dwell is not a firing mode. It is simply the amount of time in an electronic marker that the solinoid is activated for. This typically means it is also the time which the valve in open for to allow air through and fire the paintball.
No the spark plug wires have to be in firing order
Ramp psp is a firing mode for a electronical paintball. It is a firing mode which is activated from the macro switch detecting 5 paintballs being fired per second and will register as 13.3 paintballs fired per second.
Check to see what mode it is in. It may be in three ball mode, just not allowing the third ball to escape. Second check the dwell. Many times you have to adjust it due to the season. (P.S. the dwell is basically the cycles on the gun, if making sure the bolt can keep up).
1963 390 firing order should be 1-8-7-2-6-5-4-3. dwell 30 deg. timing 5 deg BTDC.
There is a limp mode that kicks in if the engine overheats, I don't know if it changes the firing order but it does cut off 4 of the cylinders to cool the engine. This mode will set off the code because it is technically missing.
Dwell- as in I dwell in the state of Virginia.
It is a large blaster that has both an battery-powered automatic firing mode and a manual, single-fire firing mode. It is unique for using a belt system for loading and firing. It has three tactical rails: two on the sides of the blaster, and a third on top of the blaster. It features a detachable tripod which allows for the blaster to be placed on any flat surface.
Point gap .017, dwell 24-29 Plug gap 032 - .036 Firing order - 1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8
of Dwell, of Dwell.
Point gap is .024 to .026. Spark plug gap .025 to .028. Timing 5 degrees BTDC Dwell .026 to .028 Firing order 1-2-4-3 Plug size 14MM
IF you are referring to firing in the single action mode, the phrase "pulling back the hammer" is used.
No. Spring must be cocked before each shot.