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eonmellitz Monday, November 22nd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
timmy 98 comp air
Marker Setup: comp-air a5, flatline w/ e-grip
Strengths: Consistancy, efficientcy
Weaknesses: A bit finnicy untill the reg is adjusted properly. not a quick install.
Review: verry efficient on N2 and C02. got 1900 rnds out of a Co2 20oz. Will opperate down to 400 psi on CO2, stock only will opperate down to 780. Makes velocities consistant in cold weather. Also it's virtually impossible to freeze up marker on c02. the only down side to using co2 was that after a rapid fire sequence, if the internals were allowed to
thaw out fora few minutes there would be a spike in velocities for the first 2-3 shots. Nitroges seems to shoot about the same, a bit quieter, and a few more shots per tank. I've heard alot of my friends talk down about their experience with the comp air system. But all their problems were resultant of the regulator being maladjusted or tank output pressures being inconsistant ( like the last batch of crosfire tanks on the market). After I fixed/ adjusted their markers for them they have no more problems. I believe it is a must for a high volume player.
Conclusion: Great for gass efficientcy on N2, exceptioanal for efficientcy on CO2. If you're not confident in your instalation and it gives you problems, send it into tippman. Usually they fix/ adjust it for free. They have good people up there and turnaround time is pretty quick. once you get it set up properly, leave it alone and you should be very pleased.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
maroon3d Tuesday, May 11th, 2010 | 1:54 pm PST
Everyone says that they had to buy an N2 tank to run this comp-air expansion kit...

So everything worked out for you when you ran it with CO2?
Are most people talking about a different kit than you?

Thanks
   

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