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TeamDisFunctioN Saturday, November 17th, 2001
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
3 years
Products Used:
Compared to the standard smart parts verticle adapter, the Voodoo Full Flow is much better .
Marker Setup: 2002 Smart Parts Impulse, VFF, Eclipse Blade trigger, Black CP lightning DF, 20 oz. w/ anti-siphon and 12-volt Revolution hopper.
Strengths: Makes gun cycle faster, meaning more bps, got rid of my first shot ball stick problem. which is when i'd first gas up my gun there wouldn't be enough gas to shoot the ball, so now the VFF (Voodoo Full Flow) sends gas to where it's needed. Has a nice look to it, black is a glossy color. looks just like black color of impulse.
Weaknesses: If you buy it seperately you have to TAP (not sure what that is but I know it involves making the holes bigger). I bought it with my gun because I don't know how to tap. About 30 dollars more than the standard smart parts verticle adaptor, but well worth every penny
Conclusion: The Voodoo Full Flow is a great MOD for the Impulse. It cycles faster, looks great and gets rid of first shot ball stick problem, which really sucked cuz the ball would get stuck in barrel sometimes.
9 out of 10

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