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Number of Reviews: 1
Average Rating: 8.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $60

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G-Force new LF RAM uses low friction seals that glides within a stainless steel cylinder. With two integrated MicroQEVs (quick exhaust valve) at each end of the RAM, it can quickly vent out the exhaust air, thereby boosting the cycling rate of the RAM.

The boosted cycling rate of the RAM is made possible by the use of our special MicroQEVs. The exhaust air is no longer forced through the LP hose and out through a 4-way, electro 5-way or the Gemini 6-way valve.

The G-Force RAM will work as low as 15 psi to a maximum pressure of 100 psi. The compact MicroQEVs allow our RAM to fit in the tightest configuration.

The G-Force RAM will work on all stock and electro Autocockers. Autocockers that use electro frames with cycling rate of 20+ bps will greatly benefit from this.
Product Availability 
The G-Force Technologies Ram with QEV's are older, so while they may be available used and in a few cases new, they are not commonly available anymore.
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kujo006 Wednesday, April 20th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
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Strengths: Comes with qevs
Smooth
Price
Weaknesses: Qevs are on the small size
Short strokes sometimes
Review: Well i got this ram setted up with my custom cocker, it was $60 not a bad price, but then the amount you pay is the amount you recieve, the only thing bad about it is that the qevs are a little bit small and it short strokes sometimes not a bad ram, but it got in the way of my barrel. i had a mini front block and the ram was in the way of screwing my barrel on, the tip of the ram is a cube shape a bit chunky, so i couldn'tt screw on my barrel with the ram on it took a long time for me to adjust the ram in position for me to screw in the barrel so i decided to get rid of it because i didn't want to spend that much time adjustting it in it's position everytime i take it off to clean.
Conclusion: A good ram in gerneral, i don't suggest it to people who have mini blocks might have the same barrel trouble as me (but then again it could just be me) there are better rams out there but this one is cheaper then those other expensive rams for people who don't like spending extra money
Rating:
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