Pure energy coiled remote
Dye sticky grip
Shocktech adjustable trigger
Smart Parts Teardrop barrel
20oz. CO2 tank
Dye sticky grips
Lighter than stock
Easy to install
Easy to adjust
I bought this trigger for my Icon-E and I would have to say that it is much better than the stock trigger. It looks good, takes about 5 minutes to install, and is easy to shoot fast with. It took me less than 2 minutes to adjust this so that it was extremely sensitive. The only problem is that it is a little expensive. For just the trigger and a couple of washers you pay $20.
Excellent trigger. Easy to install, easy to adjust, and looks great.
Blue spyder imagine 2k4
12 in silver dye xcel barrel
shocktech supafly bolt
empire readolder ii
20 oz co2
Chrome lapco feedneck
Red Shocktech blade trigger
Easy to walk
Adds a nice look to gun
Hard to install for me it took about 1 hour to install
This is a very good product! it looks cool and is easy to use. The only drawback is that I had problems getting the stock trigger out and putting this one in.It also is a little to close to the trigger guard and when I walk it my fingers hit the guard but it doesn't really affect the proformance.
Kingman Spyder E99 Black
-Shocktech Superfly Bolt Black
-Shocktech LPC Black
-14" All American Barrel Black
-12vlt Revvy Smoke
-New Designz Low Rise Feedneck Black
-New Designz HP Valve
-Shocktech Trigger Black
The Shocktech Trigger is very very nice. Its easy to adjust from pulling the trigger to always having it push in the little clicker thingy.(i dunno what thats called so kill me) but its very sweet. I can easily out shoot my revvy with relative ease(which is why im getting an eggo). But yah nice addition. Only problem is even with the washers installed it wiggles. Not as much as without but still. Maybe find more washers and put 2 on each side of the trigger.
Very very sweet upgrade for the trigger. Get a pro to install or use allenwrench on the side that seems to be going in(the roll pin) and hit hard.
I don't know, havn't tested others, probably a sweetspot.
Spyder e99 avant
20 oz C02
WGP 2 pc classic
The good thing about this trigger is that it is very fast. This isn't really bad in my opinion because I got used to it, but each time you shoot it, the adjustment screw tightens. After about 100 shots, it tightens so much that it can't hit the switch. I just took out the screw and it works fine ( got wicked used to it, I can't shoot fast on any trigger with a screw now). One weakness is that it wobbles (who really cares). And (unless you get a 50 g switch this prolly won't happpen), off the break in speedball, every other srep you take it shoots. But thats okay bacause you can hold your gun to the side and it will shoot at the other side.
I would highly recommend either this trigger, or a sweetspot blade. This is a little better, but it cost like, a buck more or something. Believe it or not, I got it off ebay, and it still works fine.If I could, I would buy this again.A++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++!
32° X Chamber
32° Drop Forward
Evil Smoke Stack
Tear Drop Barrel
Looks good and feels good.
A touch wobbly with washers that come with it.
The install is fairly straight forward and easy believe it or not. Step 1 - Remove pin. Step 2 - Take spring from old trigger put in new trigger. Step 3 - Reinstall pin with washers in place on both sides of the trigger. Step 4 - Go shot some paint. The slop is a little more then what the stock trigger had but not terrible. I would also suggest a little Loctite 248 (the blue stuff) on the trigger adjustment screw. Just to hold it in place a little better. This trigger didn't improve performance by any margin it did make walking the trigger a bit easier but that's about it. Really it's for looks and it does look good. I would suggest it to anyone looking for something new. But, the stock trigger works just as well.
Go buy it if you got the money but don't expect much.
It just looks good.
-Spyder TL-X 04' Body
-CP Regulator @ 270psi
-Check it Assualt Block
-Maddman Rocket Valve
-Xsf Advantage Board w/Eyes @25bps (Full Auto Unlimited...)
-Dye Ultra-Lite 14'' Barrel
-Dye Sticky Grips
-Shocktech Supa-fly Bolt
-Modded grip w/ Blue led
-DarkHorizon Titanium Striker
-47/3000 Pure Energy Air tank
Light, Stylish, Less pull, cheap
Kinda big, Very loose
Great trigger, but for close to the same price a sweetspot seems like its strongest competition, very stylish tigger , its pretty, but too much side to side motion and included shims dont help too much, certainly makes you shoot alittle quicker, but takes up alotta space due to is size. If the back ridge of the trigger were minimized, the tigger would stick out less and allow much easyer trigger pull rather than the tigger pulled almost to the trigger guard (on some spyders), Also suggest keeping the trigger spring or a lighten one, if this trigger is too loose on there, your gonna have your gun shooting off by itself!
Good trigger, very light, But bulky, if ya got a few more dollars sweetspot tigger by check it is a better choice.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, November 4th, 2004 at 7:39 pm PST
Stock Electra Trigger, Piranha Bottom line Trigger
Spyder Electra, Custom low rise Java series feed neck, 14 inch Smart Parts Tear Drop, 20 oz CO2 tank, Psyco Ballistic Medium Drop, Shocktech LPC, Shocktech Trigger
Very fast Trigger walk
I got it for 20 bucks becuase i wanteed a trigger i could walk better and this did the trick perfect, looks sweet and turns quite a few heads. Get it its worth it, if you have a 5 grade education you should be able to install it just dont lose any pieces
I ordered this trigger with my Imagine because I really liked the feel of the two finger stick trigger on my brothers cocker. This trigger, however, is narrow in comparison to his, and is at more of an angle. It is also farther forward than the stock trigger, and wobbles in the Imagine even after putting in the appropriate washers. Between these three factors, the trigger is nearly impossible to walk, and is uncomfortable overall. Also, firing the gun with one hand is nearly impossible because it requires that you only have one finger on the trigger and the rest to grip the gun, and the logo bulge at the bottom prevents you from putting your middle finger behind the trigger.
I dont recommend this trigger for anyone using a Spyder Imagine, other guns, however, I don't know.
Imagine owners, if you havent already, try taking off your trigger frame and loosening the screw at the top of the stock trigger in small increments to get the extra slack out of the trigger pull until the trigger sits on top of the button. This makes it so you have about 1mm of trigger pull and gives it that "Angel-feel" that everyone longs for, and even better, its free! Replacement triggers are hardly worth the effort and cost.