Imagine (black, without a sight rail)
Low Pressure Opperation
Palmer's Male Stablizer
Maddman Rocket valve
5" System X Drop Foward
Night Stick 14"
There are 7 springs
And the Red one is awesome!!!
My friend, JORDAN FISHER, is a terrible paintball player
No matter how many, or how few, upgrades you have on your marker, buy this spring kit. It makes the gun work a lot better, and it is really easy to adjust the fps. Don't waste your time researching spring kits, buy this one; Maddman makes quality products that work perfectly. I mean check out the Maddman rocket valve, there is nothing like it, and it is the best of its kind.
Don't hesitate, if you're interested in a spring kit buy this one, it's perfect for your marker. In addition, these are great, quality springs, which will probably never break.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, May 26th, 2004 at 2:45 pm PST
On my spyder the valve spring(s) don't fit into the porting hole.All the other springs fit perfect (i.e striker,sneer,trigger). I was just wondering if you had/know what the problem is. Or maybe I just got a bad set,it would be strange though if they were the only bad springs.
If you can give me a answer I will greatly appreciate it,thanks.
Wow, I wrote this review a long time ago. I forgot that I even used to own a spyder. Anyways, I do remember that I only used the striker spring set. Instead of attempting to use the valve spring (which I am certain would have zero performance difference), I simply decided to buy a different valve for the better performance (although it really didn't make a difference).
IMO upgrading a sypder is superfluous (pointless). If you want better performance out of your marker, here are the only things that will actually make a difference: a barrel, N2 tank, a new hopper, and a reg; however, the spring kit could be something that you may need because it helps adjust your fps. Otherwise, you will be incapable of detecting any performance increae. Why? Because every thing else will not make a major performance difference in the marker. Yes it may reduce the recoil and psi input, but that will not help the marker shoot any differently. Once you have purchased all the things I have listed, and you feel as if your marker is still not "good enough," IMO you need to buy a different marker.