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800.922.2147
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BLACKHEART INSTALLATION
FOR VIBE & SP-1 TACTICAL
The internal gas lines and electronic components of the Vibe and SP-1 are well protected inside their bodies—however they are delicate and may be damaged by improper handling or re-installation. For this reason it is highly recommended that installation of the Blackheart upgrade be performed by an airsmith with Smart Parts factory training. Removal of internal hoses from their barbed
fittings and re-use will stretch them and cause leaks.
The Vibe and SP-1 Blackheart upgrades are not interchangeable. You must use the
Vibe version to upgrade a Vibe or the SP-1 version to upgrade an SP-1.
STEP 01 UNLOAD/DEGAS
Begin by unloading and degassing the marker, following the directions found in its Quick Start Manual, and removing its barrel. If you do not have a printed version of this manual, it may be downloaded free of charge at SmartParts.com.
STEP 02 MAX-FLO R
Using a 1/8-inch allen wrench, remove the screws holding the bottom-line adapter to its mounting wedge or from the grip frame if directly mounted. Notice the varying screw lengths used for bottom-line mounting, so that the bottom-line may be reinstalled later with the screws in the same positions.
Unscrew the Max-Flo R vertical regulator from the vertical ASA. Take care not to lose the filter screen that is inside the vertical ASA.
Following the directions in the Quick Start Manual, remove the wraparound rubber grip, unplug and remove the marker's 9-volt battery.
SP-1:
Following its Quick Start Manual, remove the rear-cover plate. Use a 1/8-inch allen wrench to remove the bottom tactical rail from the front of the marker. The bottom rail serves as a lock to prevent the Max-Flo R vertical regulator's cover from rotating. With the rail removed, the regulator may be unscrewed from the marker, though it will still remain attached to the bottom-line adapter via its braided hose. Take care not to lose the filter screen that is inside the vertical ASA.
STEP 03 GRIP FRAME
Use a 1/8-inch allen wrench to remove the front and rear grip frame screws, then carefully remove the grip frame from the body. Be aware that the clear power button fits loosely into its position in the side of the grip frame. Be careful not to drop or lose it. Watch to make sure the 9-volt battery clip does not snag in the grip frame as the two components are separated.
VIBE:
The Vibe's body flat cap screw is visible directly above the vertical ASA where the vertical regulator mounts in the body.
SP-1:
Reach the long end of your allen wrench through the hole in the top tactical rail, down into the head of the body flat cap screw.
STEP 04 VERTICAL ASA
The body flat cap screw serves to lock the marker's vertical ASA in place. Use a
1/8-inch allen wrench to remove it.
STEP 05 BANJO BOLTS
Using a 1/8-inch allen wrench, unscrew the two banjo bolts which connect the marker's circuit board to the aluminum breech inside the fiber-reinforced nylon body shell.
SP-1
VIBE
SP-1
SP-1
VIBE
STEP 08 BODY
Slide the inner aluminum body/breech out the back of the body shell.
Following the guidance of your Quick Start Manual, remove the bolt sleeve, bolt stop and bolt from the body/breech. Clean and lubricate these parts with
SL33K before installing them in the Blackheart body/breech.
STEP 06 CONTROL ASSEMBLY
Lift out the pneumatic control assembly.
STEP 07 BODY STOP
Use a 1/8-inch allen wrench to remove the body stop screw, located on the bottom of the body, just behind where the vertical ASA mounts. Lift out the rectangular body stop.
STEP 09 VISION
Seat the Vision circuit board in its slot in the new Blackheart body/breech. Make sure the black rubber ball detents are firmly seated in the
Blackheart body/breech.
Install the Blackheart breech into the marker's body cover. This is most easily accomplished by holding both parts upside down, so that the Vision board does not fall out of its slot.
STEP 11 VISION CABLE
Reinstall the rectangular body stop and body stop screw. Gently plug one end of the
Vision wiring harness into the Vision circuit board, where its socket is visible through the bottom of the body cover. Notice that the cable is keyed and will only plug in facing one direction—do not force the plug into the socket.
STEP 10 SUPPLY HOSE
Unscrew the brass barbed
fitting from the vertical ASA. In its place, screw in the new brass barbed fitting that is attached to the supply hose and Blackheart circuit board.
STEP 12
SECURE PNEUMATICS
Reinstall and secure the vertical ASA back into the body with the body
flat cap body screw. Carefully align the Blackheart's quick-exhaust valve and rear banjo bolt with the aluminum breech and screw both into place with the long end of a 1/8-inch allen wrench. Take extreme care not to over-tighten or cross-thread the gas-through bolts. Ensure that the Vision wiring harness is securely plugged into its socket on the
Blackheart circuit board, next to the trigger switch.
