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Old 30th June 2015, 06:09 PM
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Originally Posted by hmangphilly View Post
Hello NIck
sucking eggs tutorial coming up

that controlled friction idea crossed my mind briefly too with regard to pcp hammer bounce, where i think it's generally accepted now to keep friction and drag to a minimum, in order to achieve the widest spread of consistency

, the trouble with friction is that it's going to vary with temp.

so a "controlled " and consistent amount of friction to manage bounce etc is going to be difficult to achieve throughout the temp range and or a differing rate of shooting .

perhaps in a springer, it would be beneficial to use a low friction seal setup , which will give a wide range for heat expansion of the component parts, and try to control the bounce / slam /shot feel by another method......piston weight ( which will always stay the same )or perhaps the inertia weight principle that bigtoe was trialing.

i would suggest that for ft /hft ,consistency from shot to shot is the first thing to achieve and then try to adjust the shot feel afterwards

......completely ,and totally not intended to be condescending or patronising in any way .......

and failing probably
No problem, I have found that when it bounces its not consistent, I intend to experiment with the trans port to sort the bounce out
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