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andrewcortez Friday, August 13th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months9 of 10 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
other timmys (alias, z series, dragon)
ebladed cockers
dm4
most other high end guns that you can think of
Marker Setup: warped sports dark intimidator black with red sleeves
saber techna trigger
pure energy 45/45
CP drop and on/off
red halo b with victory board (35 bps)
Recommended
Upgrades:
no upgrades really needed
(read main review body)
Strengths: Fast
consistent
hardly no kick
gas efficient
etc. read main review body
Weaknesses: Read main review body
Review: the dark intimidator is one of the greatest timmys i have ever seen, shot, or owned.

there is hardly any kick at all due to the low pressure operation. about the same amount of kick as the dye dm4.

this timmy is also very gas efficient and is also very consistent. at the chrono station i was getting either +/- 1 psi.

there really is no need for upgrades either unless u arent really a big fan of swoop triggers.

warped sports and bob long also managed to put in a lot of upgrades for ya. they put in a function delrin bolt so theres no need for lubing the bolt,
the function trigger,
and the super fast frenzy board.

the dark timmy also has an LPR and an HPR (torpedo reg) so there is no need for a low pressure HPA tank.

many timmy owners also seem to complain about timmy FSDO or first shot drop off, well the dark timmy eliminated this problem. the torpedo reg is very consistent and has a very fast recharge rate which means that even though you shoot strings of paint you will still have ball on ball accuracy.

speaking of shooting strings of paint, the frenzy board in the dark timmy allows you to shoot in excess of 25 bps. frenzy chip is really fast and allows you many options on how to fine tune your gun. and it also helps a lot with the LCD screen embedded in the grip along with the two button menu which allows for easy menu choices.

anti chop eyes also work very well. i have not chopped a ball since i have gotten this gun.

many intimidator owners also complain about difficult maintenance but the hardest thing to maintain this intimidator is taking of the warped sports cross ram cap which is kind of hard to take off but other than that maintaining this gun is fairly easy.

one thing i forgot to mention is the pure SEXINESS that this gun posseses, great milling with a sleek look.

although this is a great gun it is still $1400 but if you have the dough then go buy it, worth every penny.
Conclusion: high ROF, many upgrades straight out of the box, anti chop eyes, accurate, easy maintenance, fast board, great looking gun, great performance. everything you could ever want in a high end gun. great gun for any player, if you got $1400-1500 to spend then you need to buy this gun, YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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