The Shocktech Supa Fly Bolts combine our 3 hole design with a cupped tip to cradle the ball. Our bolts have an aluminum shaft for strength and Delrin any where the bolt might contact the inside of the gun for reduced friction.
The Shocktech Super Fly Bolt is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
2K5 Black Magic Autococker (Black/Red)
Pure Energy 68/3000 Tank
Evil Pipe Kit
Proto SLG (Olive)
CP 2 Piece Barrel (black)
PE 48/3000 Tank
VL Evolution II
Empire nano On/Off
2K5 Trilogy Competition
Shocktech Superfly Bolt
Shocktech Cocking Rod
Dye Sticky 3 Grips
WGP Cam Adjuster
Evil Pipe Kit
16 Oz CO2 with A/S
VL Revvy with Empire Sound Board
Quality (so smooth)
Price (for what you get it is definately worth it)
Price (its still a bit expensive)
I have upgraded numerous things on my Trilly over the years (Barrel, Grips, Detents, ASA, Reg). I've been a bit fortunate in that every one of those upgrades has noticably improved the performance of my gun. However I don't think I've ever been quite so happy as when I upgraded the bolt.
First off it is noticably lighter than the stock bolt. Obviously owning an autococker, weight isn't my first priority when it comes to a marker, but it was nice to cut the weight a little.
The real benefit comes from how smooth this bolt is. There is NO friction. What this means practically is that the insides of your gun won't get torn up, and your RAM's job will be much easier. Many people report lowering their LPR (although I haven't bothered to touch mine yet).
Surprisingly I did notice a slight increase in velocity as well, I guess the air flow is just a bit more efficient out of this bolt although I don't have a real scientific explanation. But all things being equal, if my stock bolt shoots at 260, the supafly will shoot in the 270s. I suspect that this will mean greater efficiency, although I haven't calculated that.
This is my favourite upgrade I've ever got for a gun (even more than my barrel kits). I can't quite explain why other than what you see above. All I can say beyond that is that I'm 100% satisfied with this product.
2004 PhychoBallistics Superbolt body, PlanetEclipse Eblade1, Palmers Rock LPR, PE ram, Chipley Machine HPR, shocktech superfly bolt, some random back block, some random front block, shocktech #1 drop, and shocktech on/off.
And i have a Wrath LTD.
Very little drag
Just a wee bit too small (diameter)
I dropped this into my gun a couple months back and was immediately pleased. It's just a wee bit too small for my upper tube, so it has no problem at all moving freely. It's not loose enough to cause problems, so it's all gravy. Mine is white delrin with a silver neck, so when i shoot fast, you see a blur of silver and white, it's pretty cool. With the new Planet Eclipse ram i have, and this bolt, i can simply tilt my gun back, and give it a little momentum, and the bolt with come back to the cocking rod, and when i tilt it forward, and give it a bit of energy, it will slide back forward. It increased my cycle speed for sure.
Excellent product, just obviously not machined for every cocker/focker out there.
04' prostock, ST bolt , progressive barrell, ccm back block
light, sleek, efficient, increases accuracy and ROF.
Feels a little cheap
i bought this bolt knowing that the stock one wasn't the best for my gun. when i brought it home i weighed the stock bolt at 3 oz and i measured the supafly at 2 oz it may not seem like much, but that is a 33% decrease in weight! When i tested the bolt at high rates of fire i noticed that it drastically reduces the amount of blowback when shooting at high ROF.
Get this bolt right now!!! It is well worth the $40 or $50.
1995 Spyder custom (back when I was airsmithing).
Spyder pilot ACS, smart parts all american 16" and Taso 14"(both barrels or more than 6 years old at this time), shockteck superfly bolt.
WGP trilogy tactical, J&J sV 12" barrel, CP Flame drop foward, Shocktech superfly bolt, WGP wraped grips and Triumph 200 hopper.
No oil, No broken o-rings.
None found yet
I just purchesed this bolt for my Spyder Pilot and My Trilogy autococker, I first day I used it I was impressed with how much smoother my marker shot, the trigger respones was much faster than before and with the Triumph 200 hopper I can shoot as fast as I want. I did chop on ball but it was at the end of the barrel so I just cleaned it and continued. The paint was old and the barrel was probly dirty, I don't think it was the bolt due to the location of the break. But the bolt works great its definetly worth the money I paid.
