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toothpastedog Monday, October 13th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
6 months0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
my own very unusual lpr set up, smart parts lpr kit
Marker Setup: Ratpulse, vision, Adrenaline triggerframe, VFF that doesn't do anything, custom adrenaline thunder freak set, GP valve w/ lpr set-up (run through the asa), evil valve, 5" equalizer bolt, hsw derlin bolt pin, nd silk shot ram+ND mid wieght hammer, rat halo low rise, 68/4.5k maxflo tank, and the most important part, the chrome on/off button. also 12v revi and halo b
Strengths: Lowers bolt pressure while being able to have a higher valve pressure
Weaknesses: Expensive, only black, not the best, have to buy new valve
Review: First off, if i wanted the easiest to install, most user friendly lpr i would get this. I have it set up on another impulse with an evil valve, evil hammer, stock ram, voodoo bolt, and werm v2 kk trigger. It, as i said, is the easiest lpr to install. Also it is more user friendly because you don't have to use hoses. The problem is that you need to get a new valve. The new valve can either be a New Designz valve or an evil vale. This lpr also isn't the best. A rock reg or jack hammer lpr set up would function a little better, (that i only if you set your valve pressure @ 200psi or less and your bolt pressure @ 130psi or less). If you want to take the pressure release valve (pvr) of the asa or reg and put it on the back of you impulse (right below the hammer assembly on the outside), you can rase the valve pressure to 200-300psi while keeping the bolt pressure @ 130psi or less. This valve can be use with a ND valve or a Evil valve if the pressure is kept at the normal range, but the evil valve should be used if you put the pvr on the back of your impulse and rase the valve pressure to 300psi. I have both of my guns set up with lpr's set at 100psi and the valve pressure at about 280psi. Both are also used with evil valves.
Conclusion: If you buy a new valve (evil is best) then the product works much better. if you do that and you move the prv and rase the valve pressure, the performance is much, much better. My gun can shoot like 600 more shots since i put these products on them (before i was using a adrenalin tapeworm and a HFV. it gets a seven, upon thinking about it, because it isn't just as slap on and go upgrade-evil seems to expect you to go out of your way to make it work... and that doesn't really seem right.
7 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, October 31st, 2004 at 5:40 pm PST

Review Comments
kujo006 Thursday, October 21st, 2004 | 8:11 pm PST
this one too 10/10 but weakness you put "expensive, only black, not the best, have to buy new valve" like you said to me how can u give it a 10/10 if it's not the best (you didn't say it but u know you meant it lol) it doesn't make anysense lol you came to every review i posted so i'm doing the same to you lol

toothpastedog Sunday, October 31st, 2004 | 5:39 pm PST
rah rah rah

speedy2k4 Tuesday, January 18th, 2005 | 5:46 am PST
did i miss something or are you guys just weird??

speedy2k4 Tuesday, January 18th, 2005 | 5:47 am PST
or both of the above?

toothpastedog Thursday, February 3rd, 2005 | 7:30 pm PST

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