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teabags Thursday, June 23rd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 years
Products Used:
Original Cone Drive, only observed the Shocktech cone drive
Marker Setup: ICD Freestyle 2' nd gen 2004, Freak, Empire Realoder B, 68 4500 LP Crossfire
Strengths: Lighter then Shocketech, Steel Spring pin, just as fast
Weaknesses: Tricky to install, "C" Mill isn't picture perfect, Pricey, No Rip availible
Review: Pro-I would pick this cone up over the shocktech for sure. It is lighter and performs just as well. It 's very smoth milling except for the "c" mill. What else is there to say? It's a cone that wont break and is light???

Con-It is pricey, but it's worth it. I know they had a lot of trouble with this milling and is truly a nice piece. The "C" doesn't bug me too much, but the milling is kinda rough and not picture perfect, it's not too perfection that's all, not like it will effect the performance.
Conclusion: Get this cone, don't buy a replacement plastic one. Shochtech is nice but heavy. Take a look at the Zentram Halo Cone too. I've never used it but is worth checking out if you can get a hold of one which was the problem for me.

Rated 9 for "C" mill and price
9 out of 10

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