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Point! Thursday, October 9th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Palmer Rock LPR, Palmer Micro-rock LPR, Shocktech FGP LPR, Kapp Rhino LPR, ANS Jackhammer II, Bellsales/Smartparts EvolutionX LPR, STO LPR
Marker Setup: Silver Dust Impact IR3, 10in Boomstick, Evil bolt, Evil Valve kit, Cobra SS hammer, Chrome Check-it clamping No-rise, SS function butons, Freeflow ERA mod with Orracle Tickler LPR, Pure energy 68ci 4500psi tank, Black Redz tank cover, shocktech long-drop. Black Evolution II with Y-board, Black WAS Turbo Rev
Strengths: Very small, easy to adjust, incredibly consistant, fast recharge rate, apeasing to the eyes, sexy!
Weaknesses: NONE!, the knob is a little easy to turn though, good for fine tuning though!
Review: I ordered a freeflow ERA a few months ago, and it finally came the other day, so I went to Mo's to buy another Rock regulator (I heared that they have a super high flow rate) but I'm confident in saying that this little LPR is just as consistant as my micro-rock on my cocker. Keep in mind that this is WGP's finest LPR, they put it on their flagship Marker, The Orracle as a stock pneumatic LPR. I bought a chrome one, and so far it hasn't let me down, It looks really really sexy on my angel, easy to adjust, some people say that it is to easy to adjust though, and that it might come unscrewed durring play, I don't think this is possible, when gassed up, the knob has enough tension to be able to be adjusted, but at the same time, it is strong enough to stay in place.
Conclusion: I have used alot of LPR's and this is by far the best looking, and i is in my opinion the same performance as my Micro-Rock. pretty much perfect, everything I could want and need.
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, October 9th, 2003 at 8:41 pm PST

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