The eblade (or any version of an electronic Autococker) is considered by many as the most difficult paintball gun to maintain in working order. It requires more tweaking and adjusting than any other gun on the market. Itís because of this required maintenance that many people opt to trade in there Autococker for a gun that requires less maintenance.
We have come up with a series of easy to follow steps that will keep any eblade shooting laser beams of paint. This video takes you through the entire set-up, and teaches you step by step how to maintain and tweak your Eblade, Worrblade or Select Fire trigger frames. This video will take any Eblade or Worrblade and make it shoot over 20 balls per second. We do this by teaching you how to input custom timing and trigger settings, as well as correctly adjust the pressures for the new timing settings. This video is must for any Electronic Autococker owner.
What it covers:
Maintaining and Adjusting the Hammer and Lug
How to Lubricate the Lug and Sear
Adjusting the Bolt, Back Block, and Cocking Rod
Installing Custom Settings for 21 BPS
Fine Tuning the Pressures
Other Tips and Tricks
The TechT Eblade : 202 is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
If your tired of paying someone to work on your auto cocker this movie is for you. I was so impressed on the step by step instructions how to clean, lube, and tune your marker.
It so hard to get something done if your not sure how it works or how to do it but once you learn its a breeze~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ NO JOKE!
I have and would recommend this video to any cocker owner!
I've used information from other sites, but it really helps to see what you are doing and how to do it.
2004 WGP Orracle w/Eblade
Sly Infamous Barrel kit (16inch)
CP ASA w/on/off & rail
Zero B Board
Step by step instruction, walks thru each step clearly
Prior to purchasing the video, the only thing I could do was clean lube and adjust the hammer, sear, and sweet spot the reg. Now sweet spotting the reg is very critical in the performance of the marker and should not be overlooked.
The video takes you through each step thoroughly, showing you exactly how to adjust and even make changes to your Custom settings in your e-blade. Understanding them is what kept me from getting my sons Karnivor to perform at it's maximum performance.
What you will need to understand is even the authors settings may not be the best for your markers operation. Infact I had to increase the "COFF" setting so that the marker wouldn't shoot down during "quick rapping" of the trigger. The rest of his settings worked extremely well.
I may try to vary them to see what effect they have on the performance, but right now I am very pleased.
If you own an "E-Bladed Autococker" I can't stress enough how beneficial this video is. Not only is the video informative, but there is also a website where you can still contact Todd who will help you in the right direction.
I would also watch the video a couple of times just so you understand what it is that you will be doing, and it also helps to have your marker right in front of you while you are watching so you can just make the changes etc. .