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skulman Monday, June 27th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
None similar. First electronic marker
Marker Setup: Bob Long's ECX Intimidator.
Added the Frenzy board.
Added Killer grips and matching eye covers.
Evolution II hopper
Evil Pipe barrel kit.
This marker really needs no upgrades. It's VERY fast.
Strengths: Very Fast. Great Warranty
Weaknesses: Seems to be an air hog.
Review: Since this is my first electro I am impressed with it's speed. I started playing p/b with an original Spyder and have been moving up ever since. I've been using a very upgraded 2001 Autococker for years now and will never get rid of it. I have had only 1 problem with the timmy and that is the feedneck fell right off the gun with my hopper. Took it to Bob's shop ( yes I live only 10 mins from the shop) and they fixed it no questions asked AT ALL.. Never willing to spend the money on electro before. Worth it's money!
Conclusion: I paid $650. for it and well worth the money. I say if you can afford it buy it. Nothing compares to being able to shoot 20 bps. I gave it 8 because of it being an air hog. Used 3000psi/68 cu in of air before 1 hopper and 4 pods.
8 out of 10

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