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Posted 03 August 2006 - 07:42 PM

The turbo loader from turbopaintball.com is an air powered loader available for Tippmann 98Cs,BT markers, Spyders, and a few other marker brands. Check the web site for compatability. I've had this loader for about a year and really like it. It's rated at up to 15 BPS but I never shoot that fast. I just wanted a hopper that I never have to shake. It holds 225+ balls so it's a little larger than a standard gravity feed hopper. It's made out of thick plastic and feels nice and solid. The clear fill lid is nice and snaps shut nice and tight. For some reason the green model has a longer down spout but the black one has a nice short down spout. I'm guessing the green ones are an older style and still in stock. I recommend the black one just for the shorter down spout. Installation was easy. On the 98C you have to switch out the power tube with the one that comes with the turbo loader. There's a plastic "finger" inside the loader that bounces everytime you pull the trigger, aggitating and pushing the balls down the feed neck. Because of this you can't fill it up completely. You have to leave just a little bit of room for the balls to move around. Just wait 'til you have about 70 or so balls left in the hopper then you can easily pour a whole 150 round hopper in it with no over spill. Unlike the cyclone it will feed paint until your marker takes it's last breath and there's no parts to wear out. It's as easy to clean as a standard gravity feed hopper. It comes with micro line that goes from the power tube "take off" to a little fitting on the bottom of the loader. Because it's attached by micro line I leave it on the marker all the time but you can easily unplug the micro line and remove the loader from the marker. I ran the micro line through the body of my 98C to keep it out of the way so it wouldn't snag on anything. The only downside I can think of is it's a little bigger than a standard gravity feed hopper. Best of all NO BATTERIES!!!!! Check it out at turbopaintball.com

This post has been edited by DVLCHLD: 09 August 2006 - 05:47 PM


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