How to: Install a Response Trigger + Cyclone Feed System on Single Port Tippmann Marker

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So here’s the situation: you want to install a response trigger and a Cyclone Feed System, yet you have no idea how to do it. Scouring the Internet and countless paintball forums, you are unable to find a decent tutorial that easily explains how to accomplish this. You don’t want to throw caution to the wind and attempt to customize your Tippmann marker (you don’t want to ruin it after all), so what can you do?

The solution is simple you big dummy! Read this tutorial below (while watching our tutorial video if you prefer), and get the 411 on how to modify your Tippmann marker with a response trigger and cyclone feed system. Here’s how to do it.

First, buy this Tippmann Banjo T Fitting immediately. It’s only a few bucks ($6.99 to be exact), and fits most markers. Once it arrives, the customization can then begin!

1) Of course, ensure you have your Cyclone Feed System installed as normal.
2) Remove the outer area of your marker as shown in the image below.

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3) With your Banjo T Fitting in-hand, slip it onto the end of the hose as shown below.

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4) Click the feed system up and out of the way.
5) Thread the Banjo T Fitting into the power tube.
6) Install the response trigger as normal.
7) And voila! There you have it – you now have a response trigger and Cyclone Feed System installed into your Tippmann marker!

Do you have any additional questions or comments? Let us know in the comments below!

One thought on “How to: Install a Response Trigger + Cyclone Feed System on Single Port Tippmann Marker

  1. I have 2 Tippmann A5 guns. i would like to switch the response trigger from the old gun (single banjo port) to the new gun (duel banjo ports) but i only have the T banjo fitting. should i spend the extra money to buy another banjo fitting the use the duel port? what are the pros to using both vs the single? also, should i upgrade to the bigger hose or keep the smaller hose. what are the pros and cons the changing to the bigger hose. and last question. ive seen people use a small house for the cyclone and a big hose for the response trigger. why is that? Thanks.

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