Basicly a C98 with nothing stock on it exept for the body... (and yes, internals too, the LPK gives new interals too)
Looks great on a tippmann (or at least mine)
Works great on a tippmann (or at least mine)
Very smooth and clean
Easy to work with
Very good price, as far as regulators go - the tippmann 2nd regulator is 70 bucks while this one is available for 50-60 bucks.
Not much - Plus its hard to complain about regulators...
Great product, Great company, Great Buy, Great price
I would just like to thank all of you that voted helpfull on my review, it helps keep it on top so that the people looking for reliable and to-the-point information about this product find it fast without having to scroll through countless other reviews. Thanks again
stfu p8nt freak. He can put whatever he wants an his gun. "who puts a torpedo regulator on a 98 custom" someone who wants a slightly cheaper reg on there gun that is still good????? You probably have a talon or something you noob.
haha.. looks like someone can't read? ... Or spell Newbie .. right?
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quote:Originally posted by eminem3159 torpedo regs shouldnt go on walmart guns its not cool! tri a expansion chamber u noobie. response trigger lmao what u need help to pull the trigger is it too hard? and tippmans suk i alwayz bunker those newbs they think there so good cus they have a few ups well my shocker has nothing stock except the max flo 68/45 manifold and the barrel front ( iuse a freak with the AA)and the gas thru! u noob. also my custom built e2 cocker will waste u. ur just another noob out there that plays woodsball where all the 50 y/o's dress up in camo and play woods ball!!! then we got the response triger for the hardcore newbs who THINKthey are speedballers! so all u noobs out there stfu !u noob!dam tippy wanna b real pballers those guns look like pos's plastic blowback crap. dam newbies. looks like p8nt_freak1852 is the only non-newbie here and i wouldnt mind if he had a talon because take anything over a tippy on my team. once again i cant stress this enuff ur NEWBS@!!!!
so i assume you absolutly love tippmann right? why do you friggin hate them so much???!?!?! have they broken your heart in the past ;)
from what i've heard, theyre extremely effective (atleast compared to other regs) with Co2, but they will obviously work well with N2 and HPA, Id get it (actually, i might) lol, it should work well on a TES
The person with the TES my friend has the same gun but u should buy the black magic autococker reg because it works great with Co2. My friend had Co2 with the reg and it worked great with his CO2 but he now has hpa
u should get a syphon tube and a smart parts pinless valve it works pretty good it lets no liquid in the gun
Hey I am thinkin' about getting a regulator for my Spyder TL-X and I was wonderin, where does it go? I see some that are very small and some that look like grips for the gun. And I also see some that don't have gauges on them, are they still regulators? If so, then how do you know what psi it's at? And also what's psi? lol. Please help me because everyone else is like UR A NOOB OMG!! -Thanks
quote:Originally posted by Mr. Locke Hey I am thinkin' about getting a regulator for my Spyder TL-X and I was wonderin, where does it go? I see some that are very small and some that look like grips for the gun. And I also see some that don't have gauges on them, are they still regulators? If so, then how do you know what psi it's at? And also what's psi? lol. Please help me because everyone else is like UR A NOOB OMG!! -Thanks
If the Spyder TL-X has an expansion chamber you have to remove it and put a reg in its place (as Jett had said). If it doesn't have one, you may need a new VA. PSI is the pressure of the air (pounds/square inch? Don't know I'm metric). You will need an adapter to hook a spyder up to one of these regs, or a new ASA and a marco line kit. And yes, a reg without a gauge is still a reg. You can't tell what pressure you are at without a guage, but most regs and/or VAs have a spot for a guage.