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battleonpaint Saturday, November 4th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Spyder Imagine-hahahaha
Ion (tested)- hahhahaha (good gun for price but hahahhaha)
Alias (tested)- about the same if set correctly but need ups
Marker Setup: Etek Ego
- Stiffi Switch kit
- Star trigger
- TI rammer
-Halo B with rip drive
-45/4500 PMI tank w/ PE cover

Spyder Imagine
-Bandit Bolt low pressure
-Macroline Kit
-Bandit high flow valve
-Dye sticky's grip
-Sweet Spot trigger
-50gram switch
-CCM Heli Clamp Feedneck
-14inch J&J Ceramic Barrel
-CP Spyder Flame Drop
-Eggy 2 w/ Z board
-32 Degrees spring kit
-Crossfire 70/4500psi Stubby w/ dye rhino cover
NONE! but if you want to make it even crazier!!

1) TI Rammer -Reduce kick
2) Cure bolt- Shoot brittle paint better
2) Barrel- Even though stock is pretty good already, get a kit and this thing can shoot a fly!
4) Trigger if you dont like the stock one
Strengths: Price
Air efficient
Great feel
No ups needed!
Weaknesses: NONE! but if I have to would be the kick? no big though
Review: My first impression
I was looking to buy a new gun and I was considering the SP Nerve or an alias Timmy. I did my research on both of them and I went to the store to test them out. They didn't have the Nerve because I guess its pretty old? So I tried out an Alias. The Alias shot pretty nicely but they told me I would have problems with maintainence because I never owned a high end gun before. Also Timmys need to be perfectly set or else it wont shoot to its full potential. So then I looked around and I saw the Etek. When I held it, it was wow. So light and it perfectly modded to my hands.

When I first shot my etek, it was pretty damn accurate even with the stock barrel. I was even using crappy Wal-mart balls and it still shot ropes.

The maintenance is very easy. All you have to do is clean the bolt after each day of play and then lube the rammers o-rings. The only thing that suck is there is no allen wrench included to remove the ram cap.

The reg isnt very good until you put 6000 some shots into it. After that, it settles down to a +/- 2 or 3 and it is fine.

This gun is extremely effiecient. I use a 45/45 and I can still get off a very large amount of shots. Also, the pressure doesn't effect the shots until there is such a small amount of air left it is practically empty, basically meaning that it will operate at 1000psi with the same effectiveness as at 4000psi.

I think it is very fast. Out of the box I could easily get a consistent 15 BPS on semi. The trigger is really easy to adjust. However, I think the manual made some mistakes on how to adjust the trigger.
Conclusion: BUY IT! If your range is from 600-800, this is the marker to get. Dont consider anything else! Best part is, it rips right out of the box, no ups needed. and PE customer service rocks!
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, April 11th, 2007 at 1:17 am PST

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