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Doughboy27 Friday, December 30th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: Red B2k4
Vapor valve
Shocktech Superfly
14in Evil
Clear Dye Stickys
Clear 12v Rev
Clear 12v Warp
Magnetic Trigger mod
4in drop
Strengths: Lowers profile
Great for snapshooting
Weaknesses: Kinda heavy
9volts, i did the 12v mod 24pbs =)
Review: Ive used the Proteam Warp with Gen 5 Universal kit for about amonth and its probly one of the best loaders ever. But its a bit pricey. i was lucky enough to get mine new on eBay pretty Cheap. I recommend doing the 12v mod it takes the bps from 16ish to 24. BIG difference.
Conclusion: If your always getting hit in the Blimp on top of your gun (hopper) then i say get it... heck, even if you dont and you are looking for speed GET IT. FAST....
9 out of 10

Review Comments
Uziel Gal Saturday, December 31st, 2005 | 9:27 am PST
Only problem is that after you have used the balls that are inside the Warp Feed itself, you either have to wait for your conventional loader to refill it, or be limited to the feed rate of the conventional loader. So when firing long strings, the Warp Feed will initially feed very fast (the 24bps mentioned) but once the balls that were stored in the Warp Feed are gone, the feed rate will drop down to the feed rate of your loader.

The only way to maintain a high feed rate is to use the Warp Feed with an equally fast loader, which works out as being a very expensive set-up.

However, not a problem if you only shoot short bursts.

Doughboy27 Sunday, January 1st, 2006 | 2:43 pm PST
True, and as a backman i shoot in long strings. and the 12v rev i have right now will not keep up. but i am in the process of aquiring a halo b with Victory board 35bps.. so once i have this. i can rip endless strings of paint without the blimp on the top of my marker.

let us remember the orginal idea of the warp was to relocate the hopper for less hopper hits. the speed in which the Warp feeds is just a plus.

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