Z-Chamber Extension (+8 Joule min.) for HDR50 HDP HDB etc.
If you want to get the most out of your HDR50, HDP50, HDS, HDB and most Umarex products then you should definitely try our Z-Chamber Extension
- Material: stainless steel
- CNC milled
- NOTICE: Editing of the cover required!!!!
Our tuning extension "Tuning Valve" provides more volume in the chamber, which means that more air or CO2 is available for the shot. The best results are achieved with long runs and an HP system. But you can also benefit from the increase in performance with Co2 and small runs.
Your paintball marker or your RAM-P. achieves more FPS and more joules!
Be sure to check out our Z.50 Steel Bullets and Modify pin! The Modify Pin is the ideal addition to our Z-Extension.
- 1 piece Z-CHAMBER EXTENSION
Instructions for use (very important) !:
The extension can be attached to most Umarex markers with an M13 chamber thread (approx. 12,8mm diameter). However, minor adjustments to your plastic housing are necessary. It is also possible to screw several extensions together.
Safety instructions (even more important)!:
The possession and purchase of our spare part is permitted, the installation is prohibited in Germany due to the increase in performance and leads to the loss of warranty claims for your marker.
This is not an original Umarex part.
I would also like to point out the risk of injury that could result from using this power pin.
When using your marker in Germany, make sure that you do not exceed the legally permitted 7,5 joules. Liability of any kind is excluded. Use in Germany is not recommended! Sale only from 18 years!
Do you have any questions or other concerns? Then feel free to contact us! See other auction for more interesting items for the HDR 50, HDS 68 and SG 68 !!!
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