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pobeshure Wednesday, September 7th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
1 year5 of 7 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock E-Grip
Marker Setup: A-5, LP Kit, Boomstick & Ultrallite barrels, polished internals, WAS Equalizer, JCS dual trigger, red hot power tube, superfly bolt, CP reg, 68/4500 Crossfire on a Shocktech drop w/ Empire Quick Flip.
Strengths: Easy to program and operate.
Great customer support from WAS
17bps
Weaknesses: Wires glued, not soldered
Runaway firing.
Runaway firing.
Runaway firing.
Review: Once all set up... While in ramping mode I'm getting 17 bps.
The programing is very user friendly, and doesn't take to long to get used to.

17 bps may not sound like a big difference from a stock e-grip, but believe me, you will notice the difference.
*** Just a note. As far as upgrading the cyclone feeder w/ a QEV kit to speed up the feeder. I bought one from Palmers, and it actually lowered its performance. It wouldn't even keep up in semi-auto.

The bad is that I'm on my second WAS board. And had problems with runaway firing in both. I've tried ever kind of set up. IE- Pining the trigger asm., different bend angles of the switch arm, different grip asm., trigger springs, dwell all the way up... you name it.

In Semi-auto I can set my stock board and trigger combo way better than w/the WAS.


Conclusion: In semi-auto, beter off w/ stock board. The run-away firing is very anoying.
Unless you really need the PSP ramping mode, I wouldn't bother.
Rating:
5 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, March 15th, 2006 at 4:37 pm PST
 

Review Comments
daytripper Thursday, August 17th, 2006 | 10:38 pm PST
I think the reason why your QEV wasn't working was because you have the lpk. Did you buy the lp version and not the hp?
   

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