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SpyderGnome Friday, October 22nd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months7 of 10 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Pure Energy, not near as good
Crossfire, better than above, but not as good as the max-flow
Centerflag Dynaflow, not as good
Marker Setup: WGP Mini E Class Orracle
TRV's
eVLution 2
Smart Parts Max Flow 68/4500
Strengths: Consistency
Looks, I like it!
Consistency
No, I mean EXTREME consistency
Weaknesses: weight, I have the older style....
conversion...
Review: Ok, so I bought this Red pretty older manifold style Max Flow off ebay for 285, not bad, but not a great deal on a used tank. So it appears that I read the description wrong and I ended up getting a Low Pressure Max Flow instead of High Pressure, which is what I need for my Orracle, though my orrace worked fine with the Low Pressure, just wasnt effiecent...

Even though effiecency was lacking, consistency was not. Chrono'd in at 250, 253, 252, 253, 250, and so on, NEVER once did it go over 253, nor go under 250, and I was only running such a low velocity cause i forgot my Black Magic Regulator allen wrench, so thats the highest I could get it to shoot.

Comparisons:
- as compared to a Pure Energy screw-in: 282, 287, 278, 283, 279 (+/-9)
- as compared to a CrossFire scre-in: 285, 280, 281, 286, 284 (+/-6)
- as compared to a CenterFlag Dynaflow: 260, 264, 261, 263, 260 (+/- 4)
(all tests done on my orracle, with full air fills, and slow shooting over the big red chrono)

The only problem I can find with this, and this may not even apply to you, because I have the older style (Manifold) type regulator is weight. My gun by nature was a light gun, 3 pounds, minus an ounce, but pretty much adding the Max Flow doubled the weight, and now my setups is pretty decent in weight and I really really like the consistency afforded by the Max Flow, which really really helps for backs(me) to shoot ropes! also this argument to me is voided because I really dont care about how much my stuff ways, cause I play in the back, just shootin along, mindin my own business...no need for light crap!
Conclusion: If ya got the money for it, go for it! I personally love it and its ultra consistency as compared to preset screwins.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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