Completely assembled banjo bolt for your RT.
The Level 10 Low Impact Superbolt Kit reduces paint chopping. This is not a "drop-in and shoot" part - you'll need to tune it according to the enclosed instructions.
The Retro Valve uses two coil springs behind the Regulator Piston. This is the larger of the two. Should never need replacing - just keep it greased.
The Regulator Seat O-ring is the business end of the regulator. Replace if you are having problems with velocity.Sold in packs of 4.
This is the stock On/Off Assembly for the RT ULE Custom, RT Pro Retro Valve, X-Valve and old Automag RT markers.
On/Off Bottom is the lower half of the assembly. It screws into the On/Off Top.
This urethane o-ring goes inside the On/Off Top and On/Off Bottom assembly. Also used in the top of the ULT on/off assembly.Now sold in packs of 4.
This on/off pin has a large head which makes it different from the Standard Valve. This feature contributes to the Reactive Trigger of all incarnations of the RT and Retro Valves.
On/Off Top is the upper half of the assembly. The On/Off Bottom screws into it.
The Regulator Pin comes as an assembly. Just push it in place and it should be good to go. If you have problems with this part call the factory.
The Reg. Body O-Ring seals the two halves of the Valve Body together. Comes in the Parts Kit also. Sold in packs of 3.
The Regulator Nut screws into the back of the valve and adjust the velocity. Keep the threads lubricated with a good grease.
The Regulator Piston comes as an assembly that has a built in blow-off valve. Do not disassemble! Replace this part when air is venting out the back of the marker and you are shooting less than 300 FPS.
The Regulator Seat Holder holds the O-ring that acts as the regulator seal.
Marker: Four of these size O-rings are used in the Retro Valve pin assembly.Flatline: Regulator seat for the Flatline 3000 only.Sold here in a 4-pack.
For RT Banjo Bolts only. Now sold in packs of 4.
Special Z-Lock Screw Pin created specifically for the Classic RT. Tiny z-lock screw that threads into the back regulator half of the classic RT valve to properly align the valve for the body and banjo bolt. Screws are loctited into place and removal of old screw can be difficult.
This is the smaller of the two springs that go under the Reg Nut in the back of the valve. The springs assemble one inside the other.