you have that set screw adjusted you are pretty much ready
to go. You can put your 98 back together and try it out. As
you put your body halves back together pay close attention
to the trigger in relation to the body. I have noticed that
on some Tippmann's the body halves can pinch the trigger.
Especially on those that have Tippmann's Camo finish, or any
other added finish to the outside of the gun.This added finish
take room away from the trigger slot, and can cause the trigger
to bind. I have found that loosening the two body screws closest
to the trigger can free up the trigger. If you feel pretty
handy you could use a metal file to make the fit even better.
If you are using the Fang Trigger with the Response Trigger
you may need to file down the reactive trigger pin that pushes
the trigger forward. I have gotten it to work well with the
Fang, but it did take some more custom fitting. Again, we
have found a good bit of variation between trigger kits, and
success is greatly based on your ability to customize your
Overall just look at how your marker is working,
and make changes that will improve the possible fit.
The main thing I have come to realize about 98's is that
everyone is different. I knew that there was going to be differences
between guns, and designed the trigger using 5 different 98's.
We designed the Fang to work and fit on all of these as best
we could. Over time we have realized that Tippmann's tolerances
are extremely loose. Meaning that some of their pin sizes
differ from gun to gun. Their pin placement differs from gun
to gun. And the width between the two body half's that the
trigger comes out of varies from gun to gun.
All this means that installing this trigger may take some
custom fitting on your part. The perfect trigger has a snug,
but free moving fit. We have done our best to achieve this
for every gun. However, remember that you are installing this
trigger onto a $100 marker that has a dye cast body. This
means that each marker will vary a bit in dimension, and a
good fit is based on luck of the draw, and how much time you
put in to making it fit perfectly to your marker.
I hope that your installation goes well, and hope that these
instructions have helped. And most importantly I hope your
trigger works really well for you. If you have any questions
or concerns please let me know. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for your support,