timmy z, empire B loader, dye ultra lite, shocktech ram and cap, dye gauge, macroline, dropfoward dye, nitroduct 4500psi on a smart part 72 ci ,CCM no rise, CP bleeding ASA, high flow barbs, hybrid LPR, short CP in-line reg
short / small
If you have an older model timmy this is an excellent up grade. The hybrid is much shorter than the stock LPR on the 2K2. Yes it is $60, but this is a full LPR, which uses the alias piston. Yes you can replace the hybrid piston with a delrin piston, many players suggest this, one style is the Violent Products Alias piston.
This product is not for anyone with an alias, only older style intimidators. I personally don't think you need a volumizer with this upgrade though some people insist I am wrong.
The milling is quite attractive.
do not put in the VP alias piston - the pressure began to spike above 120 psi multiple time while gassing up this happened over and over again for atleast a month. Well maybe i had a bad piston. the stock piston that comes with the kit has TWO o-rings and works fine.
I like hybrid products this is no exception. This is an excellent upgrade and any one with an early timmy should invest in this product. No product is perfect so I will not give this product a 10. It is defiantly a 9 it improves the accuracy of my timmy.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, November 10th, 2005 at 6:33 pm PST
Nothing really, a little expensive for what you get I guess.
Well I bought this because I always noticed the gauge on my front block dropping about 6psi every shot and remaining that low during strings of paint. The needle on the gauge now only drops about 2psi, this lets me know that it is truly a higher flowing reg. It is also lighter and a lot smaller and stylish so it wins in the looks department as well. I wouldn't recommend this as an out of the box upgrade but it does a great job of curing drop off woes, and yes the stock LPR was redone so it wasn't just dirty.
If you are having problems with your stock LPR than this is an excellent solution AFTER making sure the stock one is clean and doesnt just need a little lube, or maybe you just have money coming out of your but and you want a better looking gun. Hybrid always seems to put a quality product and I will continue to buy from them.
Bob Long Intimidator 2K2
Dye Stainless 12/AIM back+Stiffi front 12
CP: Rake trigger/Reg/DropForward/On/off
Hybrid: Verdict LPR/K2 Klamp Feed-necks/Contract Killer Grip/Adjustable Ram Cup
45$ on eBay
Small inner volume
Huge tension of piston's o-rings
Well... as you can see from my marker setup - I like Hybrid products
but Verdikt LPR kit now went out from this hall of fame.
After similar replacing of mine ECX lpr and airing up pressure raised to 100...120...150 - on this pressure in a bit panically mood I turned out asa on/off
After disassembling and 2 hours checking what is wrong I became next conclussion:
1. Brass o-ring was jammed/overtightened
2. Under o-ring was stucked black flat piece of metal part 1x3 mm (OMG!) like a rest after drilling((((
3. Double o-ringed lpr piston too tight into small inner diameter of lpr for moving freely enough (sure I was not expected piston will fall out lpr, but it is really hard to move. lubed by dow 55)
So, to make it works was done:
1. Replaced Brass+Brass o-ring
2. Replaced piston's o-rings to smaller diameter (yes, it can became broken in the middle of the game)
3. Big rear o-ring war replaced with stock square-shaped to stop small leaking
After these operations pressure still a bit inconsistent, especially with good stream of paint - gauge shows lowering pressure for 3-6 psi apx. while ECX lpr stay still.
May be it is just my bad luck I got such troubles with new, sealed product.
Any way - it is works now. More or less
Small inner volume will not a problem with using new style front block.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, January 11th, 2006 at 1:16 am PST