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I was wondering if k moding a blazer would work?
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No it wouldn't. K-mods only work on spherical CPS bladders. They don't work on cylindrical or hydropower guns, and the blazer is Hydropower.
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so would it still be practical to do a cvf?
more reliable then a max-D trigger
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It could be, if you were wanting to mod it later. One thing you can do to "K-mod" the blazer is take inner tubes, and cut a slit in one side. Then layer the inner tubes over the hydro power sheet or whatever it is.
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I don't see how that would work...
You could add layers to the rubber disk, but inner tubes are not the best choice. There was a thread some time ago about modding a blazer with a rubber from McMaster.
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Lol, you can use a 1/4 inch piece of their sheet rubber. I was going to, but my Blazer had nozzle troubles. I want to get it replaced, but I'm not that into soakers any more. Maybe when I have a little free time during summer...
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