Jump to content
Sign in to follow this  
zini

The stage 2 tuned Weihrauch HW97KT with Si Pittaway

Recommended Posts

Just wait for the winter period for tunes when people aren't so obsessed with their shooting! I bet his apprentice will be fully trained by then and less people wanting work done!

Yeah, thats the idea, wait till around end of august. september when the ferreting starts then they can have it for as long as they want, sounds like the apprentice has a lot to live up to.

Atb Ben.

Share this post


Link to post

Agreed the vids have been very helpfull, and i have been thinking about getting the tx200 tuned by SFS and for the price surely its far better than a V Mach Kit? But has SFS realy got too mch work on not to do anymore like others have said on posts?

Many Thanks Ben

 

He doesn't tune the TX, because, in his own words "Air Arms are one of the few companies that did their homework, how can you improve on perfection" :)

Share this post


Link to post

Agreed the vids have been very helpfull, and i have been thinking about getting the tx200 tuned by SFS and for the price surely its far better than a V Mach Kit? But has SFS realy got too mch work on not to do anymore like others have said on posts?

Many Thanks Ben

 

He doesn't tune the TX, because, in his own words "Air Arms are one of the few companies that did their homework, how can you improve on perfection" :)

 

 

He does tune TX`s

Share this post


Link to post

Agreed the vids have been very helpfull, and i have been thinking about getting the tx200 tuned by SFS and for the price surely its far better than a V Mach Kit? But has SFS realy got too mch work on not to do anymore like others have said on posts?

Many Thanks Ben

 

He doesn't tune the TX, because, in his own words "Air Arms are one of the few companies that did their homework, how can you improve on perfection" :)

 

Oh [bANNED TEXT] i didnt know that, ill have to keep looking then, its just that alot of threads say that Air arms grease they use is not great and could do with a re lube and polish to keep it spot on for as long as possible, thanks for the info.

Share this post


Link to post

But not the Prosport though ;):whistling:

 

 

 

Daz , have you got a Prosport ?? Well i never !!!

 

 

:laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

Share this post


Link to post

Agreed the vids have been very helpfull, and i have been thinking about getting the tx200 tuned by SFS and for the price surely its far better than a V Mach Kit? But has SFS realy got too mch work on not to do anymore like others have said on posts?

Many Thanks Ben

 

He doesn't tune the TX, because, in his own words "Air Arms are one of the few companies that did their homework, how can you improve on perfection" :)

 

Oh [bANNED TEXT] i didnt know that, ill have to keep looking then, its just that alot of threads say that Air arms grease they use is not great and could do with a re lube and polish to keep it spot on for as long as possible, thanks for the info.

 

 

Take no notice mate , Tony DOES tune TX`s

Share this post


Link to post

And its Bloody right handed :blink::icon_eek::no::sorry:

So no tune up or correct stock :o

Share this post


Link to post

Agreed the vids have been very helpfull, and i have been thinking about getting the tx200 tuned by SFS and for the price surely its far better than a V Mach Kit? But has SFS realy got too mch work on not to do anymore like others have said on posts?

Many Thanks Ben

 

He doesn't tune the TX, because, in his own words "Air Arms are one of the few companies that did their homework, how can you improve on perfection" :)

 

Oh [bANNED TEXT] i didnt know that, ill have to keep looking then, its just that alot of threads say that Air arms grease they use is not great and could do with a re lube and polish to keep it spot on for as long as possible, thanks for the info.

 

 

Take no notice mate , Tony DOES tune TX`s

 

Hello Paul,

We don't do any kits for the TX200 I'm afraid as we believe that the mainspring and internal components already fitted are really good quality as they are. Basically, how can you improve on perfection Paul? Air Arms are one of the few companies out there who did their homework and fitted quality components right from the start. Save your money Paul and stay with what you've got.

Regards,

Tony.

Twas a tuning kit I was thinking of

Edited by nmdbase

Share this post


Link to post

Agreed the vids have been very helpfull, and i have been thinking about getting the tx200 tuned by SFS and for the price surely its far better than a V Mach Kit? But has SFS realy got too mch work on not to do anymore like others have said on posts?

Many Thanks Ben

 

He doesn't tune the TX, because, in his own words "Air Arms are one of the few companies that did their homework, how can you improve on perfection" :)

 

Oh [bANNED TEXT] i didnt know that, ill have to keep looking then, its just that alot of threads say that Air arms grease they use is not great and could do with a re lube and polish to keep it spot on for as long as possible, thanks for the info.

 

 

Take no notice mate , Tony DOES tune TX`s

 

No he doesn't

 

Mate ive known Tony for a good few years , and he does . Dont know where your getting your info , but your wrong ,

Share this post


Link to post

But not the Prosport though ;):whistling:

 

My point earlier. Why go to the hassle and added expense of tuning a Weihrauch HW97k when Air Arms offer the Prosport and do the job properly. Sure its £435 odd but thats a hundred less than the 97 tuned

Share this post


Link to post

Read the post above, don't call me an arse you twat.

 

I did . Then i showed you an SFS TX for sale on BBS ....................

Share this post


Link to post

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

Sign in to follow this  
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

×