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Stealth19

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  1. Ok... I did separate the receivers and took a closer look. I took a vid, but the forum won't allow me to upload it, smh. Basically what's happening is the piston is moving back and forth, but pretty slow. I mean, slower than it should at least. And I still don't really know how to describe the sound. I guess it's closer to a grinding that whirring, idk. It's weird. I guess I'll just get the gearbox...
  2. I don't really know how else to describe it... it sounds almost like the gears are engaging and giving up 🤔. It's weird. But yes, it pulses twice and stops. The motor does vibrate a lot, but it's pretty loud and hard to tell exactly where the sound is coming from. And there is no MOSFET that I know of. The piston seems fine. Idk... let me know whether or not to just get a gearbox...
  3. Hey, thx for the reply! I did the shim test like you said and it was good. So I put the gun back together and tried again. This time it's making a kinda whirring sound that pulses twice. I'm starting to feel defeated and wondering if I should just get a new gearbox. Is there anything else I should try first, or just get the gearbox?
  4. Hey y'all, I'm new here and would really appreciate some help. So I got this boneyard gun and I've been tinkering with it. It shot right out of the box but with low fps, so I took apart the gearbox and found that the O ring on the piston head was too small. So I changed it, put back together and shot it but it was worse. Turns out, that O ring was too big and was creating too much friction. Took it apart again, fixed that, did a compression test (and it was good), and put it back together. This time the motor would just click. So I took apart again and messed with it, not finding anything, and put it back together. Same problem. So I removed the gearbox, stuck the motor in and pulled the trigger. This time I noticed that the piston just budges a little like the gears can't move it. I'm getting a little annoyed with it and debating whether or not to just get a new gearbox. Any ideas?
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