NopeNopeNope. The Tippmann Response Trigger (RT) Kit for X7‘s is designed for the original X7′s with blowback style operation. The newer X7 Phenom, sometimes just referred to as the Phenom, has a completely different type of valve system that is not compatible with how the RT kits work. If you want to upgrade your mechanical Phenom trigger you can convert it to electronic with an E-Grip kit.
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Posted by Galen Adams on June 27, 2013
Posted in Airsmith and Technical Info, Paintball Gun Upgrades, Tippmann Sports, Tippmann X7, Tippmann X7 Phenom Paintball Gun | Tagged: E-Grip, Egrip, grip, kit, paintball, Phenom, Response Trigger, RT, Tippmann, Upgrade, X-7, X7 | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Galen Adams on June 26, 2013
Yes and No. The original Alpha Black paintball guns CAN NOT use the Response Trigger (RT) kits. If you get or have the Alpha Black ELITE then Yes. The Elites are more upgradeable and they will accept the RT kits. They use the same one as the 98′s do. Here it is!
Posted in Airsmith and Technical Info, Paintball Gun Upgrades, Tippmann Sports, US Army, US Army Alpha Black Paintball Gun | Tagged: Alpha Black, Alpha Black Elite, Elite, Response, Response Trigger Kit, RT, RT Kit, RT Trigger, Upgrade, US Army | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Galen Adams on June 12, 2013
Not sure? Check out our knowledge base article https://www.tippmannparts.com/kb_results.asp?ID=32 where we explore the pros and cons of CO2 or HPA.
Posted by Galen Adams on May 24, 2013
There’s been a little confusion on the size of the Ninja gauges so here’s a quick rundown.
The Ninja Micro gauge is the traditional small sized gauge that has been around for years. The face AND body/rim of the gauge has about the exact same diameter as a quarter. Not larger than a quarter. Almost the exact same size.
The Ninja Paintball MINI gauge on the other hand is the newer super small size. I personally would think Micro is smaller than Mini but as the name Micro has been around for a long time this new gauge is called the Mini. The Ninja Mini gauge face and body/rim is almost exactly the size of a penny. We’ll try to get a video or picture up here soon to better illustrate.
Micro = Quarter – Traditional small size.
Mini = Penny – New super small size.
Hope this helps!
Other paintball pressure gauges.
Posted by dztechdaniel on March 12, 2012
If you’re a technician or just a player who like to fiddle and tweak their equipment, then the TechT Optimus Digital Test Gaugeis a must have in your gear library.
TechT has a history of making high-quality products and the Optimus Gauge is no different, sporting a high-visibility background, easy-to-use interface, high and low pressure varieties available, and accurate to 0.1 PSI.
So if you are going to get a gauge, then don’t miss out on this critical piece of equipment.
Posted by paintballtech on September 13, 2011
End Caps – There are now 3 different end caps for the 98 guns. They are all interchangeable. You can use any one of them on any Tippmann 98 Paintball Gun.
- 98-05P has a smooth back. I don’t have a good pic of the back.
- TA02019 has “A.C.T.” on the back. I don’t have a good pic of the back.
- TA02088 has the molded sling mount built in.
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Posted by paintballtech on February 22, 2011
What is worse than missing an entire day of play due to one bad o-ring? This universal parts kit from Tippmann will keep your marker working perfectly and allow you to fix problems at the field. Arranged in individual sections with a clear plastic container, your parts are easy to locate and ready for travel.
Posted in Airsmith and Technical Info, New Releases, Tippmann Sports, Tippmann X7 Phenom Paintball Gun | Tagged: Phenom Part Kit, Tipmann Phenom Parts Kit, Tippman Phenom Parts Kit, Tippmann, Tippmann Part Kit, Tippmann Parts, Tippmann Parts Kit, Tippmann Phenom Parts, Tippmann Phenom Parts Kit, Tippmann Phenom Univeral Parts Kit, Tippmann Universal Parts Kit, Tippmann X7 Parts, Tippmann X7 Parts Kit, X7 Parts Kit, X7 Phenom Parts Kit | Leave a Comment »
Posted by paintballtech on April 27, 2010
The 98-68 Tippmann 98 Flatline Rear Sight Shroud Nut was discontinued by Tippmann. They’re not ordering more and they’re all out. This was a black nut. We’ve re-sourced the part from a different vendor but these new ones are silver. So if you need this nut you’re not out of luck. TippmannParts.com has you covered. But you’ll get a silver one now instead of black. Nothing a little black sharpie won’t fix.
