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Cool shoes Sunday, May 29th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Mechanical frames, ESP frame
Marker Setup: Red 2004 Vision Shocker with...
New Designz Talon Grip and Gauge Adapter
32 Degree Drop Forward
Smart Parts HE Bolt kit
14" All American Barrel .689 back
Full Freak Kit with all 8 inserts, Also two additional freak front 10" black and 14" silver
Evolution with Z- Board
And 88 4500psi Pure Energy Tank w/ Smart Parts Burn tank cover

Backup guns
Spyder TL-X with...
Smart Parts All American 12" barrel
32 Degrees Electric Trigger Frame
Halo TSA Hopper
Shocktech superfly bolt
CIP Sure fit adapter
32 Degrees Spring kit
E-99 Java edition gas grip

Custom blowback marker w/ a black E-99 body (too many parts to write)
Strengths: LCD!
Up to 20 bps!
Easy to mod
Low price/high quality
Takes all drops!!!
Weaknesses: so so grips
Doesn't fit as well as other frames when using stock screws
Review: I've had experience w/ both the ESP frame and this frame, and boy does this one blow Kingman's away. It's got a sweet, easy to use LCD screen, whereas not even kingman's rocking trigger offers an LCD. Perhaps the most overlooked yet best trait about the 32 degrees frame is the fact that it's easy to mod the trigger and install a different board/switch. With every other Spyder frame (or at least, all the frames I've seen), you have to pound out the small, metal rods that hold in the trigger switch when you want to remove it (and if you miss the tiny little rods w/ ur hammer, you will crush ur frame). With the 32 degrees frame, you can simply unscrew it w/ a small screw driver. Also, the 32 degrees trigger is plastic. Most ppl complain about this, but actually, a plastic trigger is better because you can easily mod it w/ a dremel tool, turing it into a blade trigger or some other cool trigger w/o having to spend $20 on a new one! This frame also take the offset spyder drops and the standard drops, giving u a better variety in drop forwards and cradles. The only problem I have with this frame is that my stock screws didn't work with it (You might not hav this prob if u dont have a TL-X i don't know). They'd stay in for a little but eventually they'd pop off and my body would fly off the frame. I tried 3 different lengths screws (causing me lots of trouble and failures during games cuz they'd eventually pop off) until I finally found the perfect screw. The Spyder Compact's trigger frame screws. These are PERECT for my TL-X, and now the frame is immaculate.
Conclusion: Buy it buy it buy it! I got mine for only $40 bucks!!!! $40 electro frame+$90 TL-X = Spyder that outprefroms the E-99 Avant and Imagine for less and with a cool LCD screen. Only give it a nine cuz of my screw problem
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
SKI008 Sunday, May 29th, 2005 | 10:10 am PST
Imagines are $100, so how is a $130 TLX with an electronic frame make it better? It's $30 more.
   

Cool shoes Friday, June 3rd, 2005 | 8:26 pm PST
haha sorrry last time i checked it was $150 for an Imagine and $90 for a TL-X, but geez now the prices hav gone down I haven't checked in a while sry bout that.
   

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