The threaded grub screw is used to put in the middle of the regulator on the bottom (in the centre hole). When connected to an HPA tank, this grub screw will push the open valve on the tank.
The stock cylinder was a PoS and broke shortly after the gun arrived.I'm not sure if this will help but try using it with a stock cylinder. AFAIK they were designed to be used with stock gun parts so maybe it's just to big for teflon cylinder? On the other hand the cylinders should be the same size so I really don't think this should solve the problem.
I was considering that to be honest but I like the ability to swap out the mancraft kit for spring parts should something fail during a game.Pain_is_Red, about your problem with the kit. This idea just popped into my head, thought I'd share it with you. Have you thought about taking a few mm out of the cylinder itself? It should be much easier than to remove excess material from the inside of the cylinder head cap without use of machinery tools and may solve the problem.
The bad thing is you probably won't be able to use this cylinder with standard parts anymore.
Yes basically.BuMS, so you're using some standard cylinder head with mancraft kit? How did you mod it to make it work with the kit? Have you checked the performance yet?
Keep us posted.I was considering that to be honest but I like the ability to swap out the mancraft kit for spring parts should something fail during a game.
I sent Mancraft some diagrams as to what I need done and Michal is going to get back to me, so, fingers crossed basically.
If the problem still persists I'll probably just end up shaving off 1mm off the cylinder. It's a last resort, because if it doesn't work I'm down an $80 cylinder as well.
Angel Custom (which seems like the Action Army also) cylinder. Parts including the Mancraft kit fit in with ample clearance.Keep us posted.
BTW, what cylinder are you having problems with? Is it PDI?