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PostPosted: Mon Mar 06, 2006 10:37 pm 
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Had a 2100 hanging on the wall for quite some time. I was never too interested in it because even at 15 pumps it was pretty anemic. Well, tonight I was a bit bored so I thought I'd tear it apart and see what made it tick. YOUCH!!!........lots of little parts and springs........that go all over the place. Anyway, I opened up the valve and changed the spring. I did notice that the valve has a 'square' plunger pin........which allows for blowback and loss of power. Even at that, I put it back together (eventually :oops: ) and ran it over the chrony. I was quite impressed to note that just changing the valve spring booted it up to 484 at 5 pumps. I couldn't get a chrony reading at 10 pumps but I assume that it was very close to 500fps :wink:

Does anyone know of a fix for the square valve plunger pin problem??? Are there valves that will fit that have the round pin?

Cheers - Gus :D


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Good job!! How accurate is that thing?

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you could use jb weld and grease up the pin to create a new piece


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you can put in a new valve easy enough with a real valve stem ounds to me like you got a real oldie there back in those days they used the square valve stem as a detune you vcan get the replacemt valve now that is round and no more blow back from the stem deal..take a pic of the valve and post it i may have one left i also need to know if it has a screw in safty blow out peice as well makes a big difference...


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