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Unregistered User Sunday, September 23rd, 2001
Strengths: I found out about this product on this site. Decided why not give it a try, see if it does what they advertise. All i can say is it does everything and more. I have it on my 2001 STO and i would occasionally shoot a few blanks during a string or rapid fire with the regular 12v revvy. Now i can rip as fast as possible on it without as much as a hiccup. We even put my hopper on my buddys 2001 Angel LCD with a trigger job, RIPPED on it and it fed flawlessly. Needless to say hes buying one instead of the intellifeed.
Weaknesses: Not a single thing........ I waited to post this after a LONG day of paintball and i have NO complaints.
Conclusion: If you are having problems out shooting your revvy this thing is worth its weight in gold. Price is awesome considering what you get. The 5 second standby is very nice. (when youre out of paint the hopper spins for 5 seconds then goes into standby till it senses more paint.) If you havent bought a Revvy yet BUY A 9v and then buy the turbo rev board for the 9v. Youll save some money doing it that way, and the new board comes with a 4 blade paddle.
10 out of 10

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