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Old 06-29-2006, 07:01 AM   #1
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Is there a way to adjust the trigger tension on the 3PK? I used someone else's yesterday and their trigger had quite a bit more tension then mine which I like...
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read the manual ..it will show you where to adjust the tension.
it's factory default is set at the weakest setting.
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I read the manual but found only the wheel tension adjustment - no trigger adjustment...
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I don't think there is a trigger tension adjusment..

you may want to put a different spring inside
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read the manual ..it will show you where to adjust the tension.
it's factory default is set at the weakest setting.
Nothing in the manual about it. I wouldnt have posted here if that was the case...

I might try replaceing the spring but was wondering if anyone else had tried that and what kind of spring works well.
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I don't think there is a trigger tension adjusment..

you may want to put a different spring inside
Im looking to do the same thing just dont know where to get the springs at any idea's anyone
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Is there a way to make it more 'rough' feeling?

I like a slightly clicky feeling, some feedback that lets me gauge just how far I'm moving the trigger. (ie, let the trigger off 3 clicks before corner 1, etc)
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