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agentdowell Wednesday, February 11th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year4 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
gas through grip?
uh... stock handle?
Marker Setup: Green Spyder Imagine
- clear Viewloader eVolution II
- Phat aluminum feed neck
- 14" black Evil Pipe kit
- green ANS Gen-X2 reg
- Shocktech chrome trigger
- Shocktech aluminum volumizer
- AKA Turbo valve
- AKA Lightning bolt
- chrome bottomline and PMI remote coil w/slide check
- Pure Energy 48/3000
- 32 Degrees spring kit (lp spring setup)
- polished internals
Strengths: consistancy
high flowing
looks
adjustability
Weaknesses: gauge accuracy
cost
Review: Strengths

Performance

The GenX2 regulator has very good consistancy and maximizes flow. Double-triggering my max rate of fire (about 10 bps) and there is no dropoff whatsoever. With a low pressure setup on my gun I can get down to 270 lbs of pressure, which is quite low according to many expert paintball players (I knew they were pros because they all had jerseys on, only the pros wear jerseys;).

Looks and Adjustability

The GenX2 comes in a variety of colors to match any paintballers taste (or lack thereof; purple?) while combining the always in style chrome in classy and refined contrast. It comes fully finger adjustable with tournament locks, I think the newer ones have a hexnut instead of screws.

Weaknesses

Cost and Guage

Below 300 lbs of pressure the accuracy of the gauge starts to slip. Something to do with physics and complicated math I'm told. Also any upgrade that costs more than a C-note is expensive in my book.
Conclusion: High quality reg, works great with low pressure and accents the paintgun quite well with a combination of style and sophistication. "That guy's got a GenX2 reg on his gun? Must be a classy gentleman."
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
KingsofKrunk Sunday, July 25th, 2004 | 1:28 pm PST
Wrong review for the X2, but how do you like your pipe kit?
   

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