I would have to say if you only do one upgrade this would be the best choice. Stop looking for another bolt you found what you need in this Shocktech.
black aim eagle-21 body
ccm no rise feed neck
cp on/off asa
E-blade w/zero b board
empire barrel kit
shocktech superfly bolt
No need for oil or lube and faster cycles.
Have not found any weakness yet.
If you are looking for a Major autococker upgrade look no further. The first thing I notice about this bolt is it increased my cycle rate and rate of fire. Also the only part that touches the gun at all is the delrin part. of the bolt. It is not as heavy as regular autococker bolts.
It needs no oil or lubricant, faster rate of fire, and faster cycles. So I really recommend this product.
belsales .44 ram
360 swivel qev's
shocktech supafly bolt
trinity slip over feedneck "newer style"
14" AA freak kit with stainless back
check it on/off
eclipse hammer with nylock screw
88/45k pmi carbon fiber tank
empire reloader b
Venturi milling quality differs from one to another
Same with air passage hole
This thing is light, no o-rings, self lubing, white or black works well with bounce beam eyes,
Cycles alot faster
More consistant velocity
No worry's on upper tube damage
After switching from stock to supafly i had to turn down my velocity since i was now shooting hot...
Only downfall was as i was looking at 4 different bolts "all supafly cocker bolts" i noticed the milling differs on the venturi holes and air inlet hole... so there may be some quality control issues but other than that no problems
Not the lightest of all aftermarket bolts out there but its shocktech and has quality
shocktech lpr, ram
some unknown beaver tail
Great bolt. After replacing my a+ bolt, I thought this one was inferior. I was wrong. This bolt makes the gun much quieter, no kidding. Its also as light as a full delrin bolt. This is just personal opinion, but I prefer o-rings on my bolts, something this one doesn't have.
2004 prostock autococker
-All american 14in barrel
-Lapco Adjustable Drop Forward
-Shocktech Super fly delrin bolt
72/3000 Pure energy tank on the way so i can finaly play
Spyder Rodeo-In Use
-Trigger mod to make it run about 6-7bps
Not that light
Made out of delrin meaning no need to oil and it doesn't scratch your gun. The
inside is made with aluminum for extra strength making it durable, Surprisingly the
aluminum weighs the bolt down and gives it some considerable weight. This bolt
is not light but not as light as a $40 should be.
Paying $40 for a bolt isn't bad Especially for delron. You never have to buy oil for
it and Its pretty much the same price as all other bolts.
Here were the bolt falters. The size of the bolt is just a little bit too small for the gun.
When you stick it in you can wiggle it too much. Considering this bolt was bought for
an autococker it should fit an autococker. It shouldnt be too snug but it should be
snug enough not to wiggle around.
It's a shame the size of the bolt has to be wrong or this would be a great instead it sits at good.
EDIT: Im pretty sure itsnot just my bolt thats too far because other reviews are saying the same thing
Im giving this product a seven because it is better than the stock but nothing spectacular.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, April 2nd, 2006 at 2:00 pm PST
Well let me say that this is a good bolt but is not good for the e2 it is just to heavey. Because of the bounce you can change the settings but I have the TT tolerance nearly at zero and the TT Band at 83 which hurts the performace by making it harder to shot at higher bps.
Overall good bolt but if you plan on making your cocker electric go with something litter but if your going to stay mech this is the bolt you want
To be honest,...it's made of Delrin. That's abou it.
No O-Rings, Two-Piece Construction, Color
This bolt was loose in the breech, thus causing unnecessary air loss. Although a newbie won't notice the loss of air.... a person playing as long as I have does. When involved in a serious "Paint Exchange", you need every bit of air that your tank holds. There is a serious lack of ANY type of seal with this particular bolt.
Don't buy it. Go for the WGP Worr-Blade Bolt instead. Not only will you save about $10.00 on the actual bolt....You won't have to make any extra trips to the fill station.
5 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, April 29th, 2006 at 10:07 pm PST