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CarlosLN Saturday, April 17th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months10 of 11 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Crossfire Reg Tanks and other presets
Marker Setup: 2 DM4's one red to black and one cobolt to black, one with shocktech mini drop and the other with a mini stumpy, 71 throttle and 70 peanut throttle, Evo II "egg" with z-board, and Empire Reloader B, Evil Pipe Barrel System
Strengths: This has a very consistent output pressure
Weaknesses: comes with a crappy tank o-ring
Review: The Throttle is a great preset air system and has very consistent pressure i used to have some spikes on my crossfire reg.I didn't like how the crossfire reg was like a huge beast and wouldn't fit well in most mini drops. The throttle fits perfectly in every drop i've seen it screwed into so far (which have been CP and Shocktech). I like the 71 Throttle so much that i bought a peanut Throttle but what was Dye thinking with that tank o-ring it is like the cheapest rubber o-ring in the world my original throttle it lasted less than one practice. I swaped it for a urethane one and my Throttles been and it works great. I would definitely say Dye has there stuff together and has created an awesome preset compared to a lot of tanks out there i don't think i would ever want another crossfire tank. You might want to look into a centerflag doolie if your guns input pressure optimum is lower than the preset (most timmies) this will give you a slight improvement in accuracy. If they fixed the tank o-ring i would be much happier though but considering it's a like a minor fix anyway buy yourself some urethane tank o-rings and get a Throttle you won't be disappointed.
Conclusion: I would reccomend this to anyone that needs a preset air system but i would be sure to warn them about that cheap o-ring. Other than that the Throttle rocks.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
DThompson421 Thursday, July 1st, 2004 | 8:45 pm PST
It dont really matter about the oring that is like 10 cents at my local shop so it dont deserve a 9 for that.
   

98crt Tuesday, August 3rd, 2004 | 5:04 am PST
tru to dat homes
   

pbdevil Thursday, August 12th, 2004 | 7:24 pm PST
2 DM4'S!!!!!!!HOLY CRAP DUDE ARE YOU LIKE INSANE RICH IR SPONSORED?????lololololololollolollollol
   

Drew Rowland Wednesday, November 3rd, 2004 | 2:27 pm PST
Could you measure the circumfrence/diameter of the peanut? I'm trying to figure out if the drop I'm looking at (pathogen on/off) is big enough to accomidate this tank.
   

CrazyMarlon Friday, January 14th, 2005 | 12:04 pm PST
i have a 71ci 4500psi Dye tank..... and im wondering WHERE THE HELL AM I GOING TO FIND A TANK COVER THAT IS GOING TO FIT!? they dont have 71ci tank covers.... that do how ever hav 68ci and 88ci U think a 68ci would fit on a 71ci?
   

Drew Rowland Saturday, January 15th, 2005 | 12:53 pm PST
On the dye website the rhino bottle cover is listed as available in a 68/71 ci size, so i would bet that any other 68 cover would fit it.
   

picaso Sunday, February 27th, 2005 | 6:56 pm PST
I've read the recharge was bad on the Dye Throttle. Has anyone experienced any problems with this?
   

sabretooth Friday, March 25th, 2005 | 4:35 pm PST
quote:
Originally posted by Drew Rowland
Could you measure the circumfrence/diameter of the peanut? I'm trying to figure out if the drop I'm looking at (pathogen on/off) is big enough to accomidate this tank.

I cannot tell whether that it will fit with the drop. I contacted dye and here are the dimensions for the peanut 70ci: 11" long 5" wide and it weighs 2.64 lbs. Hope it helps.
   

pat12345 Tuesday, June 28th, 2005 | 2:10 am PST
ok the 68ci cover fits the 71ci

   

elcapetan23 Wednesday, July 27th, 2005 | 4:59 pm PST
can anyone help me find peanut on the internet
   

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