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Zerocygnal Friday, October 22nd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
32 Degrees, Kapp
Marker Setup: Syndicate Cocker, ST Front Reg, ST Superfly, ST Inline Reg, ST Rat 3 Valve, Palmer 3-Way, Matchstick Barrels, ND LPC
Strengths: No hype....delivers!
Weaknesses: Larger than expected. May not fit on e-bladed cockers.
Review: Like I said before....NO HYPE...delivers. For the performance minded, this thing is a great addition for being on the cutting edge of LP. Additionally, the LPC is large and the chamber inside is equally as volumous. In combination with my other parts selection, my cocker shoots and I play around 180 psi.
Conclusion: A little on the steep side for what it actually is.... large resevoir of air. For those who search for the grail of ultra sensitive markers on paint, this may help. I have a personal fixation with performance and this small part helped me acheive the lower pressures I was looking for.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
toothpastedog Friday, October 22nd, 2004 | 10:05 pm PST
how does improve the cocker's performance to opperate @ 180psi?

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