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Replacement Crosman Nitro Piston
This is a replacement unit that fits the Benjamin Trail NP and Crosman Nitro Venom air rifles.
For professional installation only. Instructions NOT included.
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Things I liked: Built well, high power
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: I bought this gas piston to put in my Hatsan 95 springer. Very easy conversion. Quite powerful and not to hard to cock. My crono is broke so I don't have speed test but it shoots flatter than my other Vortex 95.
Things I liked: Well i bought these parts a littke premature the Gun is dhoiting 755 Fps i thought gun lost its zip my Bad. The scope had move. Illd say this the oarts came fast and at a great po rice. Thank you pyramid air
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Another Grest thing about Pyramid Air they even have the Gun Diagrams four the do it. Your self. With all the precautions for safety.
Things I liked: Seems like an OEM drop in replacement. YouTube video was a great help. Shoots like a dream. My Titan had been down for about two years, part is expensive, seems to shoot faster than the original. Whacked a Crow at about 75 yards, second shot after sight in. Lights out.
Things I would have changed: A little more explanation on disconnecting and re-connecting the Trigger group would have been helpful.
What others should know: This Part costs almost half the price of a complete Titan, choose carefully.
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I was given a Crosman Fire NP 495 air rifle and want to upgrade it to a higher velocity. How would I go about this (I do have a PAL)
You need to find out what they did to your gun to detune it, then undo it. A longer piston is very common, but so is a weaker spring and some have a hole in the piston. The full power piston is 150mm long, so if yours is 170+ then you need to either cut it down or buy a new one which is $pendy. The full power gas spring part # starts with BT9, the typical low power CA spring starts w/ BT5. Holes simply need to be plugged, but it sees a lot of pressure so do a good job. You can try; airgunforum.ca/forums/ and search for my name b/c I've posted pix of how to cut/mod the piston etc in there somewhere. If you have both a long piston and weak spring it'll work pretty good just shortening the piston, then you can decide if you want to spend the $ on a spring. Up to you...
We have no upgrade parts for the Crosman fire NP.
Will this part fit my Crosman Phantom NP .22 ? Wishing I could find a NP2 for a upgrade from 950 fps to 1100 fps /alloy !
If the part # for you gun does NOT end with an "A", then yes it'll fit, but it also what your gun came with so no gains. Another way to know A vs not is to measure the receiver, aka compression tube. If the tube is ~30mm OD then this is the spring. The "A" model, and misc other Crosman guns with a tube ~33mm use a different spring. You won't be getting 1100 no matter what, and 950 is usually only reached with the lightest pellets and luck or a tune. Using a normal 14.3gr pellet you can expect ~700 +-50, and 750+ if tuned, usually 750-770 but I hit 800 once. If you want details on tuning, or some alternate power ideas; chevota at hotmail and I'll send. Just explain mention the above and what you want.
i have a break barrel spring crossman vantage .177 cal air rifle with spring im willing to add a nitro piston need to know is it possible or not?
Yes it is. There are two ways to do it; my way and the wrong way. Kidding, but people usually prefer my way. My way requires no additional parts and is not hard to do. The other common way either costs a lot more or a little more + more work. Totally up to you and I can send you the how-to for both ways. chevota hotmail and remind me of who you were and what you wanted and I'll send this and a ton of other info you can use