Base on the successful predecessor Vengeance Pro Marker 2.0, the Xonik Marker's main feature is the new Xonik Electronic Trigger Frame. speed up to 16 balls per second, advanced 3-D milling and highly polished-fade anodizing, Pro In-Line Regulator, X-10 Kradle with On-Off, and 2 Pieces Barrel. The Xonik Electronic Frame designed with a LED display, an adjustable trigger, a removable & adjustable trigger guard (single or double). It can be set to Classic or Semi Firing Mode. The Anti-Chop Eye sensitivity can easily be adjust.
The System X Xonik is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
e-mag, xonix, impulse....but for this I had the xonix running a halo B with te soft-ware, and a 68/4500
a faster hopper than a revvy. probably a halo.
accuracy, speed, very smooth cycle, low kick, low pressure, efficient shots per tank.
You really have to work on it when you get it. factory settings are slow.
I was once the common wgp promoter, who dragged system X's products and company morals through the mud. I'll admitt it's a straight up knock-off from the e-blade but when your on the field it doesn't really matter. I was a little dissapointed at the annodizing quality. it was slow with the factory settings, and I chopped even with the eye on. the only thing it had stock was accuracy, consistancy ( 277-278-275-277 chrono) and efficiency. well, I took it home and logged onto the website and started to work reading the online manuel. after a couple hours of frustration trying to understand the marker and exactly what things do, I got it up and blazing, fast. I can shoot it pretty much as fast as I could my old ir3 (16bps). seeing as how thats the cap, It's probably closer to 14-15. It's now one of my favorite guns because of how smooth the cycle is. the stock bolt fits perfect with the bore. don't knock it till you've tried it. like so many other people just becuase they own a wgp. I don't ever chop, I shoot uber fast, and I can shoot really accurately across the field. and just for the record I use to own wgp products, and I cannot tell a difference in quality of reliability. Next wgp fan that says system x makes bad quality products, ask him if he's every even owned one, much less shot one.
It's between this or the nightkast. If money were not an option I would get the nightcast just for the milling. other than that this comes with a better stock bolt, a drop with on/off and a quality two piece barrel (shot astonishingly great with evil). great gun, don't hesitate to by a system X product.
System x 4.0
stock with this thing=perfect
The one Blue to Black
-psyco ballistics drop
-ans gen 2 reg
-68/5000 psi pure energy
-shocktech supafly bolt
None, this gun rips!!!
Halo!! Very fast!
Very Fast (naughty dog settings or factory fast)
You can't be a noob when you by a cocker...
This gun is very sweet!! It fires very fast. As fast as yor hopper loads. There is no need for ups really. The stock reg recharges incredibly fast. And the Barrel has NO difference beteew a dye ultralight. Personally i love bounce, and i adjusted mine for about 20 shot bursts at 18-20 bps very easily. If you don't like bounce, you can adjust it very easily. Overall this gun RAPES. OUT OF THE BOX!
Autococker= VERY ACCURATE
Xonik(eblade)= VERY FAST
put it all togther and get: PERFECTION
68/45 Angel Air
Egg - II
Fast ROF over 16 bps stock.
Great Air Efficiency
Cheap Bubble jewels
When Pulling the Xonik out of the box The first thing that catches your eye , is the impressive milling pattern with the through hole milling between the upper and lower tubes and a beautiful matte finish that is nice and thick. The fade is nice and even and as you rove the gun for closer inspection you notice that the milling process has left milling marks in some of the more intricate milling. The eye catching jewels tend to make the gun look cheap despite it's true quality. When holding the gun you feel like you are holding something sturdy that can handle the abuse you may throw it's way. As you Turn on the marker it displays Xtrm on the grip initializes and displays the version
and then goes directly to live mode. The Gun comes with a host of very competent pneumatics definitely not lacking by any means. The frame has 3 settings for stock recommended values in the form of 10 12 and 14 bps. Now if you are a tweaker and want to squeeze more Rounds be second out of this puppy drop your con time a little and watch as the back block becomes more of a blur. The frame not only has semi mode but also has Classic which forces the gun to act like a normal aucocker (holds the back block back until trigger release) As well as UNCAPPED full auto!! Looking at the pneumatics you realize that the LPR actually screws in where the bango bolt normally is located on the autococker giving a more direct line of air flow from the gas supply to the 4 WAY solenoid and Ram. Examining the ram it doesn't appear to be anything special however this ram functions quite well. If you get over zealous with the settings and get the timing all messed up setting them back to stock isn't very difficult at all with the 3 factory presets however like all cockers this one is no exception , if you delve further into tinkering with the gun than your knowledgecan carry you you may find yourself on the way to a pro shop to get it all straightened out.
In conclusion The xonik is a great e-cocker that is sure to please. The design is almost identical to that of an eclipse eblade the regulator is internally identical to a torpedo reg and has all the same functions as an eblade with the exception of the fact that it has full auto. The only detraction I have to factor in is the cheesy bubble jewels and som milling marks which could have been finished a bit better.
2004 PhychoBallistics Superbolt body, Proto 1-piece barrel, PlanetEclipse Eblade1, Palmers Rock LPR, PE ram, Chipley Machine HPR, shocktech superfly bolt, some random back block, some random front block, shocktech #1 drop, and shocktech on/off.
And i have a Wrath LTD.
The godly xonik frame.
Stock barrel just isnt that great.
I was under the hood of this gun today, and put a decent amount of paint through it. The board is capped somewhere a shy over most psp ramp settings. The frame is what gives this gun it's uniqueness. The xonik frame has got to be one of my favorite frames of any gun, second only to the gen4 timmy frames.
This gun just flat out rips. The front block has the pneumatics set up in a linear pattern, looks really cool. It shoots at acceptable speeds with very little recoil. Not terribly loud. I got a shy over 1000 shots on one fill. Not the best efficiency, but hey, you can manage that just fine.
This gun is pure eye candy. It's easy to work on, it's fast, and fun to shoot. A worthy addition to any cocker collection.