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Subby Tuesday, February 22nd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Marker Setup: A-5 egrip, stock, x-chamber, flatline
Model 98 ebolt, LPK, palmer stabilizer, j&j ceramic, LAPCO drop w/ stock
Colbalt DM4 mushashi, CP roller trigger
Strengths: Drops pressure significantly, especially with e-bolt. Better shot group.
Weaknesses: Kinda odd looking. Price is a little steap.
Review: I was very impressed with this kit. Since I have an e-bolt I didn't need the rear bolt and spring. So once I popped the valve , VA, and low pressure chamber in I noticed a HUGE difference. I am regulating the pressure with a palmer stabilizer that is doing an outstanding job. My marker is so quiet now. I turned the dwell slightly up on the ebolt and am now running ~180psi. <--That is outstanding for a Tippmann. The second thing I noticed was my consistancy durring a high rate of fire. I was shooting ropes. Much more accurate and consistant than before at high rates of fire. This made all the difference in the world on my marker and I love it. Got mine new for $80 so I was happy!
Conclusion: If you have money to upgrade to a HPA tank, and a good reg then also buy this. You will be very happy with it when your tippy shoots like timmy :)
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
cocker18a Sunday, October 8th, 2006 | 1:48 pm PST
180psi is great for any marker
   

westwrestlngguy Thursday, November 2nd, 2006 | 5:12 pm PST
Wow... A stock shocker runs between 180 and 220psi, and a DM6 runs at 170psi. Go Tippmann. Great review too. Quick and to the point.
   

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