Smart Parts Ion
Red Body Kit
Smart Parts Q-Lock feedneck
Empire Reloader B
Smart Parts Micro Max-Flow 68/4500psi
Removed trigger magnet and filter
1/4 Turn EASY on/off
Included S-Rail mount
LP & HP disks
I wish i could have a backup to screw in, since its permanently mounted.
The guy below reviewed it horribly ,so I decided to share my experiences with it.
I initially bought a Empire Fuel, but when my local shop delayed it for 2 weeks, i eventually told them to give me my money back and go buy the Micro Max-Flow tank system from actionvillage, and then they tell me they just got those in, and i can do an even trade since its the same price... w00t..
Ok i get the tank fixed to my gun. The first thing i noticed, WOW it looked GREAT... The second thing i noticed.. How very comfortable my tank was set when it was mounted on my gun. Its a 68/4500 and set the tank PERFECTLY how i like it, on my Ion. I wrapped my Rhino Cover on it, right off the bat. I have shot several thousand rounds through it, no problems, and it is consistent. It has a 6000psi max gauge. It has 2 burst disks, one is set at 1.8K psi, which is set after the air is regulated, so if your regulator breaks, and you send 4500 psi into your gun.. that burst disk will rupture... the second burst disk is 7.5K psi which works on the air in the tank. If the the air gets above that pressure, it will rupture. It includes a nipple cover, and with it permanently mounted you do not have to worry about thread protectors or O-rings..
The 1/4 Turn On/Off on it ROCKS... The on/off is on the Low Pressure side of the regulator, so it is easy to turn off and on, just a flip of the finger, pretty much. Unlike the Unimounts where it takes 3 minutes to turn it off, the 1/4 is SOO easy. It has a high pressure output, and is preset.
It holds up to the Smart Parts name and quality. It deserves to be in the Smart Parts Max-Flow family. If you have the money, and cannot afford a full-end Max-Flow, get this, its a preset HP tank. I give it a 9, because if you have a small tank, and you run out, you cannot just put another tank on it and have air.