trigger adjustment. Otherwise you would need a new frame with pre-installed trigger stop screws.

Depending on how short you want to adjust your trigger, you may need to adjust the firing and re-cocking points in the trigger to ensure that they occur within the reduced travel of the trigger. The firing point can be adjusted on the Trilogy Pro by turning the hammer lug, but to adjust the cocking point, you will need to add the TechT Shaft kit to your marker.

You can also remove the clip spring from the front of the grip frame to lighten the trigger pull, or swap the sear spring for a lighter one.

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