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#1 User is offline   SGT Havoc 

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Posted 21 June 2009 - 05:48 PM

so i decided time to get some cyclone upgrades but theres so many different ones i was looking at this one
http://www.trinitypaintball.com/ProductDet...ductCode=TR+143

whati want to know is if this particular kit is any good and is it easy to install and anything else you liked or disliked about it
if there are any recomendations as to other cyclone upgrades im all ears
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Posted 22 June 2009 - 07:59 PM

Um, what is it that this upgrade is supposed to do anyways?
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Posted 25 June 2009 - 08:07 AM

well from the picture i can see that it contains 4 parts:
rubber cyclone paddles which are supposed to reduce the chance of breaking paint inside the cyclone
an aftermarket cyclone ratchet, this is probably made of metal to reduce the chance of breaking. there are some aftermarket cyclone ratchets such as the vortex ratchet which require less air pressure to operate meaning that when you are running low on air the cyclone will continue to work longer than those with the stock ratchet. idk if this one would have the same benefit.
a metal housing and rod that replace the stock plastic pieces which make up that tube shaped thing which cycles the cyclone feed. this is only done to reduce the chance of breaking the plastic stock parts, however this has never happened to me or anyone else that i play with so imo it isnt necessary.

if it were up to me i wouldnt buy this only because the only upgrade in this package i see as necessary is the rubber cyclone paddles. however it is a good value, if you look up the prices of the componenets seperately it comes out to cost about $100 so if you buy the kit its a bit cheaper but again i dont think all the parts are necessary.
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Posted 25 June 2009 - 09:06 AM

Try this instead for even more savings.
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