I have a 2002 auto cocker with a aim pneumatic kit superfly bolt smart parts vertical reg, hinge triger and a 15* asa
well made great finish just pure quality
This thing just works great the front reg is easy to adjust (just remember to loosen the retainer Allen nut ) this is a very Nice upgrade it look as good as it works. The best thing is the kit come put together and all the o rings and screws to put it on your cocker. The 3 way is the same size as a stock so timing shouldn't be a problem. hooking the ram was just as easy. You literally pull it out of the package and put it on the gun.
If you are looking for a new front end for your cocker that looks as good as it works then this is the item for you.
Stock 2003 wgp autococker pnuematics. They are not very good three way is leaky out of box and still leaks a little when timed properly. And yes i checked and lubed o rings still leaked. Ram would not reliably recock [wether it was the stock reg or the ram im not real sure] but it was not reliable. At first i thought i was short stroking but after careful expirementation i found this not to be tha case. And as far as the AIM pnuematics compare the pnuematics them selves seem to be ok and look really nice but the front block does not bolt down tight because the oring in front of the block screw isnt set deep enough. And the block bolt itself was a terribly cheap poor quality bolt that looked like a peice of pitted malformed badly cast jagged threaeded peice of junk. And it was i ended up stripping the hex wrench whole on it trying to get the block tight enough it wouldnt turn when the ram worked the block screwing up the alignment of my three way assembly. And i wouldnt have stripped it if it hadnt been soft cheap quality.
2003 Vert feed autococker with hinge trigger, pmi razor 14 inch barrel and Aim pnuematics.
Pnuematics look good and seem to work better than stock.
Over all the pnuematics look very sharp and seem to function well the ram seems powerful and the regulater adjusts well was easy to use. Was just very disapointed that becuase of the softness and poor quality of the bolt screw i stripped the screw wich led to hours of work and frustration trying to get it tight while stripped lol. Plus it looked so rough on the thread part i really didnt want to screw it into my expensive cocker. And the oring in front of block never goes out of sight it just smashed and starts to squish apart on block face lol. the recess for it needs to be a hare deeper.
So if all you care about is looks it was ok i only paid 59 bucks for it on ebay and it does work better that the stock pnues i just worry about the reliabilty since the whole block is slighty crooked since i couldnt get it good and tight. I worry about the long range repercussions of a slightly kinked three way and ram.
So if all you want is bling bling that makes your cocker look better than stock and dont have the money to pay 150 bucks for ans or something better [like me] then look for it on ebay.
If they would just make the block and bolt better it would be an AWSOME deal. But as it stands you get what you pay for. so ill give it a seven for performance and cool looks.
Custom Cocker : Aim Body, ergo reg, cp 2 piece pro barrel, orracle frnt black and trigger frame, belsales/planet eclipse hammer kit and valve, 68 4500 tank, check it unimount.
Pretty fasy, east to adjust
I got the front block kit of ebay for 60 bucks, with the orracle lpr, and when I got it, it honestly didnt look half bad. the ram is nearly the same as the sto ram and the 3 way is short and super easy to time if you know how to time autocockers. The only thing I would suggest upgrading is the ram to a belsales 44 magnum ram or a planet eclipse nexus ram (same thing).
I would suggest this kit to anyone who is going to build an autococker or who has a crappy front block
Hard to find any. None evident as of yet.
Purchased my cocker about 5 days ago on ebay for 140 bucks. I knew it would have problems. Many seals and springs where bad. Turns out SOMETHING on the front block was no good. I said screw it and just bought the AIM kit. Popped the sucker on, guestimated on my timing, and BAM. Fired right up. Looks great too. Ram has nice cycle rate, and threeway functions beautifully. no leaks either. Flat front block bolt makes for easy and sleek install. Comes with hoses (although set up for hinge trigger, which is good for must modern cocker users. i have my gun setup for woods ball. not accuracy in volume.)
if youre having pneumatics problems, or you just need an upgrade from the crap stock front block, this is the way to go. its cheap, and extremely effective.
BUY IT. You cant go wrong. I payed 42 dollars on Ebay for the whole kit.
Cheap upgrade for those of us not looking for a 25 balls per second tourney gun.
**TOTALLY CUSTOM COCKER**
-Aim Crow body blck to red
-matching Aim back block
-Aim low rise clamp feed
-stainless steel internals
-Dye ultralite 2 piece 12 inch (black-red)
-Aim inline regulator (black)
-Aim front pneumatic kit (black)
-Aim Battle Axe Trigger Frame (black)
-aim battle axe trigger (red)
-Kapp Drop z3 (black, red on/off knob)
-Aim delrin bolt (black)
Milling, colors, anno
If you are looking for a front end kit that looks great, comes in the perfect color, and works awesome- then this is the one for you. It has amazing milling that matches the milling on the Aim bodies, but would look just as good on just about any other body. Also it comes in chrome, blue, red, and black so you can pick a perfect color for your gun. Also it works better than any other front end kit ive ever had, and ive had the system x and the dye- which are supposed to be good?
This is an all around good buy for your money is you are looking for a pretty good pneumatic upgrade. You will receive many comments at the field and you will see a difference in your guns performance. I would recommend it to anyone looking to make their cocker better.