Posted in Airsmith and Technical Info, Barrels, Clearance and Discontinued, Tippmann Sports | Tagged: 98, Flatline, Flatline Parts, Nut, Part, Parts, Replacement, Replacement Parts, Shroud, Stock Parts, Tippmann | Leave a Comment »
Posted by paintballtech on April 21, 2010
The Tippmann Turbo Valve Housing from New DeSigns is still out of stock. I spoke with New Designs and while they didn’t give a specific reason, they are working on the issue. Last thing they said was a few weeks. So that will hopefully put some in our hands for shipping by May 12th. This is a unique replacement valve and there are no substitutions. It’s worth waiting for. You’ll just have to wait a bit longer. We do have PLENTY on order to clear back orders when they arrive.
If you’re in a pinch don’t forget that we always have the stock Tippmann Valve 02-V available. This particular one comes with all the internals so it’s ready to drop in. You can get a stock valve body only too.
Posted in Airsmith and Technical Info, New DeSignz, Paintball Gun Upgrades | Tagged: 02-V, A-5, A5, New DeSignz, NewDesignz, paintball, Tippmann, Tippmann A 5, Tippmann A5, Turbo Valve, Turbo Valve Housing, Valve | Leave a Comment »
Posted by paintballtech on September 10, 2009
STRAIGHT FROM TIPPMANN:
New TPX Pistol CO2 Upgrade Kit
It appears the dimensions for CO2 cartridges vary far beyond our initial tests, and have resulted in some cartridges not puncturing. Although we tested numerous brands, we have discovered that certain types of cartridges may not puncture on the first pull. If you’ve noticed this issue, please contact us at 1-800-533-4831 or visit www.tippmann.com, click on the CO2 Upgrade Kit link and simply complete the appropriate TPX form with your serial number. We’ll send you a free CO2 Upgrade Kit including a new cap with an adjustable set screw that adjusts for various CO2 cartridge sizes, as well as a new, easy-to-install pin assembly.
If you have experienced any other issues, whether it is velocity, efficiency, or paint breakage related, we encourage you to visit our new TPX Tech Support program on the Tippmann web site to learn more about troubleshooting, installation and maintenance of your TPX Pistol. There are also some helpful tips on how to correctly pick paint and properly load a magazine. And if you can’t find what you’re looking for in the videos, you may always contact our Tech Service Team at 1-800-533-4831, or 1-260-749-6022.
We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause. We actually became aware of these issues via customer phone calls and paintball forums. We are pleased to offer this free upgrade kit which will make the TPX pistol more adaptable to the many different CO2 cartridges in the marketplace. Thank you for your continued support and ongoing communication – it’s appreciated.
TippmannParts.com is your Source for Tippmann TPX Pistol Replacement Parts!
Posted in Airsmith and Technical Info, Tippmann Sports, Uncategorized | Tagged: Tippmann, tippmann pistol, Tippmann replacement parts, tippmann tpx, Tippmann TPX pistol, Tippmann TPX Pistol replacement parts, Tippmann TPX replacement parts, tpx, TPX Pistol, TPX Pistol replacement parts | Leave a Comment »
Posted by paintballtech on May 12, 2009
The newest version of the TechT Zero Kick Hammer for Tippmann Paintball Guns comes packaged with a new hammer drive spring. If you did not receive this drive spring and you think your marker needs it, please contact TechT. They will send you the drive spring for free. If you did not receive one, there is no need to freak out immediately. You may not need it. TechT found that some users’ markers needed a stiffer spring in order to get up to 300FPS. Most markers didn’t, but some did, so they started to include it with the hammer.
With that said, below are the instructions on how to install the hammer. Again, I would first set it up with your stock hammer drive spring. If you can not achieve high enough velocity or your cyclone is not cycling you will then need to swap out your stock spring for the stiffer one from TechT.
If you need to contact TechT for the stiff hammer drive spring please call – 901-405-1848 ex.11
For complete installtion instructions, visit the TechT Zero Kick installation page at http://www.techtpaintball.com/hammer_install.html
Posted in Airsmith and Technical Info, Paintball Gun Upgrades, TechT Paintball | Tagged: Rear Bolt, TechT, TechT Installation, Techt Rear Bolt, TechT Trouble Shooting, Techt Zero Kick, TechT Zero Kick Hammer, Tippmann Bolt Upgrade, Tippmann Hammer, Zero Kick Hammer | Leave a Comment »