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HampsterFist Friday, May 10th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
No experience with aftermarket cup seals
Marker Setup: Dragun E-1 - Stainless Steel Turbo Valve, Custom Cut X-Barrel no porting 10" , Check-It Products Dragun Full Force Delrin Bolt, Check-It Products Dragun Sweet Spot Trigger Flat, Check-It Products High Volume Cell, CMI R2000 Inline Reg with male / female ASA linked inbetween marker and ACI Sub-Zero 4stg X-Chamber, Lapco Cup Seal, Java High Pressure Coiled Remote, 20oz Pure Energy Co2 Tank, Fed by a VL eVLution hopper. Double Regulated from 775psi bottomline reg, 550psi inline reg.
Strengths: I had a valve leak once I lowered my Dragun's operating pressure to 550 psi, either there wasn't enough pressure to keep the stock cup seal closed, or it had simply gotten damaged I don't know. But after the installation of Lapco's Spyder Cup Seal into my Dragun the leak was eliminated.
Weaknesses: None that I can think of, its less then $5.00 so there are no complaints, it does the job it was advertised to do.
Conclusion: For those using Draguns, Spyders, and other compatible markers, if you find that your marker is leaking from within, and you suspect it may be from the valve, I highly recomend you change the cup seal, I'd go with Lapco's Spyder Cup Seal. It's advertised to eliminate leaking from within, and it does just that. If your gun continues to leak even after you've installed the Lapco cup seal, then you may need to purchase a seal kit that includes valve o-rings and which ever else o-rings you suspect may be leaking. I rate this product as a 10 since it does its job at an extremely affordable price.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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