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Old March 11th, 2009, 06:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Flatline & Cyclone Feed Assembly/Disassembly

I have owned a 98c for a while now, and i recently bought a custom pro from my neighbor for pretty cheap. It works fine, but the thing is it has a Flatline and Cyclone feed on it.

I don't really mind either of them, but i would much rather use my eyeforce than the cyclone. And as for the flatline, its just not my thing.

I was not given any instructions, so i have no idea how to go about disassembling the cylcone and flatline. I would also like to know how to put them back together, if i ever choose to do so.

So any instructions? Links? Link to manual maybe? Any help is appreciated.

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Custom pro, no ACT
Old Flatline (not quick thread)
Cylcone (as mentioned)
CAR stock
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Old March 11th, 2009, 08:52 PM   #2 (permalink)
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sounds like a nice gun, good setup for woodsball. I have the same thing but no stock. To take barrel off, just unscrew the cover and take that off. loosen the bolt on teh barrel at the end, the unscrew from gun. pretty basic make sure when you put it back on tha tthe barrels ben is going down. thats about it. The cyclone feed system is just bolted on take the screws out and your good to go.
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