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Gravity fed hoppers,And a electric hopper I can not remember the name of.
Tippmann 98 custom with:
Smart Parts Progresive 16"
Tapco T6 butt stock
Cyclone feed system
Low profile Butler Creek cap(realy a scope cap)
It is pneumatic
This hopper is good and here is why.
1.It feeds 15-17 bps.
2.It is very big. It holds about 230 paintballs crammed full.
3.It does not take batteries.
4.It is made by Tippmann
5.It is quick to install. Like 20 minutes flat
Now here are the bad thing about this hopper.
1.It is pneumatic. It takes more air than if you had a electric hopper.
This hopper is good if you are playing woods ball because it does not make much noise and it does not take batteries.This hopper is not good for speed ball because of how many paintballs it feeds per second.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, April 30th, 2007 at 2:52 pm PST
quote:Originally posted by emusylate Secondly you have to be retarded to take more than 15 minutes to put this on, all you do is take a couple screws out, knock the feed elbow off, snap the cyclone on and attached the hose to screw.
You acually have to also replace the power tube, that can take around 20 minutes all by itself.
you only have to replace the tube on a 98 custom. On the custom pro the stock tube is already tapped for an RT or cyclone. Your lucky if you can get it for $50. Up here in Canada it is $80 new at a pro-shop or online.
Last edited on Thursday, May 25th, 2006 at 5:27 pm PST
quote:Originally posted by SHANE_98C It takes time if you got the 98 cause you gotta locktite it and stuff. The first time i locktited mine it leakes so i had to do it all over again. then you gota wait for the loctite to dry.....
If you use teflon tape instead of lock tight it works alot better and you don't have to wait for it to dry