Red Wolf Programing

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    BigBoreChas
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    I would like to start a exchange of information on the programming of the Red Wolf. To kick it off here is what I have been able to gather about how the program works from several Daystate Dealers.  I am not claiming to be 100% right so if you know of something different PLEASE correct me. 

     

    First as we all know RW has 3 power levels, but I understand that there are 3 settings for each power levels for a total of 9. If you watch the You Tube on the Daystate Dealers workshop one dealer made the comment "buy one gun get 27 guns"  In talking with another dealer that was at the workshop he noted how easy it was to change the barrels. The Daystate instructor indicated the other barrels would be offered. So I wonder 9 power levels times 3 calibers (177, 22 .25) would equal 27. 

    Also in that same Workshop on You Tube, one dealer said there were 3 items that could be changed. "Pulse length, High Pressure Point, and Voltage". I have tried to get info on what these adjustments do to no avail. Any help out there folks. 

    I have a RW in 22hp on order and a programmer so when I get the two I will post my finds here. 

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    YamahaR1
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    I wonder if the programmer will only work with 1 rifle or several. Kind of like putting a chip in a car, once it's installed it's paired with the vehicle.  They are exspensive from what I've seen, but this gun is going to make changes in the industry of air rifles. I look forward to the reviews and abilities of this rifle. 

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    Michael
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    The programmer can be used on all of Daystates electronic rifles.

    I made a spreadsheet to keep track of the settings. I'll dig it up later & share it here. 

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    YamahaR1
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    Using the programmerr can you get your gun to shoot pellets faster then the stock settings?

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    Jimmy2
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    Yesterday finished programming my RW with the help of a guy Simon from daystate factory I found at the owners club official site http://www.daystateownersclub.com Great site for everything daystate.

    The site looks to be in NY and guy who helped me a daystate programmer, trainer and engineer.

    Nice guy, very knowledgeable. 

    JJ

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    BigBoreChas
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    Got my programmer already, my gun should be here this week. My first task will be to lower the FPE to <20 for Hunter Field target use. 

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