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PaintElite8888 Monday, May 19th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month7 of 7 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Multiple Spyders-VS2, Pilot ACS, Compact
(not even comparable as far as quality)
Pumps-Phantom, pump 02 WGP cocker (again not really comparable, but more because of style of play)
Marker Setup: stock Fusion-silver and gold(really it's orange)
47/3000 steelie hpa
Eggy 3, z board
raps asa
new, longer macroline fittings
Recommended
Upgrades:
maybe a barrel
nice tank (alothough it is quiet efficiant)
new macroline fittings (see review)
Strengths: anno options
size, weight
efficiancy
raps asa
V2 board
speed
Weaknesses: Stock macroline fittings where crap.
no bounce controls or debounce
stock feedneck is too large
Review: I recently recieved my Dangerous Power Fusion from my local store. I was quiet impressed with what came along with the Fusion, a carboard box lined with foam that snuggly held the Fusion in place. Allen wrenchs, a barrel sock, macroline, and the manuel where all included. The only things that were missing were lube and a nine-volt battery. Also a metal box would be nice, but not essentail.
The first time I aired up my Fusion, the macroline fitting on the regulator blew out. I thought, ok well one bad fitting, oh well. I replaced it and then aired it up agin and the other one blew out! Finally, after replacing both macrline fittings NIB, it held air.
The regulator was set at 250psi out of the box, not bad. At the chrono I shot betwen 245 and 260 fps. So I left it, pretty good for an un-broken in reg. I ripped a few shots off and I could easily get it up to the 15bps cap I had the board set at.
I found I could shoot out my hopper easily in a 5 minute game. I had no problem with drop-off or eyes or anything. I got appox. 650+ shots off a 47/3000 tank. The only problem I had was ocasionally it wouldn't shoot, my guess is the eyes were dirty or I was out-shooting my hopper. After a quick swab of my breach, I was fine. I didn't get a single barrel break the whole time. P.S. the stock feedneck is large, you may want to use elctrical tape around your hopper's neck.
Conclusion: I gave this marker an 8, one point off for the crudy marcoline fittings. And one point off for the large feedneck. Other than that, an excellent marker, great price, equivantle to markers twice the price. My new favorite marker!
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Slinky17 Tuesday, May 20th, 2008 | 3:05 pm PST
The feed neck isn't large, the neck on the eggy is too small. Most feed necks are about that size and are meant to fit more conventional hoppers like Halos and Vlocities.
   

PaintElite8888 Saturday, May 31st, 2008 | 5:04 pm PST
Oh, okay. I just found it to be large. But, I used my revvy today and it wasn't too bad, I could get nice and tight. So I guess it's more of a 9 out of 10 then.
Last edited on Saturday, May 31st, 2008 at 5:05 pm PST
   

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