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mjwalrus Sunday, August 23rd, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
stock paddles
Marker Setup: X-7 w/ Egrip, ricochet hopper,32 degees whisper barrel, lightning rod, vortex mod, squishy paddles, 68/4500 cf air tank
Strengths: Nomore brakes in hopper, cheap, easy install
Weaknesses: Loose fit on axel ,paddles slip causing the gun to not fire and un-cock
Review: Veryhappy with no more chopping and spraqying splatter in a battle, I tell everybody I see with a cyclone feed that it is absolutely neccassary will continue to do so because all players i hve seen with stock paddles has the chop and spray problem no matter what gun or quality of paint.
hopefullt techt will find out about looseness as a problem and stiffen up the inside of paddles
Conclusion: Squishy paddles shoild become the stock part for cyclone feeds because stock paddles will work for 6 hours then chop at any rate of fire, squishy paddles will fire at high bps and not brake in hopper
Rating:
7 out of 10
 

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