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    Couplering a Titan v2

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    Post  TheBradl3s Tue Dec 28, 2010 10:23 am

    Hey all! Title says it, Lets get started:

    What you Need:

    - E-Tape
    - 20mm Conduit
    - 16mm Conduit
    - 16mm Conduit Coupler
    - 25mm>20mm PVC Reducer Bushing
    - 15mm PVC Coupler
    - Hot Glue + Gun
    - Titan (with rocket attachment)
    - Hacksaw

    Ok Now onto the Write-up!

    First off, get the rocket attachment and cut the grated end off.

    Couplering a Titan v2 Img2570w Couplering a Titan v2 Img2572l

    and then get your 20mm conduit and make sure you use the end with the joiner on it. and then cut it to about 15cm (you may have to adjust it for yourself.)

    Couplering a Titan v2 Img2573s Couplering a Titan v2 Img2574q

    Now grab your 16mm conduit coupler and wrap it in E-tape to make it nice and tight to fit in the joiner end of the 20mm conduit. (you can also use 16mm Alu with these and you can get the 16mm couplers from electrical supplies IE: L&H Electrical [in Adelaide] search Google to find one near you) So it should look like this.

    Couplering a Titan v2 Img2575k

    Now wrap that end to make the 25mm>20mm PVC Reducer Bushing to fit on it and then wrap that in E-Tape to Make it fit in the Rocket Attachment

    Couplering a Titan v2 Img2576h Couplering a Titan v2 Img2577v

    Now get your 15mm PVC Coupler and Cut it in Half and then wrap the other end of the conduit in E-Tape so the Coupler Fits Nice and tight over it like this:

    Couplering a Titan v2 Img2578n Couplering a Titan v2 Img2579m Couplering a Titan v2 Img2580u

    Now Wrap the 15mm PVC Coupler in E-Tape to Make it fit into the Rocket Attachment.

    Couplering a Titan v2 Img2581bj
    (Sorry For Bad Picture)

    and Now it should all Look Like this:

    Couplering a Titan v2 Img2582i

    And Now put it in Like this (Put the End with the 16mm conduit coupler at the bottom)

    Couplering a Titan v2 Img2583zz

    And then full in the end with hot-glue. I Had to Cut away some of the E-tape to make sure there was enough space for the Hot-Glue. and it should now look something like this:

    Couplering a Titan v2 Img2584w Couplering a Titan v2 Img2585j

    and there you go, make a barrel out of 16mm Alu or 16mm Conduit, and you have a nicely couplered titan!

    Couplering a Titan v2 Img2586i Couplering a Titan v2 Img2587o

    Now if your wondering how this works, here's a small diagram:

    Couplering a Titan v2 Diagramxe

    So Basically the 16mm Conduit/Alu Slides inside the 20mm Conduit to center and stabilize it and then it connects into the coupler at the bottom to lock it in and make it airtight. Anyway i hope this helps you guys!

    - Brad
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    Post  thestick Tue Dec 28, 2010 11:15 am

    Good timing with this write-up Brad. I was planning on doing this mod this week and i wasn't sure how to go about it. I now pity my mates this NYE.
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    Post  TheTrueMcMuffin Wed Mar 02, 2011 4:24 pm

    I assume you load darts by unscrewing the entire coupler? And does it the affect the performance of Mega Missiles?
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    Post  gooni Thu Mar 03, 2011 3:37 am

    TheTrueMcMuffin wrote:I assume you load darts by unscrewing the entire coupler? And does it the affect the performance of Mega Missiles?

    I believe that the 16mm conduit slides out of the 20mm conduit to load a dart. As for the performance of the rockets, I would say that they probably work better with this set-up as it has a smaller ID than the stock rocket barrel.

    Correct me if I am wrong Brad, but that is my thinking of how this set-up works.

    Gooni.
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    Post  TheTrueMcMuffin Thu Mar 03, 2011 4:02 am

    Oh, silly me, I forgot that the barrel isn't fixed in place.
    Cheers Gooni.
    And also, a question for Brad, would it be possible to utilize 9/16 brass in this design? Because I have found that in my Titan, 24" of 9/16 brass gets me close to 80-90m ranges.
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    Post  TheBradl3s Thu Mar 03, 2011 7:53 am

    TheTrueMcMuffin wrote:Oh, silly me, I forgot that the barrel isn't fixed in place.
    Cheers Gooni.
    And also, a question for Brad, would it be possible to utilize 9/16 brass in this design? Because I have found that in my Titan, 24" of 9/16 brass gets me close to 80-90m ranges.

    Yes you could, just nest 19/32 brass inside something, and then make that fit in the orange thing, adn then slide the 9/16 in and out of it as you need to reload.

    - Brad
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    Post  clunk07 Sun Apr 03, 2011 4:44 pm

    Thanks for doing this write-up Brad. I've just completed my Titan mod, using this as a guide for my own barrel attachment, and your information has been very helpful. I've used 25mm in place of the 20mm conduit, with 60cm of PETG nested inside 20mm conduit.

    With OPV plugged, and the above barrel configration, it consistently averages a tad over 100m.

    (EDIT - before the flaming begins, I don't attend wars, and have no interest whatsoever in injuring people with a foam dart. If I want to hurt people, I'll get in a bar-fight lol)


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    Post  Chaos-Blades Tue Apr 05, 2011 5:36 am

    clunk07 wrote:
    With OPV plugged, and the above barrel configration, it consistently averages a tad over 100m.
    (EDIT - before the flaming begins, I don't attend wars, and have no interest whatsoever in injuring people with a foam dart. If I want to hurt people, I'll get in a bar-fight lol)
    Yeah, they have that ability, BTW 100M = 328 Feet, your darts must be pretty heavy.
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    Post  clunk07 Tue Apr 05, 2011 6:05 am

    Chaos-Blades wrote:
    clunk07 wrote:
    With OPV plugged, and the above barrel configration, it consistently averages a tad over 100m.
    (EDIT - before the flaming begins, I don't attend wars, and have no interest whatsoever in injuring people with a foam dart. If I want to hurt people, I'll get in a bar-fight lol)
    Yeah, they have that ability, BTW 100M = 328 Feet, your darts must be pretty heavy.

    Yeah, I do have some heavy darts. My calibration set of 30 darts includes weights ranging from 0.67g to 2.17g per dart.

    Average is a fraction over 328 feet. I failed to include these ranges were "angled".

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    Post  Chaos-Blades Tue Apr 05, 2011 6:21 am

    clunk07 wrote:...I failed to include these ranges were "angled".
    I should hope so, if it fired 300+ flat, you'd kill someone
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    Post  phuonguyen Tue Apr 05, 2011 6:38 am

    The longer barrel length also contributes to the exit velocity as well as accuracy.

    But very nice!! One of the main reasons why I dislike plugged blasters like the Big Blast and Titans.

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