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Pimpazzberetta Monday, June 30th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Flatline Air System, ACI Bulldog II, Co2
Marker Setup: Tippmann A-5 with r/t, DOP bottom block adaptor, PMI Perfect cradle, ACI Bulldog II 68/4500, Dye Rhino tank cover, 12" Smartparts AA, 14" Dye Boomstick, 8" Lapco Big shot, RVA. Tippmann F/A. Tippmann Pro lite.
Easy to use
Weaknesses: Pricey,
only goes up to 650 psi output
Review: I put this tank set up on my Tippmann A-5 (hard gun to keep consistant on HPA) and with no secondary reg at all I could not make this tank give me more than a 4 fps variance in velocity. It's so light at 2.2 lbs with a Luxfer Carbon Fiber wrap tank with a 5 year hydrotest. It's extremely easy to use the gauges and adjust the output pressure of then tank. My gun ran...277,277,277,277,281,277,281,277 fps at the chrono. This has to be one of the best tanks on the market if not the best. I chose it over the Max Flow because it's a lot lighter and more compact. Another cool thing that sold me on this over the max flow is the dove tail mount is set to go on the block for the bottom adaptor or slide right onto an existing dove tail like most drop forwards/craddles have. It attached perfectly onto my d/f's dove tail and the Max Flow's dove tail would not because they inverted the dove tail gooves. Sorry Smartparts that's what made you guys loose my sale.
Conclusion: Simply amazing and much more than I expected out of a tanks regulator. If you can afford one and your marker will run on 650 psi or less, go for this set up.

Only con is that is may seem to have a slow leak, but I have not been able to tell yet.
10 out of 10

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