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Unicorn Wednesday, September 18th, 2002
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Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 months
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98Custom with the low pressure kit, Male Palmer Stabalizer (regulator) a SP 14" Progressive barrel, Pure Energy 68CI 4500 PSI tank, 9volt revy (X-board enroute), and a Lapco 12" Bigshot powdercoated enroute.
Strengths: Lowers operating pressure, increases number of shots per tank, reduces ball breakage, seems to run cleaner, a little quieter, and a little less recoil, easy to install.
Weaknesses: Initial cost is high, makes gun more bulky with both regulator and low pressure chamber on bottom of gun.
Conclusion: Unless you happen to have a lot of money to spend all at once, this is worth it. Don't listen to those who say nonsense like, "For that much money you could buy'" whatever they happen to like. Your HPA tank, and probably regulator are not gun specific and can be used on another gun if you decide to change. The gun adn LP kit come to about $300 total. With just about any gun you still have to buy a better barrel, an electric hopper, the air tank, etc, so those costs even out.
If you're using compressed air, and plan to stay with your model 98, get this kit. If you're going to be getting a new gun soon, then don't bother.
9 out of 10

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