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Sandman835 Sunday, July 11th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
4 years
Products Used:
Tippmann A5
BT 4 ERC Rip clip
BT 4 Combat
Marker Setup: A5
Lucky 15
Rip Clip drive Flasc adapter
Crossfire Camo 68/45
Special Ops air through stock
32* remote
Strengths: Solid well machined
fits snug
NO air operation
Weaknesses: Performance none noted yet
worth the price
Batteries needed havenít had mine fail yet
Review: I have been looking to upgrade my cyclone for some time and finally fell into a great deal. I located an A5 right shell side, adapter and Rip clip package on eBay what a deal got the whole kit for the same cost of a cyclone guts upgrade alone the hardest part was getting the A5 back together(I hate springs). After assembly it chronographed high (DA) all the air is going down the barrel now none wasted on cyclone. Shot my tank as low as I could as long as I had enough air to push a ball the Rip clip kept feeding. My A5 went from medium high air hog to an air miser Iíd have to guess Iíve cut my air consumption in half if not more.
Conclusion: This is a great addition for those who have lemon cyclones like mine. Invest in a right side shell the feed hook was removed on mine this way you can always go back to a cyclone but I donít know why you would. This thing is wicked, if it wasn't for the ability to mount a Rip clip using a Flasc adapter to my A5 it would still be in the bottom of my bag not used Thanks Flasc for this innovation
10 out of 10

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