Introducing the new Xonik Electronic Frame Upgrade Kit from System X Paintball. This advanced electronic trigger frame combined with any Autocoker will give you speed up to 16 balls per second. It designed with a LED display, an adjustable trigger, a removable & adjustable trigger guard (single or double). It can be set to Classic or Semi Firing Mode. The Anti-Chop Eye sensitivity can easily be adjusted. The Xonik Frame Kit includes an Anti-Chop Eye Sensor, 5-Way Pneumatic, Eye Cover, and Battery. The Xonik Frame currently available in Nickel and Black.
The System X Xonix Electronic Frame is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
System X Type X Autococker w/ Xonik Frame.
68 4500 3A Nitro System
Impulse w/ Vision
45 4500 Pmi Pure Energy Tank
-Accuracy when added to a cocker.
- Grips are wide hard for players with small hands.
This product has it all the only thing you need is a fast hopper and a great autococker to put it on. I do think this product is a little over priced though. I got my Xonik already installed on a type x cocker for only $350. I only paid $350 for a type x cocker with a xonik installed. This gun is backup to my impy but I will be using my cocker in the upcoming tourny because of the speed.
Completely custom E-blade Autococker
Silver-black fade body w/ twist lock feed neck
Sidewinder main reg
Palmer front reg
Nexus ram w/ QEV's
Custom fabricated delrin bolt
Shocktech cocking rod
ANS valve kit
Ricochet Apache loader, Dye Throttle 68/4500
Even as a hard-core fan of the e-blade, I gave the system x frame a chance. Played a game with a demo at the field.
Needless to say... not impressed.
The frame cut out several times in the middle of play. Maybe just a loose wire, but reliability is a must. It definitely wasn't as fast as the eblade, IMO. The shop owner also told me the eye was picky about paint... even more so that the eblade (which doesn't like dark shells). From what I can tell, it just isn't reliable enough.
I know what some of you little guys are going to say... you can't do a proper test in one game. Well, so far it's 0 for 1 in my book, which aren't good odds. The other big problem is that they're just not around. Practically every dedicated paintball player has either played along side of or against an e-blade. I know very few folks who have so much as seen the System x frame at work. This was my first and I've been in this sport for quite a while. So where am I supposed get the gossip on the frame? The handful of people on this site?
Can't give it a 1, cause the thing works... but can't compare it to the e-blade. I suppose if you want a cheap knockoff, go ahead and get this frame. But why not just spend the extra $50 and get the real deal, or an extra $100 and get the real deal's newer better sibling, the E2.