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Boywonder Thursday, February 19th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Impulse, Viking
Marker Setup: Full VaporWorks, Egg, Freak, Sidewinder HPR, Palmer Rock LPR, Zenetram Trigger Frame, PDS (eyes), Crossfire 68/3000 w/ on-off, Low-Rise Neck.
Recommended
Upgrades:
Regulator(s), Barrel, Eyes, Trigger work (minimum, in that order)
Strengths: It's light, compact, easy to clean, & paint flies straight and far. Good price.
Weaknesses: It's tall, a gas guzzler, slow ROF, & the wiring harness has no connectors.
Review: With all of the upgrades, this marker rips. I use it in the local tourneys, and seem to hold my own. I sent it back to ICD for the PDS and Board upgrade, and was VERY pleased with how fast they got it back to me, and the improved performance. It cost $125, and only took two weeks. WOW, no more chopped balls! This by far the best performance upgrade I made regarding BPS speed. Obviously, you need a fast loader and an accurate barrel as well.
Conclusion: Overall, I highly recommend this marker as long as you know that there are minimal upgrades that need to be made. I bought mine used with a full VaporWorks upgrade. I love what they do to the air system, but hated the Vapor trigger. They also add a connector between the tray, and receiver. I got mine for about $450, but I've seen them on E-Bay for less with more upgrades. If you're thinking about getting a Bushy, look for the upgrades, and what you're getting for the price. They make them with AutoCocker barrel threading as well, and that is a big plus. ICD after market parts can be kind of hard to find. Search the web, ask around in chat rooms, find a retailer that deals with, and is familiar with ICD. I gave this product an 8 out of 10, because there are minimal upgrades that should be made. Good luck, and see you on the field!
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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