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fivestring Tuesday, January 17th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month8 of 10 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Just the stock SP-8 rear donut
Marker Setup:
SP-8, lucky stages 1,2,3 , powerlyte scepter kit
Reloader I
Strengths: Clean, simple, easy to install
Weaknesses: Not designed specifically for the SP-8
Review: The rear donut is a simple design that has a userfriendly purpose. It replaces the stock rear donut and make disassembly easy.

******For SP-8 owners********
If you have an SP-8 and wish to use the Lucky Stage 3 rear donut, you WILL have to do some body modifications. The stock SP-8 rear dount has 3 flat sides however the stock Ion has only 1 flat side. The lucky stage 3 was designed off the Ion stock rear donut. If you want to use stage 3 on your SP-8 you will have to cut some plastic from the rear portion of your body. This cut will be covered by the rear cap of the SP-8 and it will not hurt the actualy marker at all. If you need pictures of what I did, please pm me your email and I will send you some.

Over all this is a simple but effective upgrade. It makes working on the marker simple in my opininion. I wouldn't buy it on its own but with stages 1 & 2 it is a no brainer.
Conclusion: see review, got a 9 because I had to mod the body.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Darthevix Tuesday, January 17th, 2006 | 7:14 am PST
It's not specifically designed for the SP-8... it's specifically designed for the ion...
   

af895 Thursday, October 26th, 2006 | 7:48 pm PST
I'd like to see how you modded your SP-8 for this since I have an SP-8 as well and I'm considering all upgrades. (I have the Tech-T L6 bolt and a QEV already... wondering if Lucky's Stages would be helpful)
   

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