STEP 13 GRIP FRAME INSTALL
When installing the grip frame to the body, first guide the battery clip down into the grip frame. Next ensure that the hose from the vertical ASA and the Vision cable are in place, tucked up against the Blackheart Quick
Exhaust Valve and away from the sides of the body.
Make sure the clear power button is in its place in the grip frame. Face the left side of the marker down while fitting the grip frame and body together, so that gravity keeps the power button where it belongs. If the power button does come free, make sure it is facing the correct direction when reinstalled.
The raised power logo should have its central line facing upward.
Carefully slide the grip frame into position against the body, taking care not to pinch wires or hoses in the process. It may be necessary to use an allen wrench or pick to position the front hose or cable so that they are not pinched by the edge of the grip frame.
If the breech assembly inside the marker's body shell is misaligned, the circuit board may prevent the grip frame from seating properly. This is remedied by installing the marker's barrel and pushing or pulling on it as needed to position the breech assembly within the body shell. Do not force the grip frame against the body or circuit board damage may result!
STEP 14 AIR SYSTEM
Secure the grip frame to the body with the two grip frame screws.
The filter screen must be placed back into the vertical ASA, making sure that it sits flat while the Max-Flo R vertical regulator is screwed into place. The bottom-line adapter is then reinstalled.
SP-1:
Reinstall the rear cover plate and lower tactical rail.
VIBE
800.922.2147
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BLACKHEART INSTALLATION
FOR VIBE & SP-1 TACTICAL
The internal gas lines and electronic components of the Vibe and SP-1 are well protected inside their bodies—however they are delicate and may be damaged by improper handling or re-installation. For this reason it is highly recommended that installation of the Blackheart upgrade be performed by an airsmith with Smart Parts factory training. Removal of internal hoses from their barbed
fittings and re-use will stretch them and cause leaks.
The Vibe and SP-1 Blackheart upgrades are not interchangeable. You must use the
Vibe version to upgrade a Vibe or the SP-1 version to upgrade an SP-1.
STEP 01 UNLOAD/DEGAS
Begin by unloading and degassing the marker, following the directions found in its Quick Start Manual, and removing its barrel. If you do not have a printed version of this manual, it may be downloaded free of charge at SmartParts.com.
STEP 02 MAX-FLO R
Using a 1/8-inch allen wrench, remove the screws holding the bottom-line adapter to its mounting wedge or from the grip frame if directly mounted. Notice the varying screw lengths used for bottom-line mounting, so that the bottom-line may be reinstalled later with the screws in the same positions.
Unscrew the Max-Flo R vertical regulator from the vertical ASA. Take care not to lose the filter screen that is inside the vertical ASA.
Following the directions in the Quick Start Manual, remove the wraparound rubber grip, unplug and remove the marker's 9-volt battery.
SP-1:
Following its Quick Start Manual, remove the rear-cover plate. Use a 1/8-inch allen wrench to remove the bottom tactical rail from the front of the marker. The bottom rail serves as a lock to prevent the Max-Flo R vertical regulator's cover from rotating. With the rail removed, the regulator may be unscrewed from the marker, though it will still remain attached to the bottom-line adapter via its braided hose. Take care not to lose the filter screen that is inside the vertical ASA.
STEP 03 GRIP FRAME
Use a 1/8-inch allen wrench to remove the front and rear grip frame screws, then carefully remove the grip frame from the body. Be aware that the clear power button fits loosely into its position in the side of the grip frame. Be careful not to drop or lose it. Watch to make sure the 9-volt battery clip does not snag in the grip frame as the two components are separated.
VIBE:
The Vibe's body flat cap screw is visible directly above the vertical ASA where the vertical regulator mounts in the body.
SP-1:
Reach the long end of your allen wrench through the hole in the top tactical rail, down into the head of the body flat cap screw.
STEP 04 VERTICAL ASA
The body flat cap screw serves to lock the marker's vertical ASA in place. Use a
1/8-inch allen wrench to remove it.
STEP 05 BANJO BOLTS
Using a 1/8-inch allen wrench, unscrew the two banjo bolts which connect the marker's circuit board to the aluminum breech inside the fiber-reinforced nylon body shell.
SP-1
VIBE
SP-1
SP-1
VIBE
STEP 08 BODY
Slide the inner aluminum body/breech out the back of the body shell.
Following the guidance of your Quick Start Manual, remove the bolt sleeve, bolt stop and bolt from the body/breech. Clean and lubricate these parts with
SL33K before installing them in the Blackheart body/breech.
