Hello, I've been doing some work on my AEG's air components, and I noticed that my tappet plate(s) do not seem to complete the full range of motion they were designed to, because they are bumping to the front of the cylinder: I don't know if it's easy to see, but the tappet plate has terminated and is resting on the cylinder instead of on the cylinder header. I'm thinking that it should be able to move back a little more, because at the sector side, the plate has to flex just a bit when the sector clip reaches its "furthest point". Honestly, this is not that big a problem, and I'm kind of over-engineering at this point, but I am wondering if it's only my gearbox that has this problem? If I take out the cylinder+head I can clearly see that the face of the cylinder head is not flat with the cylinder. Is the slot for the cylinder on the gb too far to the front, or is this pretty much standard? I'm thinking of grinding a little bit on the front of the cylinder at the bottom side, to allow for -marginally- smoother motion and feeding.