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Diablo7877 Tuesday, April 29th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
6 months12 of 12 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Smart Parts Tapeworm
Marker Setup: Smart Parts 2002 Impulse (Black) #13682
-Runs at 140 PSI Valve / 60 PSI Solenoid
-Shoots 280 FPS
-Smart Parts Total Freak (Stainless Steel Back, Black All-American 14" Front)
-Smart Parts "Cricket" Vision Board and Anti-Chop Eye
-New Designz Blade Trigger
-New Designz Dragon Hammer Cap
-New Designz Drop Forward w/ Built-in Max-Flow Mount
-New Designz "Equalizer" Bolt (Flush to the back of the gun)
-New Designz "Slik Shot" Ram Shaft
-"Rathole" Stainless Steel Hammer
-New Designz Titanium Link Pin
-New Designz Valve Cap LPR Combo (Jackhammer II, HVVC, Tounament locking knob, and LPR hookups)
-Smart Parts Twister Vertical Feed Tube (Low Rise)
-Smart Parts "Freak" Grips (Black)
-Smart Parts Max-Flo 68 Cubic Inch 4500 PSI Tank
Strengths: Shorter, better, and not as expensive as other valve cap LPR setups.
Weaknesses: There's a weakness?!?!
Review: New Designz brings yet another quality product to the impulse. As a user of almost all of their products, I have come to expect excellent parts, and was not disappointed. This valve cap combo provides a great way for someone to get a working LPR setup. Not sure which LPR to use? NDZ gets rid of the guessing and question asking, they give you the very consistent and well known ANS Jackhammer II. (They give you the new 20 BPS faster recharge version of it too) Not only that, but they get rid of the connections you usually see on this kind of setup. What does this mean? Shorter, and much more clean looking. And the price is simply amazing. Their high volume valve cap stops shootdown and allows you to lower your pressure or dwell because it holds just THAT MUCH more air in reserve. I have my gun setup so well right now that I CANNOT CHOP. I have ripped as hard as I can on my gun (and several friends have also) and this gun just PINCHES balls. And the best part: My dwell is all the way down as far as the cricket will allow. How sick is that? This of course requires more than just this part, but the combination of all the NDZ stuff working together is undeniably the best out there. And, Dave and Tony are awesome guys also. They stand by their products and are always listening to what their customers say so that they can further improve their goods.
Conclusion: You want an LPR setup? Look no further. This rocks. Can't complain one bit. Setup is quick and easy, all the necessary parts come with it and it's just an all-around great product. What? It's still long? Don't be fooled by the smaller LPRs. Most of them aren't even half as good as the Jackhammer II. The Palmer is the only one that comes close. And that suffers from shootdown problems becuase it simply doesn't hold as much as the Jackhammer II. Stick with what New Designz recommends, they know what they're talking about.
10 out of 10

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