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FX Impact Dual Tank Adapter

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Best way to add the most shots per fill to your FX Impact! 

*IF INSTALLING ON AN MKII IMPACT YOU WILL NEED TO PURCHASE A SMALLER REPLACEMENT TANK GAUGE. THE NEW, LARGER MKII GAUGE IS NOT COMPATIBLE. 

*Second bottle is not included.

If you will need an extra bottle please order one from your preferred FX dealer. If interested in the aluminum bottles, 910 AGTR LLC offers scratched/blemished bottles at a discounted rate, found here: https://910airguntuningandrepairsllc.com/products/500cc-aluminum-fx-bottles-scratched

Here are Installation instructions :

TOOLS NEEDED:
24mm Wrench or Socket 
14mm Wrench or Socket  
A secure vise or someone to help

Step 1 - Remove the air tank

Step 2 - Degas the rifle (de-pressurizing the plenum)

Step 3 - Use a 24mm wrench or socket to remove the bottle connection
 
Step 4 - Attach double take adaptor using a 14mm wrench or socket (Hand tighten threads first, then use the 14mm to prevent cross threading or stripping the threads). It is recommend to tighten the center bolt to 125-inch pounds or until tight (DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN).
*You may add a small amount of low to medium strength thread-locker to the threads going into the rifle, for maximum security, although it is certainly not necessary. 
Wipe away any excess thread-locker if present. 
 
Step 5 - For this step, it is easier to have someone helping you or safely putting the rifle in a secure vise. Start attaching the first bottle, but not all the way to the valve. Attach the second bottle to the same distance. Then, use BOTH hands to secure them at the same time. The adapter acts as a single bottle, so you must put them on at the same time!
* DO NOT use thread locker on the bottle valve attachments, as this can cause severe issues if the bottles ever need to be removed.