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Gordofski Thursday, May 8th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
2 years
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Evil Pipe Classic Tip Style
Marker Setup: Blood Red 04 Angel Speed
FBM Delrin Trigger
FBM No-Rise Hooker Feedneck
Large Volumizer
AKA 2 Liter Regulator
Shocktech Drop
CP On/Off
Evil Pipe Kit
Any decent quality brand that is in good condition.
Strengths: See Review
Weaknesses: Loudness
Review: I own two evil pipe kits, bought one, another came with a marker I bought from a friend.

To be honest I prefer the looks of the classic tip style, but that is personal preference so I won't lower my rating because of that. This tip is basically the same with a different look.

The ultra seems sturdier than the classic as there is slightly more metal to it, yet it is not noticeably heavier. I'm guessing this is to address the many complaints of the classic tip seeming weak to some people.

There is slightly less porting than the classic tip as well, so it will be slightly louder than the classic tip but pipes are known for being somewhat noisy due to the porting facing forward at 30 degrees directing sound downrange.

Conclusion: A fine barrel tip that will really do nothing other than make your pipe look different.
10 out of 10

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