|1. If I want my velocity to go higher what must I do to the dwell(higher or lower).|
Keep your dwell where you are at. If you like the LPR pressure and the anti-chop of the GBR is working well, raise your HPR pressure instead to attain a higher velocity.
|2. What is the best bolt?(to reduce kick)|
Stock bolt is great unless you get blowback. Bolts don't really reduce kick. Lowering your LPR pressure will reduce kick.
|3.What way do you tune lpr adjustments for the gbr? Is it the same as the stock?|
Identical to stock. The GBR is meant to work just as the stock ram. The piston stem reduces the amount of force the ram can receive until air can hit the large face of the piston.
|4. Should I use eyes with the gbr? The best setting for eyes with gbr on the chaos board?|
Sure, the GBR is meant to compliment eyes on a PDS equipped marker. Best setting is whatever works, though you may want to try this:
Eye Delay - 5ms
Scope - ON
|5. How do I clean the Gbr? What kind of Lube? (I have luker lube and white lithium grease, and pmi sythentic oil.|
Ask Lurker27 if his lube swells O-rings. If it swells O-rings then I wouldn't use it. Otherwise it's probably your best bet.
Lithium grease is a definate no. Do not use synthetic oil.
The long and proper way:
Remove GBR from marker body.
Wipe down the exterior with clean rag.
Remove back cap.
Wipe down back cap with clean rag.
Use Q-tip to clean inside back cap.
Push piston out of housing.
Wipe down piston with clean rag.
Use Q-tip to clean interior of ram housing.
Lightly lubricate all O-rings (except bumper O-ring).
Lightly lubricate piston shaft.
The short way (at the field):
Remove bolt pin.
Tap marker onto palm of hand so the piston comes out into your palm.
Lubricate piston O-rings (except bumper) lightly lubricate ram shaft.
Screw back cap on.
Put bolt pin back in.
Rock and roll.
|Thanks for looking|
Thanks for being a great poster!