Great Product. Caught mine on sale at xpaintball and I got a black evolution 2 for only 30 bucks! What a deal! Anyways, this tank has an excellent air flow, holds pressure well, even when low(3-400psi) Very light, small, durable, doesn't stick out with the shocktech drop(long). If you get one, be sure to get a DYE tank cover. Those things are so incredibly durable. Don't settle for a cheap thin neoprene cover, go for the good stuff!
Nothing really to say here. I am fully satisfies with this tank. My friends are all admire the cool Warped Sports logo, and everyone thinks it's expensive, even though I only paid 210 for it at xpaintball, pretty cheap for the quality of this tank, and I got a evolution 2 for 30 dollars?!?! Go to xpaintball now and I think you can still get a clear evo 2 for like 40 bucks, if you buy the tank and the hopper....
Love this product, I hope Warped Sports continues with this, someone e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you know anything about the warped sports bolts, or know where I can find a lighting bolt w/delrin. Also can the lighting bolt accept the evolution style pins? Anyways, great product, I highly recommend it, it beats C)2 any day, I noticed increased range, I could play all day w/ no refills, ,more accurate on field and chrono...
Crossfire screw-in tanks are very similar, p.e. tanks as well
3 nyx's, ironman timmy with 05 frame.
Luxfer tank, weight.
Reg maybe, not all places fill to 4500 still these days
I got this tank in a trade, when I got it I was thankful it had a p.e. regulator on in.
I've heard bad things about the Warped Sports tanks, mainly the regulator leaking and such. I can honestly say that I don't know if Warped ever made their own reg. But I know the P.E. reg isin't a bad reg and is very simple to take apart. The tank itself is a luxfer tank, which is a solid, dependable tank that has a good reputation. This Warped tank weighs much less than my crossfire 68/4500 (which is a Structural Composites Tank ) which makes it ideal for virtually any marker, gas hog or not. I had it filled to max last week and the guage is still reading a dead even 4500 hold. 3 year hydro on these if I'm not mistaken.
This tank gives me about 1200 shots on my Matrix, see setup above.
Great tank, sorry for the guy above me who got a bad one. I have had no problems with it and would recommend this to anyone.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, June 20th, 2005 at 1:30 pm PST
Nitro Duck pre set 68/4500
Nitro Duck X-Stream 68/4500
2k3 Freeflow Cocker-Millenium full size-Gloss Navy-honed and bored-rock reg- smc ram-bullet 3-way-sidewinder reg-Full Freak kit-14" AA tip, SS freak back, CP drop and CP on off.
Eclipse Blade Trigger w/roller sear and Blue Dye Sticky 3 grips
12v Revy and 68/4500 Nitro Duck X-Stream
It holds air and i didn't notice any problems when it was working.
leaked air when i got it. Leaked air when i fixed it.
I don't know if i just got a bad tank or what. When i got it filled for the first time it started to leak and the guy at the field told me that it was common for PMI tanks to do. Well i didn't have a problem with that because i called PMI up and they sent me out a new o-ring which they said was the problem. Well i fixed it and the thing still leaks. Not as bad as before but still leaks none the less. On top of that it really leaks when the pressure gets below 1000 psi. Again i just probably got a bad tank but it gave me enough problems that i will never buy any kind of PMI/Warped tank again.
I would not recommend this to anyone. Especially when it costs $210 at online stores and you can get a X-Stream for $250. X-Stream is much better and is adjustable. Im giving it a 5 even though i think it deserves much less but it is nothing more than a average tank.
none, just co2, but have been around many different tanks
01' cocker, eclipse trigger frame(on its way), but use ans quickfire trigger frame, j&j ceramic barrel, shocktech supa-fly bolt, big ass drop forward, 9 volt reve, 68ci 4500psi warped sports tank
It is one of the lightest tanks you will find. Like the last review said, buy it with a cover, thread protector, nipple cap. I found it on xpaintball for cheap. Very consistant. Reliable.
Mine sometimes leaks after I use it, but if I play with the pin and it seals right up. I almost sent it in, but I have been told that this is common in tanks. Other than that it has been a really good buy.
I would definetely buy this over a crossfire or aci tank. It is the same price maybe cheaper in some cases, but by far lighter than any of my friends tanks. If you are just switching to nitro it is not fancy angel air. It will probably be just as reliable, though, and a lot less maintenance.
it has a high flow of air it works great on mags, so problably you know what im talking about, it is not bulky and it fits great with the kapp dz2 drop forward, im using it on an angel and with a cocker, both of them have a great work with them also as an old e-mag i had, it worked great.
the truth is that it is great it doesnt have anything bad but the thing is that you can not regulate it.
it is a nice tank it comes with lock-skin and it has a nice look