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LimpSling Wednesday, May 10th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
98 Custom stock hopper-stock (never great)
VL Quantum-good for 7 to 8 bps
Marker Setup: 98 Custom
Flatline
Response Trigger
Cyclone Feed
collapsable stock
remote line
custom scope
custom sling
custom paint job
Strengths: No chops
Cycles as fast as you shoot
No batteries
Cheap ~$80
Weaknesses: Blender problem with cheap paint
large profile
Review: The Cyclone Feed System is a great hopper for your Tippmann 98. You don't have to worry about your electronic hopper board getting fried in the rain because there are no electronics to fry. It uses strictly blowback gasses that would normally be wasted on making the bolt recock. Thus putting all of the gas it would normally waste into it. Just a stock 98 will be a gas hog as it is.

It has a very large profile for a hopper. It will become a blender if you shoot at a high rate of fire with cheap paint.

If you have a Response Trigger, you will need a "T" fitting from Tippmann which they will send you for the price of the stamp. To make it cycle even faster you will need a QEV which run at about 5$ if you know where to look.
Conclusion: I love it. If you pass this up, you might need to get your head checked (just kidding). It is the perfect compliment for any firepower upgrade. I give it a perfect score.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, May 10th, 2006 at 10:21 pm PST
 

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