I have been using this tank for about 6 months now, and all I can tell you that it rocks. I bought the 88 ci. 4500 version. I'm mainly a back player thats why I went for the bigger version. The bottle is extremely light and agile. You have infinite adjustment that would work on every gun imaginable. Very consistent with a velocity diffrence of +-4fps, and no shootdown. i also like the unique on/off valve, just push.
Centerflag states that their regulators are very consistent. The pressure drop on the average during rapid fire is only 50 psi compared to other manufacturer that has an average pressure drop of more than 200 psi. 200 psi is a significant pressure drop that would result in a very inconsistent reg that would result in shootdown and velocity inconsitency. The system is comparable in other top of the line HPA in price $450-$400. For more info go to centerflagproducts.com
~Requires a Rail
~Uncommon Burst Disk
~Pressure Increases as tank empties
I actually owned this tank, but I used it so little that I would mainly consider testing it. I bought it for $125 w/ a Bonebrake 90/4500, so I was pretty hyped since I got a great deal. I put it on my Wrath, it was small compared to some adjustable regs (Max-Flo). It was really easy to adjust the pressure which helped me since I'm not the best guy at tuning. I got about 1000 shots out of my Wrath because of the tank size/regualtor. I never had a problem with inconsistency and it had a fast recharge. Only problems I found on it, it requies a rail to be mounted, not generally a problem unless your short on cash like me. The burts disk is under the rail and isnt' a normal burst disk, it's a little piece of metal under a screw so unless your shop carries centerflag parts your gonna have to call the company to replace it. The other problem I had was when you begin to run out of air the reg pressure rises to get you more shots, but it increases your velocity, I checked it once and I was normally shooting like 285-295 and when I began to become low I was shooting 310. The biggest problem I had was the On/Off, when you push that off button it makes a ridiculously loud noise and scares the hell outta everyone around you.
Great regulator, consistent, now affordable ($75 refurbished), adjustable, overall just a good reg with a few minor flaws. I'll give it an 8 since nothings perfect and I had a few small problems.
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I have a matrix and its a gas hog. I had an 68 3000 tank it did me well. but i decided toget a bigger tank. i looked around for awhile. I found that the dynaflows have the best recharge rate. And when sweetspotting i cant afford tog et drop off. This tank is great
Nothing really. Just like what everone else was saying it makes a loud POP sound when truning it off.
I would recomend this tank to everyone. This tank is great for all u back players who sweet spot. No drop off. Its fully adjsutable which is always great. If u have matrix this tank is perfect for it. Its cheaper then a maxflow and ALMOST jsut as good.