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marc Monday, August 16th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
2 years4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
PMI Screw in tanks, once i got the dynaflow i've never had a need/desire to try anything else with the exception of a COnquest system from MacDev.
Marker Setup: Diablo Matrix, aardvark bolt kit with oracle spacer, aardvark trinity.
Short AKA Sidewinder inline HPR.
Dynaflow set at 300 psi.
Strengths: Light weight
FAST recharge rate
Easy to adjust
On/Off
Easy Maintenance
Weaknesses: The rail, every dynaflow i've seen has had its rail broken or cracked.
Review: Never experience shootdown again. The regulator recharges FAST. Its very consistent (except when low on air), i recommend coupling the Dynaflow with a good inline such as AKA Sidewinder. Killer combo.

The On/Off can get annoying, but its a good system.
Easy to maintain, there is no problem with a dynaflow that you can't fix yourself as long as you have a general idea of how regulators work.

the dynaflow has no problems recharging consistently @ 300psi and my matrix set at 18 bps... NOOO shootdown. None.
Conclusion: I really like the dynaflow. I just wish they found a better mounting system for it. The rails crack and/or break eventually, however you have the option of buying a new body from Centerflag.
Centerflag has GREAT support.

Functionality; this system is great as long as you have a fast recharging inline. However, the body design has the flaw that i keep brining up, so it loses a point for that. Nothing worse than having your tank fall off your set up when you slide into the 50.

Consider this system if you have a problem with shootdown on a fast high-end marker (eblade, angel, matrix, etc)
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Monday, August 16th, 2004 at 1:28 pm PST
 

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