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El tormento Friday, March 20th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
1 year3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
The stock Cyclone Feed Paddles(hard plastic)
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98C
polished internals
14" J&J Ceramic Barrel
E-Trigger with WAS
Pen Mod(for trigger spring- lightens the pull)
Red velocity spring
RAP4 Aluminum power tube
TechT fang trigger
PHAT performance, 4 stage expansion chamber(black custom paint job)
WPG on/off ASA
Cyclone feed system with upgraded parts:
1. QEPH exhaust
2. Hot Rod Connecting rod
3. Cyclone Ratchet mod
4. worr games squishy paddles
LP(low profile) hopper
20oz tank
Strengths: durable
interlocking with a washer to reduce friction
reduced popcorning at high BPS/Velocity
Weaknesses: None so far.
installation might be a bit tricky(been a while, sorry)
Review: I purchased the War Gear paddles a while ago, but havent been able to write a review. But after extensive shooting and playing with the fully upgraded cyclone feed system(see upgrades), I found that it greatly reduced my popcorn effect and i was also able to up my BPS and Velocity without the fear of breaking too many balls when shooting full auto.

The installation was a little tricky.. (if i remember correctly)

i just had to take out the old paddles and the bottom paddle give yous trouble(the stock one) and then you follow installation guide(white nylon washer(to reduce friction on the bottom between the paddles) then the interlocking paddles and then screw the paddles in.) and voila, new paddles!

Although i attribute being able to shoot faster at higher bps in my cyclone as well to the all metal internal upgrades and the QEPH system. so also for just about 40-60$ i would recommend upgrading the entire system to metal internals(faster BPS and longer life of your Cyclone feed System) -> this is just a side note, not part of my initial review.
Conclusion: I highly recommend this product to anyone with the cyclone feed system. 20$ is a fair price for a solid upgrade like this.

For the construction of the product, its durability and purpose, i give it a solid 10.
10 out of 10

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