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Old 05-16-2007, 12:29 PM   #1
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New DM/PM? Quick Tips here!! All new users look!

A couple easy tips to keep your Matrix happy and healthy.

The Uber Tip- Read manual, its handy, helpful and possibly the best one out there!

#1 Lube your bolt frequently, inspect o-rings.

#2 A good battery goes a long way

#3 Be gentle and caring for your wiring, pulling too hard on the plugs is a good way to mess things up, be gentle.

#4 Your Hyper2, SMALL turns! These regs are pretty touchy unless yours has been used for 1 year +, for the love of stable pressures, small turns on your Hyper2! This is one of those BIG PROBLEMS I see a lot of, turning your reg too much and blowing the top hat o-ring off, or turning it too low and causing leaks and/or dropoff.

#5 LEAVE YOUR LPR ALONE!!! ( Rail owners, you don't have one, disregard.)
The lpr doesn't need to be touched. Please don't use "mad teching skills" to lower your markers kick. You bought a Matrix for the lack of recoil.

#6 HP or LP will be fine for your DM/PM no matter what anyone says.

#7 Unless you notice a problem, don't take your noid, regs or eyes apart/ out of the marker. Even if you do, I recommend seeking tech support of some kind

#8
Velocity is adjusted by the Hyper2 reg, not the lpr. Your dwell should stay at stock unless you notice its too high or low.

#9 Many modifications to your bolt can and will not work out well if you have no idea what you are doing, leave things alone, your bolt works amazing stock. Leaving your Matrix alone is the best way to make it work awesome.

#10 Good paint is the cornerstone to accuracy, consistancy, and having a great shooting marker. You spent hundreds on this marker, don't go cheap on paint.

PMR TIP* Make sure you line up the back cap right, I just saw someone install it horribly wrong and he dented his first three rows of threading. BAD NEWS!

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