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trevor0701 Wednesday, August 30th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
stock halo drive cone
Marker Setup: freeflow autococker with E2 and MQ valve (its sick)
Strengths: Its aluminum so it wont break.
Weaknesses: heavy as hell
installation sucks
Review: The first thing i noticed was how freakin heavy the thing was, it feels like stainless steel, not aluminum. installing it was a b*tch, it was too tall for the screw that holds it in place so i had to locktite the screw and not put it all the way in, or else the cone would be bolted down to the motor (its supposed to be a little loose), once i got it in the paddles were hitting the blue thing inside right by where the paint drops down, i had to grind that down so it wouldnt rub, it was slowing the cone down and making a really annoying noise. once i got it all installed and working i took it out to the field. i could not rip my gun nearly as fast as before, i think it is because there is only 3 paddles on the newer shocktech cones, instead of 5 like the older ones and the stock cone. the batteries also died sooner than they should have due to its weight, overall i was very dissappointed, i will be selling the cone on ebay and just keeping the rip drive knob.
Conclusion: Dont buy this overpriced kit, buy a delrin one or just keep the stock one if it hasnt broken. i gave it a 4 because the cone sucks but the rip drive is pretty sweet.
4 out of 10

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