The Excellerator 5.0 with Electronic Double Trigger and LCD Information Center give just about everything you need to get the job done right. We use only the most advanced materials available to make our markers. Exclusively designed by our JT Team for Beginners to Tournament players, this semi-automatic marker has a Quick Strip Pin, Vertical FeedPort, Volumizer, Expansion Chamber, Integrated Sight Rail and Die Cast Aluminum Grip Frame, but these are only a few of the incredible features this marker has to offer.
The JT Excellerator 5.0 is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Spyder Electra DX w/ 12 v revy hopper, CO2, and remote line
Spyder MR1 w/ 22 inch barrel, CO2, Remote line
T68 Gen 3 Pistol (stock)
- First shots are accurate (read body)
- Electronic trigger has a few useful features
- Easy to spot
- Rapid fire causes poor accuracy
- Electric trigger is useless
- No manual
This is the 3rd gun I purchased, which I got for around $70 new. I first, I just tried to check the features of the electronic trigger. There are about 4 modes: a resetable ball counter, a non-resetable ball counter (kinda like milage on a vehicle), a timer, and a editable LED message (to put your name or inspirational message on). Really, the only useful features I found are the ball counters, but that's just my opinion. This gun also fires about 8 balls per second, which is fairly high for even a low-grade electric gun. However, using rapid fire on this gun with no upgrades is not advisable, because it will result in a major loss of accuracy until the gun returns to normal temperatrue (a new barrel, electric hopper, and high-pressure tank should solve this problem). This gun is fairly accurate, though, if it is fired in bursts. Also, there was no manual in the package when I have purcahsed it, nor can I find one on the internet, so maintenance and using the electric trigger's features may be a bit difficult at first.
This gun does a few flaws; but they can all be fixed though by a couple upgrades, which could also be transferred to any new guns as well (maybe except the barrel). But despite those flaws, this a very good beginning gun for rec ball and non-tourney speedball, and its speed a burst accuracy will give you a definite advantage over other low-grade guns. I am giving this an 8 because all of the gun's flaws are fixable.
tIppmann 98 C. w/ 14 in. SP progressive
Spyder TL-R w/ Rocking Trigger and E-grip
Spyder TL-X stock
WGP autococker Trilogy Sport w/ 4500 psi and 14 in freak
Spyder 04 Imagine w/ blackheart board, rocking trigger, halo B, 4500 psi, 14 in. SP teardrop
(every gun on my team)
JT Excellerator 5.0
new JT drop foward
16 in. PMI barrel
20 oz. pure energy Co2
anything longer then that stock
Fast Trigger speed
easy field strip and bolt clean
LCD uses battery like hell
overall this gun is a pretty good buy... There no longer made but you could probably pick up a used one for 80 bucks. If you get a longer barrel, you will shoot alot more accurate. and getting a new expansion chamber will use up less C02. if you plan on playing woodsball with this gun it may be a little flashy, i coverd parts of the gun&barrel with black electrical tape and that worked good. always keep an extra battery and screw driver on you cause the handle uses up the battery, i got like 4500 shots off mine. when not shooting always keep on safty cause there have been cases when i was walking (during a game) and i tripped and i accidently shot.
It had a major leak of air but fixed with 20 buckes
I got this gun from a friend and i though it would be a old raddy gun that cant shoot more than 2 ball's a sec, but i was wrong it go's like a bat out of heck.It also has a cool screan on it (i got it to say "let's kick some @#$" whitch is prity cool
JT 5.0, smart parts teardrop barrel, pure energy 47/3000 nitro tank, viewloader electronic loader
-smart parts teardrop barrel
-nitro tank (co2 works perfectly fine though)
-Needs high quality paint or balls will break in barrel
Shoots fast and hard, its quiet, and its cheap. The stock barrel is fairly accurate but balls tend to curve quite a bit, you just need to know how to use it right. Whether you are a beginner or amatuer, I think you will be pleased with its performance. It is a great gun.
JT Excellerator 5.0... Everything is stock except for the 14" Smart Parts Teardrop barrel that I have put on it (don't have the money to buy more for it and/or intentions of going pro).
I would recommend a 12 volt revvy and a new barrel.
-Easy to Clean
-Chops once in a blue moon (what gun doesn't a few times?)
