halo b with v35 matches the speed and is a lot quieter and more efficient
spyder extra, clamping feedneck, odyssey refulator, 32 degrees drop forward, smart parts progressive 14" barrel, bob long 6 stage foregrip, kingman version 2.0 rocking trigger, dye sticky grips, halo b hopper
Very fast and easy to strip.
Loud, drains batteries, hard to fix.
I purchased the torque 440 oudmoth loader for 45 dollars on clearance about a year ago. For the priced i was very pleased with my purchase. It fed on the upwards of 40 bps and i had very few chops. The only down side is that it continually runs, but the paddle slide on another wheel that is held togethor with magnets while the balls aren't dropping therefore it keep constant pressure on the ball at all times so the pick up time is good. There is a reverse button to clear jams but I never evenhad to use mine. It is an upside that to tear it apart there are no scews but until you get used to it you'll think that you're gonna break somethin doin it. The major downside is that once or twice the paddles would come loose from each other during a game and because it was all held togethor with magnets there were about twenty of the little boogers that you had to put back in the slots of the motor with the right side up and you better be at a table inside or you'll lose one.
For forty five dollars is what a great purchase and I still use mine as a back up but lately they've gone up to 60 or 70 and for that i would buy a halo, in fact I did.