Viewloader Evolution 2
Halo B v35 with Rip Drive
Proto Matrix Rail LE, Smart Parts Max-Flo Micro, Freak kit
EBlade1 Autococker, Macdev Conquest, Freak kit
Tool free design
Motor is always running
I purchased a Torque as an upgrade to my old Egg2. I wanted something with a smaller profile, higher feed rate and the tool free design really appealed to me.
The Torque is very easy to take apart, put your hand inside, press the pins down then lever the sides off. It can be done in as little as 30 seconds if you know what you are doing.
The Torque sits very low on the marker which means less of a target to get shot! It seems very well constructed and the internal battery housing is a really neat.
The capacity of this hopper is tiny, having a smaller profile sacrifices the amount of balls you can get inside, a 140 pot seems to fill it up and it means that you really have to know your paint level before you reload.
The motor runs constantly, i was unaware of this when I bought the Torque, IMO it is a weakness. I'm sure on Sup Air fields it isnt a problem but for recball it can get kind of annoying, it may be reasonably quiet but the constant motor sound is a bit pants.
Overall not a bad hopper for the money but in some ways I wish i had just gone for a Halo. I would hope in the future an updated board will come out which includes a sensor as well as the slip drive system.