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    Pneumag Super Center, Kits & Everyother Part Needed

    Starting a New Pneumag Parts Thread, It should be completed with all items offered by the end of the weekend.

    Please post then Pm,

    I'll start with this kit:
    Clippard MPA-3 w/ Ram
    Fabco MSV-2
    2 Black Straight Fittings
    1 90 Elbow Fitting
    1 Foot of Hose
    2 Mounting Set Screws
    1 Nylon Tip Trigger Stop Set Screw
    Mounting Screw & Nut


    (Magnets are not Included in the kit)

    $45 Shipped in the US


    Last edited by mag79; 02-20-2014 at 06:54 PM.

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    Modded CP On/Off $80 New - 2 Orings included
    Modded CP On/Off $65 Used - 2 Orings included
    Return Shipping Included
    $10 OFF w/ Pneumag Kit Puchase


    CP Sleeper MOD Service $30 - 2 Orings included
    $10 OFF w/ Pneumag Kit Puchase
    Return Shipping Included

    On Hand
    New: 1 Gloss Black, 1 Gloss Red
    Used: 1 Gloss Black, 1 Dust Black, 1 Gloss Red

    Last edited by mag79; 07-11-2010 at 02:00 PM.

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    do the magnets come pre-attached to said magnet mod?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaCticulMerderer18
    do the magnets come pre-attached to said magnet mod?
    Yes, all you have to do is mount it on to the top of the msv body and lever

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    no , i mean i dont see any magnets on the magnet mod screw that is mounted on the msv-2...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TaCticulMerderer18
    no , i mean i dont see any magnets on the magnet mod screw that is mounted on the msv-2...


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    Magnet Mod..?

    Are these Cyberave68 kits you are selling for him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by p8ntbal4me
    Magnet Mod..?

    Are these Cyberave68 kits you are selling for him?

    ~ P8nt


    The 90* elbow fitting is DIFFERENT. The profile looks to big to fit. Got pics of the install?
    How does the magnet go on the lever????





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    Quote Originally Posted by Beemer
    The 90* elbow fitting is DIFFERENT. The profile looks to big to fit. Got pics of the install?
    Alex if that 90* fitting is too big I have a part number and manufacture where you can get the smaller ones. They a little shorter. They only cost a few cents each.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mag79
    These kit are being put together by me.
    So you are making these parts (the Magnet Mod) yourself (having them made at your job) and selling them as your own product,.. correct?

    ~ P8nt


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    Quote Originally Posted by p8ntbal4me
    So you are making these parts (the Magnet Mod) yourself (having them made at your job) and selling them as your own product,.. correct?

    ~ P8nt

    I think his first post states the obvious

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    Quote Originally Posted by p8ntbal4me
    So you are making these parts (the Magnet Mod) yourself (having them made at your job) and selling them as your own product,.. correct?

    ~ P8nt


    Correct, I am making these part at my job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beemer
    The 90* elbow fitting is DIFFERENT. The profile looks to big to fit. Got pics of the install?
    How does the magnet go on the lever????





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    What is the (body) O.D. of the MPA-3 ?
    How much to ship to Canada? Thanks.

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    pmd you

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    Quote Originally Posted by mag79
    I am not stealing anything; magnets have been used in paintball guns for sometime now all serving the same purpose. Just because someone changes the location of the magnet, doesn't mean that the concept of using magnet for trigger assist their own. It was never my intention to take credit for the magnets being sold by cyberave68 as "magnetmods". I will just change the name to the one that I will be selling. If you new the cost of the entire kit, you will see that the profit is nearly nothing.



    What the hell are you talking about? I have never taken credit for the installs that cyber has done. Only one person has sent me their frame for me to do an install and that was pk5.
    Look at the feedback that he has left me for that work, post #63: http://www.automags.org/forums/showt...0&page=3&pp=30. I have sold several of my own pneumag frames and have never had a negative complaint or have had them send it elsewhere to get it fixed.

    I can support this installation and say that the installation was flawless, the only problem was caused by me over pressuring the parts and he quickly fixed that problem at no charge. What else can i ask for?

    Secondly, a magnet is a magnet, you install 1 magnet or a whole bar of them you can still get the lever to work. Can the idea be defendable under any patent? No, not really, because it is such a simple concept that it could be done by anyone anyway. If you change the magnet to square, and mount it higher, would that make it "not stealing"?

    Lastly, if anyone else have send in "mag79" installation to be fix, please feel free to refer them or post proof about it. Please don't speculate or cause friction and turn this into another one of those AO vs. the PBL people kind of thing.

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    Now if there is a way to get a 90 degree that would attached to the screw instead of being glued on, that would make it the ultimate way of mounting it. Easy, less glue - less super glue for that matter, and a nice convenience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pk5
    Now if there is a way to get a 90 degree that would attached to the screw instead of being glued on, that would make it the ultimate way of mounting it. Easy, less glue - less super glue for that matter, and a nice convenience.
    That should be easy to do if theres any spece left on the switch, I'll try it on my Chimera frame

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    gift sent with a pm.

    Thank you

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    I would like to know if this would fit into a chimera frame? If so I would be interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joebob09
    I would like to know if this would fit into a chimera frame? If so I would be interested.
    These parts will fit all the following Frames: Chimera, Intelli, Y-Grip, Z-Grip, Logic UMF, Triton, airwalk, stormwalk and Yes even the M90.

    Regardless of what frame you are using the Clippard MPA-3 will need to be trimmed on the side so it will fit in the frame. Also depending on how you mount your Fabco MSV-2 the lever may need to be cut.

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    Could I get the dimensions of these Clippard MPA-3 w/ Ram9Diameter and length), Fabco MSV-2(height, width and depth). Thanks in advance. I don't need to know what frames they fit in all I want is the dimensions. Again thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [MOOSE]
    Could I get the dimensions of these Clippard MPA-3 w/ Ram9Diameter and length), Fabco MSV-2(height, width and depth). Thanks in advance. I don't need to know what frames they fit in all I want is the dimensions. Again thanks.
    clippard mpa-3 .562 dia
    piston .234 dia x .475 long
    fabco msv-2 1.0h x .63w x .31d (without lever)
    1.25h x 1.63w (with lever)

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    Thanks a bunch! Sorry if I sounded rude. Another Question is it necessary for the Fab-co msv-2 to have the lever or is it possible to actuate it without it?
    Last edited by [MOOSE]; 02-02-2010 at 04:50 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [MOOSE]
    Thanks a bunch! Sorry if I sounded rude. Another Question is it necessary for the Fab-co msv-2 to have the lever or is it possible to actuate it without it?
    an msv-1 is the same thing as a msv 2 without the lever (So no you do not need the lever. It just cuts down on the pressure required to actuate the msv)

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    Is it kinda hard to press it without the lever or it just makes it even lighter then the first one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [MOOSE]
    Is it kinda hard to press it without the lever or it just makes it even lighter then the first one?
    Its kinda hard...i personally wouldn't use one.

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    All I can say is Fantistic Job Mag79.
    I received my kit in the mail today. Only one week to arrive up in Canada.

    The magnetic return is well made. Can't wait to get this installed on my Cocker project.

    Moose. The lever does make it easier to activate but arm has some friction at the spring-pin linkage point. With some oil it should loosen up over time.

    I'd recommend his kit to anyone.

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    what is the overall length of those nylon tipped set screws?

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