STEP 06 CONTROL ASSEMBLY
Lift out the pneumatic control assembly.
STEP 07 BODY STOP
Use a 1/8-inch allen wrench to remove the body stop screw, located on the bottom of the body, just behind where the vertical ASA mounts. Lift out the rectangular body stop.
STEP 09 VISION
Seat the Vision circuit board in its slot in the new Blackheart body/breech. Make sure the black rubber ball detents are firmly seated in the
Blackheart body/breech.
Install the Blackheart breech into the marker's body cover. This is most easily accomplished by holding both parts upside down, so that the Vision board does not fall out of its slot.
STEP 11 VISION CABLE
Reinstall the rectangular body stop and body stop screw. Gently plug one end of the
Vision wiring harness into the Vision circuit board, where its socket is visible through the bottom of the body cover. Notice that the cable is keyed and will only plug in facing one direction—do not force the plug into the socket.
STEP 10 SUPPLY HOSE
Unscrew the brass barbed
fitting from the vertical ASA. In its place, screw in the new brass barbed fitting that is attached to the supply hose and Blackheart circuit board.
STEP 12
SECURE PNEUMATICS
Reinstall and secure the vertical ASA back into the body with the body
flat cap body screw. Carefully align the Blackheart's quick-exhaust valve and rear banjo bolt with the aluminum breech and screw both into place with the long end of a 1/8-inch allen wrench. Take extreme care not to over-tighten or cross-thread the gas-through bolts. Ensure that the Vision wiring harness is securely plugged into its socket on the
Blackheart circuit board, next to the trigger switch.
STEP 13 GRIP FRAME INSTALL
When installing the grip frame to the body, first guide the battery clip down into the grip frame. Next ensure that the hose from the vertical ASA and the Vision cable are in place, tucked up against the Blackheart Quick
Exhaust Valve and away from the sides of the body.
Make sure the clear power button is in its place in the grip frame. Face the left side of the marker down while fitting the grip frame and body together, so that gravity keeps the power button where it belongs. If the power button does come free, make sure it is facing the correct direction when reinstalled.
The raised power logo should have its central line facing upward.
Carefully slide the grip frame into position against the body, taking care not to pinch wires or hoses in the process. It may be necessary to use an allen wrench or pick to position the front hose or cable so that they are not pinched by the edge of the grip frame.
If the breech assembly inside the marker's body shell is misaligned, the circuit board may prevent the grip frame from seating properly. This is remedied by installing the marker's barrel and pushing or pulling on it as needed to position the breech assembly within the body shell. Do not force the grip frame against the body or circuit board damage may result!
STEP 14 AIR SYSTEM
Secure the grip frame to the body with the two grip frame screws.
The filter screen must be placed back into the vertical ASA, making sure that it sits flat while the Max-Flo R vertical regulator is screwed into place. The bottom-line adapter is then reinstalled.
SP-1:
Reinstall the rear cover plate and lower tactical rail.
VIBE
800.922.2147
smartparts.com
BLACKHEART INSTALLATION
FOR VIBE & SP-1 TACTICAL
The internal gas lines and electronic components of the Vibe and SP-1 are well protected inside their bodies—however they are delicate and may be damaged by improper handling or re-installation. For this reason it is highly recommended that installation of the Blackheart upgrade be performed by an airsmith with Smart Parts factory training. Removal of internal hoses from their barbed
fittings and re-use will stretch them and cause leaks.
The Vibe and SP-1 Blackheart upgrades are not interchangeable. You must use the
Vibe version to upgrade a Vibe or the SP-1 version to upgrade an SP-1.
STEP 01 UNLOAD/DEGAS
Begin by unloading and degassing the marker, following the directions found in its Quick Start Manual, and removing its barrel. If you do not have a printed version of this manual, it may be downloaded free of charge at SmartParts.com.
STEP 02 MAX-FLO R
Using a 1/8-inch allen wrench, remove the screws holding the bottom-line adapter to its mounting wedge or from the grip frame if directly mounted. Notice the varying screw lengths used for bottom-line mounting, so that the bottom-line may be reinstalled later with the screws in the same positions.
Unscrew the Max-Flo R vertical regulator from the vertical ASA. Take care not to lose the filter screen that is inside the vertical ASA.
Following the directions in the Quick Start Manual, remove the wraparound rubber grip, unplug and remove the marker's 9-volt battery.
