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G36C Sunday, May 13th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
stock cyclone parts/ vortex is much smoother, and works well
Marker Setup: tippmann A5, ops gear g36c kit, ops gear m4 barrel (16 inch), bt bipod, bt bipod barrel adapter, tiberius laser site, tiberius tactical flashlight, techt vortex mod, techt cyclone feed lightning rod, jt tactical sling, tiberius vertical fore grip, beoranged howitzer bolt, rap4 hopper offset, pure energy remote line, pure energy 20oz co2 tank.
Strengths: Strong
Long lasting
Higher feed rate
Weaknesses: Tough to install by yourself
Review: go online for the techt instructions @
the parts are made to last longer then the stock parts so you wont have to worry about replacing them anytime soon. the cyclone feeds smoother with the vortex in it, feeds more bps. it works as advertised. works better with the lightning rod. make sure to grease the ratchet and axle!!! it will not last long unlubricated! also oil the piston rod ( lightning rod if you have one ) do not grease it, it will not work properly. greasing it causes it to chop balls. Just follow the instructions on the website and you will have it firing like crazy in no time.
Conclusion: Works as advertised! Worth buying becase you will only install it once and wont have to worry about it anymore.
10 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, May 13th, 2007 at 4:20 pm PST

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