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xxveinxx Monday, March 8th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
KAPP fat ram, gforce w/qev's, sto ram
Marker Setup: 2004 darkside eblade autococker - macdev04 gladiator reg, belsales 44 magnum ram, orracle valve, supafly bolt, palmer micro reg, wgp torpedo drop
Strengths: the smoothest, lower cycling pressure
Weaknesses: no milling, not the easiest to find
Review: i stood at the pro shop with 3 rams on the table so that I could cycle each by hand. All rams are somewhat smooth but seem to have certain points in the throw where they catch or tug just slightly. Not this ram. the magnum was beyond smooth from one end to the other. the pro shop was pushing the gforce ram on me cause he had used it with his marker (w/qevs) and said with the exhausts installed it was sick fast. cycling the 2 of them by hand though was compelling enough for me to overrule his recommendation and go with the 44mag. once the qevs are on it will be insane. I like having non milled pneus. simply because they are already a chore to clean paint from. try ur local pro shop to play with one. u will buy it.
Conclusion: This ram cycles the smoothest bar none, looks better imo, and because of the oversize seal, requires lower pressures to cycle. the best i have used. buy this one.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
Jme Tuesday, January 4th, 2005 | 3:52 pm PST
"I like having non milled pneus"
"Weaknesses: no milling"
you're kind of contridicting yourself

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