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cockercane Tuesday, February 17th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
none
Marker Setup: 02 WGP STO autococker
12"DYE Boomstick
ANS pneumatics kit w/ QEV's
Shocktech Bomb 3-way
ANS GX-II regulator
15* ASA
WGP hinge trigger
Sys. X drop w/ on / off
Shocktech Supa fly bolt
Stock hammer, valve and springs
Halo B w/ rip & Z-code
Centerflag hyperflow 420 68ci 4500psi hpa
Crossfire 68ci 3000psi hpa
Strengths: Inexpensive, works great, easy install, rad
Weaknesses: Increased recoil.
Review: Quick exhaust valves attach to your ram after you remove the barbs (nipples) to bleed the pressure from your ram much faster than the 3-way could do alone. Pneumatic pressure enters the ram via 3-way but exits through the Q.E.V. essentially the 3-way does half the work it used to.

When I put these Q.E.V.'s on my Autococker and immediately noticed that my pneumatics became much, much more responsive. Best way to explain it, my mechanical cocker now feels more like electro (with a long trigger pull) and half pulls or shortstrokes DON'T exist anymore.

It feels like there's more recoil, or the ram is operating with more force than it used to. I don't think my pneumatic preasure ended up any lower than it was before. If anything, I had to turn up my psi slightly to keep them from leaking.
Easy to install, but don't forget to order more hose! I needed a longer hose on my ANS ram.
Conclusion: Considering this is the least expensive upgrade on my marker, the Q.E.V.'s have made a HUGE improvement that's worth more than what I paid. I got ripped off on the shipping though, (I didn't order through palmers but I got the same QEV as pictured). The QEV's were around $20 and shipping was around $15.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, July 17th, 2004 at 10:29 am PST
 

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