I usually play woods ball, and this gun works magnificently. It can fire the balls long and hard; with the electronic double finger trigger it is more than easy to rapid fire. The stock barrel isn't that bad, but it isn't all that great either. I would recommend upgrading the barrel, because if you don't then you better get in close before firing. An electronic hopper also helps to regulate the feed so the gun doesn't chop the balls. This gun, however, rarely chops my balls (Evil balls), and I have yet to buy an electronic hopper. Another recommendation I have read about was to get an expansion chamber to eliminate the liquid CO2 that sometimes comes out. I see where they are coming from, but for the type of recreational play that I do, I am not worried about getting one. Also, because of the electronic firing mechanism, the CO2 consumption is reduced which helps me save a couple bucks here and there. Very, very, very easy to clean.
Great electro gun + great price = Great buy, especially for beginners. I have gone up against some of the higher priced guns without a problem. Of course, the skill of the player is another key component, but I just wanted to get the point across that you can come close to matching the performance of the higher priced "name brand" guns for a fraction of their prices. A good gun overall for anyone from beginners to more advanced players.
JT Excellerator 5.0 with esp 3.0 trigger, 14" progessive, 68/4500 air tank, halo b, angel mini reg, acs bolt, 15 degree assult block, custom made ball detent,
barrel, bolt, trigger, regulator
Fast, accurate and good balance
Chops a lot without upgrades
Good for speed ball, ok for woodsball because of the glare u get of it. my jt is set to 500 psi instead of like 800 -900 which was bad cause it chop a lot more when it was high. I've been slowy upgrading in and now im done. It its soo sweet now
My gun is on this site its the one with the fiber air tank with the clear halo with the blue macro line.
smart parts ion
tippmann 98 custom
32 degrees rebel bottomlime 02
gun, nitrogen, electric hopper
Trigger is bad lack of upgrades chops balls with c02
When i had c02 on this gun it chopped my balls a ton but when i rented nitrrogen at my field the balls didnt chop at all this gun is very loud and the barrel sucks i mean its a flippin 9 inch barrel this gun wastes batteries like no other
Vengence Base Autococker, Tippman A-5, Spyder Shutter, Automags
JT 5.0, Halo B, system-x on/off drop forward, smart parts -Tear drop, Custom crilon bolt, system-x expantion chamber, autococker bottom line
Any fast hopper such as a halo B or 12 volt revy, a good 12 inch barrel and a on/off line
Pretty accurate, great gas mileage, fast,
Without mods, it chops alot, wastes gas, and its hard to chrono in
The gun sucked the day i got it ,and it chopped 1 out of every 10 balls I put in it . I almost sold it but ,I threw about 200 bucks into it and I was pretty impressed. To this day people have asked if they could shoot it and it has amazed more than just a few. The gun stock kicked out about 10 balls a second, but with all my mods it does about 18, BIG CHANGE. It was fairly accurate, but like I said it needed a new barrel. The biggest problem used to be at the chrono, cause the gun never wanted to go under 320fps. So anyone looking to buy should throw the gas grip in the trash.
This gun is pretty junky out of the box and needs many mods. But once you throw some money into it it preforms just as good as most cockers. And it is very reliable and unbelievably accurate.
jt 5.0 ecellerator drop froward, eepansion chamber 14 in pmi barrel. nitro advanced trigger.
barrel, triggers ok but i recomend a new one. different feed port.
Fast fire rate. Good accuracy with stock barrel
Chops balls when firing fast. Buy lots of o rings, check all parts for breakages.
Look this gun is a ok but for people like me i need something that i can rely on like an auto cocker or timmy this gun i fired 100 times chopped 15 balls and the oring inside the volumizer broke which made me really made me mad because i had to take the gun apart 3 times to figure out the problem. Another thing is this gun needs a lot of upgrades before it is worth playing with. One that i really snuggest is a barrel i like my pmi but i would rather have a 32* quite riot because i play a lot of woods ball and that barrel is really quite.
Overall its an ok gun but i suggest if you want to spend 200 dollars i would go buy a spyder or timmy. only for beginers
Electro Spyders (some are better than JT)
Non-Vision Impulse w/
Eclipse Magnetic Blade Trigger
CCM Feed Neck
Evo II Hopper
Maybe a revy
When you first get it..It shoots pretty fast.
CHOPS like a blender.
Bolt gets caught foward sometimes
I wanted this gun soo bad..WHen i first got it, it was pretty good..As time went on..It got worse and worse. Now i use my impulse..This gun chops soo much! I only had my gun for like 6 months..For the first 2 months it was good..thats about it.
DONT GET IT
Dont get this gun..Its not worth the money..even though i have no idea what it costs now..its not worth it..save up and get something better.