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Ok my ASA on my Vs2 move around alot! there is like a mini rail on the frame and screws inside that hold the asa still but they dont work for crap! so I was wondering what type of locktite would i use?
Bonding? And remember it would go on plastic and metal!:eek:
 

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please? i need some help!
 

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Oh i meant the rail on the VS2 alot call it a mini rail because its built on the frame. So is there any way i can get the trinity asa to fit? Or will it fit? Sorry its been a long day!
 

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the asa on the vs2 is a regulator, if you replace it you will have no way of adjusting the incoming pressure to the marker, and last i heard they do not run on straight 750 psi, its somewhere around 600 so you do need a regulator on it

so if you do want to install a on/off asa then you also need to install a forgrip regulator to replace the asa regulator

o and BTW, stay away from that trinity ASA you have above, it is a cage ASA and they are a HUGE PITA

edit: here are a bunch of direct mount asas, what youll need to do to see if they will work is figure out how your reg attaches to your grip frame, are there two screws that go in line front to back? does it use a dovetail mount?

the direct mounts are for a 2 hole configuration

http://paintballgateway.com/directmountasa.html
 

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ok ya i forgot to mention that i have a cp reg on there. So with the direct moiunt... Even tho the vs2 has a built in rail... Can i take the screws from the stock grip frame out... Then direct mount the cp asa?
 

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as long as those screws your talking about at the ones that hold the stock reg in place and they are in line (spyder used to use a 2 screw configuration but they were offset so you would have to buy their specific asas and such, i know they changed a lot of stuff to the 2 hole inline configuration over the years and i believe the vs2 is one of those markers) then you will be all set to get a direct mount asa. however! i would suggest getting a dovetail asa if that is an option, they can be slid forward and back to adjust tank position to your arm length
 

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Alright so i can take the nub screws in the gripframe out... And the put a rail on there and then have my asa go on tge rail. Correct?
 

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ya it is confusing! Thts why i went here! My last ditch effort! But if i have the time ill make a vid maybe
 

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The rail on the VS2 is a regular dovetail
Any regular ASA will fit

Any direct mount should fit as well, just remove the grub screws and attach the new direct mount ASA with the screws provided
The rail will be exposed, but that really doesn't matter

Also, it could simply be that you're not screwing the grub screw in correctly
Stock, the VS2 only uses one grub screw, so you will either need to remove the battery to get to the screw, or work around the board
You must use the correct sized allen key to screw it in, you'll be able to tell what size works, as the allen key will slip into place
After that, screw down the grub screw! If you're having trouble, try removing the ASA and screwing the grub screw down to make sure it's even moving
 
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