The New Warrior Ion SL body is a must have for any Ion owner. The body is easily installed on any Smart Parts Ion and changes your ordinary Ion into a whole new gun. The body weighs in at only 3.6 ounces and provides more protection than your stock plastic shell.
Weighs only 3.6 ounces
Available in a variety of colors
Gives your Ion a new professional look
Compatible with all Ion markers
The Warrior Paintball Ion SL Body Kit is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Virtue EZ On
Warrior Paintball complete kit
Psycho Drop forward+On off
Freak Barrel System
98 Platinum ACT, Quick Thread Flatline Barrel
Shiny, Light, Looks, Intimidation factor, easy to put on
Sharp ends on back, increases ball breakage if you take a gun shot
I was in New York and a shop was selling a warrior feed neck, body, trigger, and reg cover for 60 so I bought it got back home to Illinois and slapped it on. It looked totally different than before. Such a shock to see it so different went out and played and got a bunch of "nice ion" during play. So very happy with it!
If you want a cool new look pick it up. I get's a 9 due to the sharp ano on the back.
Smart Parts Ion
Warrior SL Body kit
NDZ Roller Saw trigger
Warrior aluminum regulator cover
Empire Reloader 2
Verry nice looking
Kind of hard to put on
Great product for the price i paid, ( i got the body, trigger, and reg cover on ebay for 35$)
I was looking for a way to make my gun look different and since i am primarily a woodsbal player, i got it in dust olive color, very nice looking in the sun
I wouldnt spend 50$ on a cosmetic upgrade, but since i got the package of the 3 for 35$ it was WELL worth it
Smart parts ion
-NDZ ion scorpion frame
-NDZ breech,firing can, and donut
-Virtue ez on, board, eyes
-Dye sticky 3's
-Lucky blackout kit
-Cp reg, getting hyper inline 2
-Full freak kit 16 in dust silver tip
-Ans xtreme 68/45 tank
-Halo and egg ( I switch off)
Price (paid 30)
Anno looks dirty when not sometimes.
I bought this two months after I bought my ion and I have to say the metal body looks way better then the plastic one, I picked mine up from Ebay for 30 bucks great buy considering I paid 35 for the plastic one, It looks a little dirty depends on how you look at it but all in all a good quality product would buy again if given the chance.
I would recommend this for anyone, definitely worth the 30 bucks I paid, and worth 50 too.
ANS(eh about the same i like warriors looks alot more)
Trinity-really nice my favorite(besides lucky 5.1)
Hybrid grenade grips-darker green camo
VP scythe triger
68/3k pure energy carbon fiber tank
Racing green on/off and black rail
Cp shorty reg
Clutch clamping feedneck
in the process of aquiring a green back cap by lucky
unique colors(can be disadvantage to match)
flows well with v2 frame
Kinda loose fit
w/out1that1silver1thing1on1inside1of1the body1thats1on1the1stock1bodies 1seems1to1retard1on1itself.
This is a nice thing to pick up if your looking for a cheap upgrade to make ur gun look sexalicous, warrior did a good job on giving it a mean look and the overstyle is one of the better looks ive seen. But I would suggest picking up a trinity body kit, they really are worth the money.
SP Ion, 72/3000 PE, dye mini drop and asa, cp roller trigger
Looks pretty nice
You can take the bolt out of the back
Pretty nice anno
Milling isn't the best but notbad
A little darker than my cp blue trigger
When I opened the box for the first time I was pretty impressed considering I only payed about $50 for it. The milling has a few weird marks but nothing thats really noticable. The anno is fairly well done and it is a good color. It looks great in the sun. At first my feedneck was stopping it from going all the way on but I just took it off, put the body on, then put the feedneck back on and it fit fine.
If you got an extra $50 bucks and you don't want to spend $100+ dollars on a cosmetic upgrade, consider this body. It makes your gun look way better than stock and for a fraction of the price of the other bodies. Really is a nice product for the price.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, September 12th, 2006 at 12:56 pm PST