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Old 04-02-2004, 12:48 PM   #1
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B2K Valve Installation

First off you are going to need some things.

Allen Wrenches
Standard Sizes
3/8, 5/16, 3/16, 7/64, and 5/64

Lube
Dow33
Dow55
White Lithium

I recommend Dow33.

Tools

1) I find that if you remove your drop, it makes for easier disassembly and assembly.
Drop Removal(Duh!)

2)Remove your HPR, by unscrewing it.
HPR Removal

3)Unscrew the 4 tray screws located in each corner of the tray. Use a 7/64 allen wrench.
Tray Removal Tray Screw Removal

4)If you dont have PDS then skip step 4.
Remove the eye covers with a 5/64 allen wrench.
PDS Removal

5)You need to get the ram out. In order to this you need to remove the bolt and bolt pin.
Bolt Removal

6)Unscrew the ram out the back of the marker. Make sure you unscrew all of the cap and not just the ram spring cap.
Ram Removal Ram taken out

7)Now, remove the LPR, Valve Spring, and Cupseal.
LPR Removal LPR, Valve Spring, and Cupseal

8)In order to push the valve out you will need to unscrew the valve screw and take off the ASA.

Unscrew the valve screw with a 3/16 allen wrench.
Valve Screw Removal Screw Out

9)Get a 5/16 allen wrench and find the allen screw up in the ASA.
ASA Removal

Unscrew the ASA off.
ASA Off

10)Now, locate the valve from the back of the gun.
Valve Back View

11)Get something long and push the valve out the front of the gun. I find that a 3/8ths allen wrench is the perfect length for the valve removal.
Allen Wrench Pushing Valve Valve being pushed out front

12)Get your aftermarket valve and apply some lube to it.
Aftermarket Valve

13)Push the aftermarket valve from the front in, making sure the air outlet hole is facing up.
Aftermarket Installed

Push the valve in, until you cant go any further.

14)Put the valve spring back in, followed by screwing the LPR back in.
Valve Spring and LPR Reinstalled

15)Make sure the valve screw hole is lined up with the valve and reinstall the valve screw with a 3/16 allen wrench.
Screw Reinstall

Make sure that the valve screw is not too loose, but not overly tight. It should be snug.

16)Screw the ram back in.
Ram Install

17)Reinstall your ASA, by lining up the ASA and screwing it in with a 5/16 allen wrench.
ASA Install

18)Once you get the ASA installed, get ready to screw the tray back on with a 7/64 allen wrench. Make sure all wires are tucked and wont get pinched.
No pinched wires/Tray Install Tray On

19)Reinstall bolt, making sure air inlet hole is down.
Air Inlet Down

20)[b]If you dont have PDS, skip this step[b]
Put the PDS covers and Oring detent back in. Make sure you dont pinch any wires. Use a 5/64 allen wrench.
PDS Cover

21)Screw your HPR back on.
Screwing HPR Back On

22)Reattach drop.
Drop on

23)Readjust the regs and go rip some paint!


Hope this helps some people out.

Happy shootin!
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Old 04-02-2004, 12:56 PM   #2
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he has an ICD marker yet in some of hte pics has Smart Parts in i... Impya what have you become
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Old 04-02-2004, 01:00 PM   #3
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he has an ICD marker yet in some of hte pics has Smart Parts in i... Impya what have you become
Dow33 is the only thing SP has going for them.
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Old 04-02-2004, 01:53 PM   #4
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Congrats imp, great work. This will really help some of the people newer to ICD out and I think because of this you'll start getting a better reputation on the ICD forums, since you have been stuggling lately. Now you can roll with the big dogs, like me
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Old 04-02-2004, 01:57 PM   #5
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Congrats imp, great work. This will really help some of the people newer to ICD out and I think because of this you'll start getting a better reputation on the ICD forums, since you have been stuggling lately. Now you can roll with the big dogs, like me
Haha! You wish!
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Old 04-02-2004, 02:01 PM   #6
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Haha! You wish!
I said maybe kid, dont give me that attitude, your pushing your luck.

Yeah sorry for jacking the thread. Ill stop now. Seriously good work, I really appreciate the time and effort you put into this and the whole FAQ. You've done a lot for this ICD forum, and I applaud you for that. Thanks again man.

BTW nice bruise/welt thingy on your left hand. You dont have do draw battle scars on yourself to prove yourself to us imp.
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Old 04-02-2004, 02:14 PM   #7
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BTW nice bruise/welt thingy on your left hand. You dont have do draw battle scars on yourself to prove yourself to us imp.
The bruise/welt thinkgy is what happens after you hit your hand with a dremel cutting bit and then let it heal for a month.
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