Angel Wdp Fly 4
halo b w/ rip drive
All the bels and whistles,aka new bolts etc to shoot a top speed of 32bps
I Just got the new E2 Upgrade from autococker and I installed it on my outkast autococker and let me tell you this is how it turned out. Installation was easy and simple. It is just about the same thing as installing a e blade or worr blade. It drastically and I mean drastically improved the speed of my gun and the unprecedented accuracy of a autococker. It raised the bps from about 13bps to about 20bps!!! WOW and it has a sweet display and grip. Works well with a autocockers old and new. Awesome if you buy a old 98 or so autococker on ebay and put a e blade in it and it will be a powerhouse. I guarantee it will make you 100 percent satisfied. Comes in chrome or black. Does not take or consume allot of power. 1, 9volt batteries. I do not know what they are shipping them with but when I got mine I got the fount block and the eyes to not chop balls and trust it does not chop at all. It is a must for any autococker. The gain is un matched. Beat jimmy who goes to the field every week with his DM4 that his mom and dad bought him for 1,400 dollars. The price is a Little high and it burns a big hole in your wallet. it costs almost as much as a impulse without the eyes.
**NOW THE SPECS**
Considerable work has been carried out on the battery efficiency of the frame. The new sear release design not only uses less power, by incorporating a new solenoid coil and anti-stall action, but also operates the sear mechanism under even the heaviest loads (hardest main spring settings) down to much lower battery voltages. That means tens of thousands of shots more per 9volt battery. Standby power has also been dramatically reduced with revised circuitry; demonstrating only 0.1volt drop over 150 days on standby. Add to that the improved efficiency of the LCD display over the old LED display and it all adds up to vastly improved battery life.
Up front, the new cocking solenoid is now completely encased for better protection. The gasket is fully captured to prevent any blowout of the seal, and the hi-flow stainless barbs are now press-fitted into the new ìMinifoldî for an indestructible construction. Solenoid leaks, and solenoid shot damage are a thing of the past, as well as the flow optimised manifold and barbs further increasing cyclic performance.
Add new custom wrap-around grips, larger trigger guard, larger trigger magnet, improved trigger pivot point and trigger design, through-beam and reflective eye compatible (Reflective supplied as standard), improved menus, ROF indicator, and the E2 package is almost complete.
But with the new Patent Applied for TT has the ability to completely remove every trace of bounce that has so far plagued the cocker due to its heavy moving cocking mass. And it does it without placing any limit on the guns rate of fire, it doesn't slow the gun down, and it doesnít stutter and stall. Regardless of the new trigger design, the TT filtering allows the E2 to rip like no other electro cocker before it.
overall it was a definite good buy once your fingers touch the trigger and pull it for that first time WOW it it sweet. BUY it.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, October 9th, 2004 at 11:44 am PST
Copied what? I said I haven't set up the TT filtering, it doesn't say anywhere in his reviews that setting up the TT filtering is a personal option. You can read all about it in page 62 of the owners manuel.
All of you guys are f$cking idiots you can shoot an e2 as fast as your hopper can feed it. I would know because I have an e2 and an egg with a z board and the hopper feeds 22 balls a second so that’s how fast my e2 ca shoot. Do you want to know how the e2 feeds as fast as the hopper the eyes on the side of the gun? If you idiots don't know what eyes do? Well they sense the ball and when ever a ball gets in front of the eyes the bolt goes even if you’re not walking the trigger. Now that I have educated all of you idiots don's try to sound like you know allot about e2s. F@ck
Last edited on Wednesday, April 6th, 2005 at 9:54 am PST