Now you can get a customized look for your Ion that you can change any time!
Available in many new colors!
A first for paintball, the Ion uses an outer body kit or shell. While the inner core that protects all the functioning parts is made from aluminum, the outer shell is a high quality composite.
Body shell is tough, scratch resistant and does not fade or gouge.
Body kits allow you to instantly change the look of your Ion without physically changing the marker. Just replace your old shell with a new one.
The Smart Parts Ion Body Kit is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Smart Parts Ion, Blue Smart Parts body kit, Blue Q-lock, Smart Parts on/off ASA, Halo B loader, 68/4500 Pure Energy tank.
Durable, color didn't fade, grips are comfortable
Not really an upgrade, just a change of color.
I got the Razor Blue body kit for my Ion a couple months after getting the marker, when I was bored with the stock black. Installing the kit is easy; you can do it when you clean your gun and put it back together. It looks like a cheap plastic covering, which is basically what it is. It works though, the grips are nice and it keeps the paint out and electronics in.
If you don't want to go overboard with a custom body kit, this is a good place to start.
smart parts ion w/ chip
blue body kit
egg hopper w/ z-board
nitrogen aluminum tank
ac a/drop forwards
Annoying 2 install uper part
First off, i think people should by the body kits for their guns according how they wanted to look. My favorite color is blue, and i have made all the attempts to make it that way. i belive a body kit is to make the person's gun's design as they wish.
LOOKS-for my gun, the body kit looks sick with my blue proto barrel and my blue tank cover. my friend has and ion aswell, he has a red body kit, and it looks even sick too with a evil empire barel.
DURABILITY-i got mine from a friend hu got it from his cousin, and its still perfectly fine. ive also been shot on my gun a couple of times and its realy easy to clean.
I would recomend this body kit to those hu plan on people hu think blue would look sik on their gun.
Smart parts ion
yellow body kit
14" dye ultralite
'96 Black magic
16" dye ultralite
ndz blade trigger
14" all american
No other styles besides color from smartparts
Ok so i have the yellow body kit. Its seems pretty sturdy but is plastic so u never no, u can get them in diff colors, around 8 i think.. The ones from smart parts are all the same but other companys make sum real nice ones but can be way more expensive. Ive have got some shots to the body of my ion with this kit and there were no cracks or anything bad happen so its tuff for plastic i would say. The grip and reg cover are rubber and comfortable, reg cover dosent hav much gripage but is fine if u wear gloves.
Nice cheap body kit, good if ur looking for a cosmetic upgrade that has a gewd price nowa days.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, April 4th, 2007 at 2:24 pm PST
Smartparts ION Body (Razor Blue)
Pure Energy Compressed Air 68/4500
Empire Bottle Glove 06
My Cocker (Rec Play)
WGP Autococker Trilogy Competition
Ricochet G2K Loader (Clear)
20 oz. Co2 (On/Off Valve)
Smartparts 18" All American Barrel (Black)
PMI Basic Remote Line
Extreme Rage Camo Buttpack (4+1) - Holds Tank
It's tough. Looks nice. Comes in lots of colours. Inexpensive. It's Light weight.
This is an awesome looking body kit. i was shopping around on action village to find a nice body kit that was under $50, and then boom i found it. So i did some research on this site and people kept saying but it buy it so i did. i took it out on the field and loved it its very light and stylish and not one crack from the field. Its only weakness is that its plastic. I'm saving for a dynasty body kit.
I give this product a ten. looks cool and its tough, buy. it.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, August 22nd, 2006 at 4:45 pm PST
stock body which is basically what these are, just in different colors.
Sp ion with pink kit and 47/3k tank, halo tsa backman Spder xtra with acs delrin bolt 16 in SP progressive barrel 12 oz and 20 oz co2 tanks...
Fits like stock body
A little wide
these fit like a stock body just in different colors. word of advice, though with the ion's though, don't put the bolt stop on backwards (doing a full clean/lube on my ion when installing the kit) then try to get the kit on, the holes won't line up. but i figured that out fairly quickly. I got the pink kit for christmas from my dad, and it's great, really gives it some style. The only downside is the price. the $40 price tag is a little much for 2 pieces of rubber and a piece of plastic. but the grips are nice.
Good kit that's just like stock, just in colors, but the price isn't right. You could always go and paint your black one for less than $5 but i don't know if it would turn out as good.
My set up on my ion is q-lock feed neck, max flow with s rail, freak 12 inch stainless steel barrel, freak green body kit, black heart circit board, and smoke halo b with ripdrive
Tough, colors, not so hard to assemble...kind of...looks real cool
Grip is a little hard to install
I like these kits over all, they are cool, and it goes well with my stuff i have on my marker. many of my friends with ions own body kits, and i would reccomend them or unless you are looking for an aluminum one or something of that sort. these are nice body kits even tho mine came scratched on the word ion, but that was probally just a matter of shipping because the majority of them aren't. i will give these probally a 9.6 but being i can't ill just give a 10 out of 10...nice kits...
Even though grip is difficult i would reccomend it. it is nice.
Red Ion, 68/45 Crossfire LP Stubby, 1/2 of a stock trigger
Tough, looks good, no one on the field has it (yet)
The grip cover is hard to put on
I love it. I have a Freak Green Ion Body Kit and a Freak Green 68/45 tank cover, and it looks awesome. I'd buy this... You can't beat the price either, $40 for a grip, body, and reg cover. Every one I talked to that has seen this gun likes the way it looks (including me)