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Old July 8th, 2005, 12:31   #1
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WA SV magazine OLD VS NEW

Valve difference

The black one is old stock valve, red is new WA ultimate valve, silver is new Stock valve.
The new valve (stock or ultimate version) sticks a little further out than old version, so when using non-SCW SV, the power is abou 10% stronger.
Test condition: Indoor, windless, 23 degrees, top gas, WA SV Interceptor, Maruzen 0.25g bb, 10 shots, 5 sec/shot

Old valve - avg muzzle velocity - 120m/s
New valve - avg muzzle velocity - 130m/s

I have not machine tested the ultimate valve yet, but it seems the muzzle velocity will be similar to new stock valve, with higher stability.

The old magazine bullet feeder is metal, while new use plastic. It hold 2 more bullets for you, and if you drop your mag and break it, you can buy replacement. The old magazine, if you drop it and crushed the metal bullet feeder, your mag is almost gone forever (i already got 1 casualty)
But the new one is not perfect. It sometimes do feed 2 bullets into the chamber, causing jamming............ :hammer:

Hope you guys enjoy my brief report.
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Old July 8th, 2005, 13:25   #2
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nice, i always wanted to know what was the differance.
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Old July 11th, 2005, 00:17   #3
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Just have the Velocity tested. The Ultimate Valve has same FPS as the new valves, but it is far more stable in average.
Tested in 5" Para Ordinance, 10 shot, Stock Valve (New R type mag) drop about 4m/s while Ultimate valve drop only 2m/s during the 10 shot test.
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Old July 11th, 2005, 04:26   #4
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But the new one is not perfect. It sometimes do feed 2 bullets into the chamber, causing jamming
Tell me about it, I am still trying to fix the jamming with superglue, epoxy coating to the inner side of the feeder. It works until the coating wears off.

Anyone know how long AB epoxy takes to cure? It's been 24 hours already and it's still soft.
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