The only other volumizer that I have ever used is the Warped volumizer. As far as performance goes, I find that both the Warped and the Dye volumizers give me the same results.
I have a pewter Dark Angel 2.0 w/ a 68/4500 MacDev Conquest Air System, Bobebrake bolt, Ark stainless hammer, black Dye volumizer, and a 12" Dye Ultralight barrel.
I find that volumizers in general really don't do much for me performancewise. The Dye volumizer looks great and I noticed that my gun is a little more quiet with it on. Dye accessories are always milled and anno'd perfectly. The Dye volumizer in particular gives a very clean apperarance to my gun - it's not too bulky, not too long, and it cleans off easily. Excellent product!
I have owned 3 Dye volumizers and have found that 1 out of the three had an o-ring that leaked - it didn't seal; the problem was easily fixed by swapping it out.
Great looking volumizer, reasonalble price. GET ONE!
It's a volumizer that looks pretty sharp... looks cooler than any other volumizer out there, but does the same thing as they all do: hold air.
Yea, like the other guy said, it leaked after I put it on.... but about 3 rap-arounds with good ol' teflon-tape solved the problem, so I don't really got much bad to say about that.
Looks good, but I guess it would be good if it didn't leak from the start. it gives me angel a sleek appearance, but doesn't do too much performance wise other than hold a little bit of air for rapid fire. I'm giving it a 9... I would have gave it a 10 if it didn't leak, but y'know... also, I would recommend that whoever buys this has some teflon tape layin around just incase theirs leaks too.