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Dream Chaser Friday, August 1st, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 years3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
stock kingman valve
Marker Setup: Spyder Xtra, 12' CP Barrel, Taso Valve, Mod Bolt, Mod Trigger, 47ci 3000psi PMI tank, 32* spring kit
Strengths: price, cup seal & housing come with it, over all size

Weaknesses: I hear it doesn't come with a cup anymore (not a big deal!!)
Review: Ok first of all every one who gave this product a one, learn a little about a lp set up and use it more than once before you rave like a idiot how it doesn't do what it is suppost to do. That said:

I have used this in my Xtra for over three years and with both CO2 and HPA, it works great with both! I have polished my internals, mod my bolt, used a spring kit and my stock V/A has excellent air flow so I know this baby helps A LOT!! You just have to have half a brian to figure out: "Hey, I can't get all the binifits of something like this with only ONE piece of the setup." I don't have a regulator on my marker so even my lp setup isn't complete but without it Im getting about 900 shots off a tank that only suppost to give you 480 so you can't tell me this product is crap!

I hear that you don't get a cup seal with it anymore (don't know if this is true everywhere you can go) but you can use your cup seal with your stock valve or the xtra one everyone gets with your marker or a parts kit, so its no big deal. Since you should have a parts kit any ways for o-rings.
Conclusion: I'm not going to sing how this is a aklamp Torbo valve for cheaper but if you don't do your LP setup half *** and don't mind tweaking it for awhile, its a great buy. In three years I have only gone thru one cup seal and the valve is still in great condition.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Friday, August 1st, 2003 at 4:33 pm PST
 

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