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JiuJitsu500 Monday, February 28th, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Shot other cockers, and worked a lot with WGP's older stuff, like the Karnivor. I'm no Cocker pro, however.
Marker Setup: Custom ION - Virtue, TechT iFit, etc... TONS of upgrades, barely an ion anymore.
'09 Spyder Pilot - Low Pressure Mod, CP reg, J&J S2... sweet little spyder.
PB Superbolt - Backup/anything but speedball marker. FANTASTIC with a few mods.
4-way and coupler, good reg and air supply. Boring kit for smaller paint. Nothing else needed.
Strengths: Fast, Accurate, Quiet, Easy to Maintain, Tough.
Weaknesses: Bad design for 4-way (too big, not reliable). Annodizing. Feed Neck.
Review: Out of the box this thing shot like crap, and leaked everywhere. However, I bought mine new (being a few years old "new") and expected more having shot other Dye/WGP stuff a ton. But, giving it the benefit of the doubt, I got a new 4-way (which sucks on this marker) and coupler, and a new LPR because my main spring was a ball of rust (due to age, not design). Needs a beaver tail as well.

So, all new stuff installed, re-timed and trigger lightened and shortened, this thing has been a dream ever since. Sexy as hell, fast if you short-time it and lighten everything (and add a roller sear), and definately accurate. Since paint is getting smaller, I'd get a new barrel kit or the Tech-T iFit (love it). Also, add a clamping feedneck.

I don't need to say much I think, pnues were fine but old, so I replaced the LPR and 4-way. After the roller sear and timing it like a boss, this thing has stood up to hell and back over the past month or so, never ONCE busting any o-ring, or breaking anyhting, regardless of age.

Thus far, this thing is a hoss, 9 easy. It's made in the dye plants too, and the barrel it comes with are inter-changable with the Ultra-Lite, as are some of the internals. This thing has a TON of Dye in it and once you get it going, it shows.

Simply put, replace the 4-way and feed neck, and throw on a good barrel to match your paint, and time it. After that, this has kept up with the best of them for me...
Conclusion: Fantastic Autococker I think. I'm no pro of course, but I do know a lot about this style of marker and have used them plenty. This thing is a hoss.
9 out of 10

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