Red ego- star trigger- 4500psi/71cu dye tank- pepper sticks barrel kit- halo b
Accurate, self cleanning
Anything... maybe price.
It is a very good barrel, it's accurate, lightweight, if u have a barrel brake, it cleans it self.
The material is also resistant, and it's quiet.
The price is around the 100dll, so it's not the cheapest, but it is worth it!
There are also many colors, so you can find the best for your marker.
This is the best or 1 of the best barrels out there... get it!
I've been using Ultralites for a over a year now and they are just amazing barrels. They are the Mustang of the barrel world and are the barrel which every other barrel is compared to. The finish inside the barrel is so glossy, it's really nice. There is lots of porting on the barrel which makes it very quiet but also cuts down on efficiency a little. There isn't much to say about the barrel that hasn't already been said. The Ultralite has withstood the test of time and will always be shooting straight.
ive used the armson stealth barrel, although it is very quiet it isnt nearly as accurate as the ultralight. Also the ultralight looks much better.
i have a jt excelerator 6.0, a 12v rev hopper, a 20 oz tank, and a 14 in ultralight
marbalizers, jt maxim 2,and any other good paintball
pretty quiet, good looks, very accurate
just one color
this barrel is very good for tournie players, wood ball just about anything, doesnt chop balls to often, but if it does the barrel doesnt work as good until u clean it out. This barrel is just like the boomstick but it is alluminum. This barrel is the baest barrel under 100 $
If u are just startin out dont get it, because u need to learn how to play with a crappy barrel first.
I would have to say whatever paint fits in this barrel it can't go wrong. With the exception of icky BE paint.
looks quite sexy
There are no weaknesses with this barrel.
The second I put this barrel on my gun i fell in love. It's quiet, wicked accurate, looks sweet, and light as a feather. I will keep this barrel connected to my gun forever. I could too, because ball breaks are non existent. First thing I did when I put this barrel on was turn it on full auto and shoot half a hopper into an old microwave. Didn't miss once or break a single ball.
Go! Get off the internet and buy this barrel you fools!! You will not regret it
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, April 25th, 2004 at 10:53 pm PST
tippmann 98 custom
Dye Ultralite 14 inch barrel
gta inline ex. chamber
psycho ball. drop forward
32 deg. psi guage
2 20oz. co2 tanks
any 32deg. paintballs
very accurate, can lay balls on top of each other at far distances
none found yet (and i doubt there will ever be any)
this barrel is awesome i got it for 80$ at 888paintball
new 2 piece so i can buy extra front tips for different lengths (2 piece design dosent chop for anything so dont say it does!!)
it isnt the quietist barrell i have herd but if you shot anyway someone will hear you under almost any circumstances
( with my setup on my gun it is perfect for almost any sort of gameplay )
great range / accuracy / looks weighs almost nothing all around awesome barrel!!
this barrell is great (cant say that enough)
i give it a 10
Proto Matrix 7 (PM7)
Pure Energy Carbon Fiber 68/45 Tank
Dye UL Barrel
Custom-printed thin hard plastic grips
All-Star, Ramp, Evil, and Marballizer have all worked well for me with this Barrel.
Accurate, Quiet, Light, Sleek-looking,
Shoots knuckleballs if you chop a ball.
I bought this barrel along with some grips and a nice pair of Evil pants for $100 from a friend. This barrel was brand new at the time. It has proven to be the barrel of choice for me. I have used a variety of paints with it, in varying conditions, and have achieved consistent results. My only point of concern is that this barrel does require a good swabbing if you happen to break/chop a ball (only happened once, with the eyes somehow turned off on my gun, must have held down the wrong button trying to turn it on/off).
Basically this barrel is a must-have for anyone looking for a one-size-fits-all barrel to step your game up to the next level. Although I paid substantially less than full-price for this barrel, I would gladly pay full price for another one in a different color after experiencing this barrel's superb performance.
Invert mini, Vlocity, Dye UL barrel, 48/3000 Pure energy
Works great even with rec quality paint.
1. Ball on ball accurate.
1. Price (even then its not that bad).
I recently picked up one of these from my local shop. before i screwed it in, i admired its quality inside, and out. i then proceeded to screw it in, gas up the gun, and fill up my hopper with some of the fields rec grade paint.
the first thing i noticed was its amazing accuracy, almost ball on ball. i was get a grouping of (no kidding) +/- 2 inches at a target almost 50 feet out.
Second was how quiet it was, wasnt alot quieter then my mini's stock barrel but still noticeabe.
HIGHLY reccomend, you wont ever have to buy a new barrel (unless you get a different threaded gun ;).
Other Dye Products (Orignal Stainless/Boomstick/Ultralite)
Smart Parts (All American/Freak - Sets)
Many Stock Barrel
Dangerous Products G3
Dye Ultralite 14" .688
APE Upgrade Board
Ruthlesspaintball.com Vampire G3 Trigger (derlin, ball bearing, magentic return(like same as in luxe as far as postioning, can do both micro and optical by changing a set screw) - Best triggers EVER... visit ruthlesspaintaball.com all his stuff is custom and made to order.
Pure Energy 68/45 Stubby
Dye Tank Cover
I like nightmare on the cheap side and marbalizers on the pricey side.
Good Light Wieght/Balance
Now comes in 2piece
Not as light as carbon fiber
You can't shoot it clean
I have been in the paintball industry over 12+ years and I have used Dye barrel since there introduction in the early 90s when they had straight staineles and aluminum barrels before sizes. I have been in and out of the sport since that time, everytime I come back there is new manufacturers and products for barrels. I have used them on mags, cockers, tipmanns, dp g3s, angels, vikings.. etc...
Specifically the Ultralite I think is there best offering, I see little room for improvment. The Ultralite was a evolution or low-end offering orignally compared to the boomstick which had the stainless back. At this time even though they were not removable and changable bore sizes were only available from Smart Parts at the time. You could buy a specific bore size, which was new. So the ultralite I own looks identical to the modern day, but is not detachable to take other bore backs. Nonetheless it is the most accurate and quiet barrel I have ever used. I would love to see Dye have a carbon fiber offering. but with the same dimensions as the ultralite and look, I think it would look feel and work awesome, of course with a squegee freindly glossy interior. I feel the extra dimensions would give it some real stength and some wieght for balance, but not as much as metal or as lite as other carbon offerings, just stength and the proven desing/look in a charcoal/black/dark grey carbon would be awesome.
My wishes aside the Ultralite is the most accurate and quietest barrel I shot. I shoot a 14" with .688 fixed bore. It is always the quietest marker on the field. I have used most high end barrels, I have yet to try the stiffi or dragon carbon barrels, I really want to try them, but my ultralite works fine, I feel I am taking a chace with a carbon.
If you want a metal barrel go with this, it can't be beat. Its light, strong, visually pleasing, quiet accurate, give the marker balance, what more do you want?
Only think is I think there 2 piece design offers very expensive backs. I wish Dye made a kit.