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Tippyprouser Sunday, November 13th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
many different electric hoppers of my friends
Marker Setup: Custom Pro
Dead On Pro Seal
GTA Inline Expansion Chamber Kit
Cyclone Feed System
Polished Internals
Strengths: No paintball breaks
No need for batteries
You are now like an A-5
Weaknesses: None that i know of...
Review: Ok so it was a saturday that I decided i need the cyclone feed system. I was always shooting too fast during play, and if i had a full hopper some balls wouldn't go down the feeding tube so i would have to shake it every so often.

So i had 60 bucks and I first went with my dad to this new bass pro shop that just opened. I thought that they might have it. But they didn't so i went to this other sportings good store from which i bought my gun from and i knew had it.

Just looking at it i could tell it was going to be sweet. it was easy for me to install..because i had already installed the Dead-On Pro seal powertube, it already had the thing sticking out with a plug in it. So all i had to do was find the right size allen wrench (which was a 3/32) and screw it out. But if you don't have the pro seal it comes with a replacement powertube. All you have to do is take the gun apart and put the powertube in a vice, get a 7/16 wrench and unscrew the steel hose.

Now there wasn't any loctite that came with the kit...so you are going to have to get some or teflon tape either one will work. But first you need to take something like an allen wrench and push out the valve inside the old powertube and put it in the new one...line up the holes and screw on the steel hose...

But the gun back together and then thake the little black plastic screw and screw it in where the metal plug is and then you are done!! it was that easy...I love this cyclone feed system

oh and i also advise that you keep this metal screw plug cuz you never know if something goes wrong with the cyclone..(which i dought) and all you have to do is plug the hole and use your old hopper if you still want to play paintball
Conclusion: I TOTALLY RECOMEND THIS PRODUCT. it is easy and it feeds as fast as you shoot. And if you are over shooting it i don't know why you are because you only need one shot to get the person out. But anyways this product is superb and i would recoment it to everyone with a 98C and a Custom Pro. I haven't broke any paintballs yet and i hope i don't!!! I give this product a 10!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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