The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of Product Use:
Less than a month
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
More than 5 years
Similar Products Used:
Stock select force chip
Wdp Angel 1, 3000 psi 68ci nitro tank, blue vlocity.
Speed, battery life, speed, speed, instant feed
ok i wrote this review when i first started using the product, and then it worked fine, but after 4 months my hopper motor caught on fire, thats rite on fire, the chip must have sucked in too much juice and heated up the motor too much, do not get this if you dont want to TOTAL your whole hopper, none of the parts were even salvagable, the drive cone wont even spin cause the whole left side had drooped down from the fire, My hopper caught on fire cause i put some cardboard next to my batteries, you know to hold it in place like everyone does, i will even post the pics for evidence.
No wonder lucky paintball doesnt sell in the us anymore, by the way i would have given it a -50 if i could cause i had to buy a new kick ass hopper from boost custom.
1 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, April 3rd, 2007 at 12:19 am PST
Dispute: This is not a fair review. There should not be cardboard in your hopper, that was your mistake and the problem is on you. This reviews says nothing about the performance of your Chip, just how you put cardboard next to it and it caught on fire.
It also may have overheated due to you putting the chip in the wrong way, there is a dot on the chip that shows which way it should go in, if you put in backwards it will get hot, I guess in ur case it was left in too long like that.
I think the problem was your angel. although it probably had nothing to do with the fire. the fact you would be stupid enough to buy one tells me your stupid enough to screw up your hopper. I think its in your best interest to go buy a helmet, and try not crossing the street alone.