SP-1:
Following its Quick Start Manual, remove the rear-cover plate. Use a 1/8-inch allen wrench to remove the bottom tactical rail from the front of the marker. The bottom rail serves as a lock to prevent the Max-Flo R vertical regulator's cover from rotating. With the rail removed, the regulator may be unscrewed from the marker, though it will still remain attached to the bottom-line adapter via its braided hose. Take care not to lose the filter screen that is inside the vertical ASA.
STEP 03 GRIP FRAME
Use a 1/8-inch allen wrench to remove the front and rear grip frame screws, then carefully remove the grip frame from the body. Be aware that the clear power button fits loosely into its position in the side of the grip frame. Be careful not to drop or lose it. Watch to make sure the 9-volt battery clip does not snag in the grip frame as the two components are separated.
VIBE:
The Vibe's body flat cap screw is visible directly above the vertical ASA where the vertical regulator mounts in the body.
SP-1:
Reach the long end of your allen wrench through the hole in the top tactical rail, down into the head of the body flat cap screw.
STEP 04 VERTICAL ASA
The body flat cap screw serves to lock the marker's vertical ASA in place. Use a
1/8-inch allen wrench to remove it.
STEP 05 BANJO BOLTS
Using a 1/8-inch allen wrench, unscrew the two banjo bolts which connect the marker's circuit board to the aluminum breech inside the fiber-reinforced nylon body shell.
SP-1
VIBE
SP-1
SP-1
VIBE
STEP 08 BODY
Slide the inner aluminum body/breech out the back of the body shell.
Following the guidance of your Quick Start Manual, remove the bolt sleeve, bolt stop and bolt from the body/breech. Clean and lubricate these parts with
SL33K before installing them in the Blackheart body/breech.
STEP 06 CONTROL ASSEMBLY
Lift out the pneumatic control assembly.
STEP 07 BODY STOP
Use a 1/8-inch allen wrench to remove the body stop screw, located on the bottom of the body, just behind where the vertical ASA mounts. Lift out the rectangular body stop.
STEP 09 VISION
Seat the Vision circuit board in its slot in the new Blackheart body/breech. Make sure the black rubber ball detents are firmly seated in the
Blackheart body/breech.
Install the Blackheart breech into the marker's body cover. This is most easily accomplished by holding both parts upside down, so that the Vision board does not fall out of its slot.
STEP 11 VISION CABLE
Reinstall the rectangular body stop and body stop screw. Gently plug one end of the
Vision wiring harness into the Vision circuit board, where its socket is visible through the bottom of the body cover. Notice that the cable is keyed and will only plug in facing one direction—do not force the plug into the socket.
STEP 10 SUPPLY HOSE
Unscrew the brass barbed
fitting from the vertical ASA. In its place, screw in the new brass barbed fitting that is attached to the supply hose and Blackheart circuit board.
STEP 12
SECURE PNEUMATICS
Reinstall and secure the vertical ASA back into the body with the body
flat cap body screw. Carefully align the Blackheart's quick-exhaust valve and rear banjo bolt with the aluminum breech and screw both into place with the long end of a 1/8-inch allen wrench. Take extreme care not to over-tighten or cross-thread the gas-through bolts. Ensure that the Vision wiring harness is securely plugged into its socket on the
Blackheart circuit board, next to the trigger switch.
STEP 13 GRIP FRAME INSTALL
When installing the grip frame to the body, first guide the battery clip down into the grip frame. Next ensure that the hose from the vertical ASA and the Vision cable are in place, tucked up against the Blackheart Quick
Exhaust Valve and away from the sides of the body.
Make sure the clear power button is in its place in the grip frame. Face the left side of the marker down while fitting the grip frame and body together, so that gravity keeps the power button where it belongs. If the power button does come free, make sure it is facing the correct direction when reinstalled.
The raised power logo should have its central line facing upward.
Carefully slide the grip frame into position against the body, taking care not to pinch wires or hoses in the process. It may be necessary to use an allen wrench or pick to position the front hose or cable so that they are not pinched by the edge of the grip frame.
If the breech assembly inside the marker's body shell is misaligned, the circuit board may prevent the grip frame from seating properly. This is remedied by installing the marker's barrel and pushing or pulling on it as needed to position the breech assembly within the body shell. Do not force the grip frame against the body or circuit board damage may result!
STEP 14 AIR SYSTEM
Secure the grip frame to the body with the two grip frame screws.
The filter screen must be placed back into the vertical ASA, making sure that it sits flat while the Max-Flo R vertical regulator is screwed into place. The bottom-line adapter is then reinstalled.
SP-1:
Reinstall the rear cover plate and lower tactical rail.
VIBE




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