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TheWarMonk Saturday, May 24th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
3 years
Products Used:
Ronin gear, no name harnesses.
Marker Setup: 2002 vert. feed Cocker
STO ram
WGP Tickler LPR
Belsales hollow point 3-way
Lapco SS bigshot
WGP hinge
ACI Bulldog II 68/4500
Smoke 12 volt Revvy

Aem V2 intake
DC 4-2-1 Ceramic headers
RS*R exhaust
Neuspeed Race springs w/ Koni yellows
Kumho Rubber
ST anti-sway bars
Mugen front strut
EBC green stuff pads.
Strengths: Very rugged harness, this thing is as bullet proof as my DC2 Integra.
Weaknesses: A little tight on the outside pods for me. Harder to take those two out
Review: I like this harness. Very comfortable and extremely adjustable waist-wise. You can slide, jump, crawl and snap shoot with out this thing getting in the way or sticking out too much. This thing won't sag with a full load on the run or pop your pods open when sliding into a bunker. The pods also double as a comfortable back support. All in all, my JDM jacko harness does it's job, added 12hp to my car and almost no drop in torque, thanks it it's JDMness. I hope you know I'm kidding.

By this harness and you shall not regret it.
Conclusion: Buy it for looks
Buy it for life
Buy it for paintball
Buy it, it's nice.
9 out of 10

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