No batteries to worry about
Can take some time to install
I got this hopper because I was having trouble chopping balls and having inconsistent feeding with my gravity fed hopper. I've probably shot about 1,000 paintballs with this hopper and haven't chopped one yet, which allows me to stay accurate all of the time and not have to worry about cleaning my gun as much as I used to. Also, unlike the stock feed, the cyclone hopper does not wobble at all. This hopper also does not need batteries, which is a huge bonus to not have to worry about having a battery.
The only possible thing that I can think of that would be a weakness for this product is that it could probably be difficult to install if you don't know about the internals of your gun. For anyone that has been inside their 98 before, though, it should be rather easy.
After using this a couple times, I have discovered that, because I'm not chopping any balls anymore as a result of the Cyclone Hopper, I don't have to worry about cleaning my gun internals very much anymore. Before the Cyclone, the inside of my gun would be thoroughly painted.
This is definitely a must buy for the Tippmann 98. You won't regret buying the Cyclone Feed system.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, June 19th, 2007 at 9:35 pm PST