xWashburnx, on Mar 7 2010, 01:35 PM, said:
Ecellg, on Mar 7 2010, 01:25 PM, said:
Not really, You'll need to clean and lube the regulator every six months. The board you will never need to mess with more than you would on the Phenom, and maybe even less than that unless the Phenom has a screen. Microlines take less than 5 minutes to change every now and again. I think I've changed my macroline maybe twice in the year I've had my PM7. And what's all that jazz? I'm betting I can debunk that too.
Phenom has air through grip so ill never have to change them and the regulator is in the valve..... and i can still use it when the battery is dead... can ur PM7 do that?
how often do you have a battery die mid game? I mean, of course, if it's that
big a factor, perhaps you're not ready for a geo or vitory, and should stick with a X7p, just because, as a tippmann, having to clean and lube it boils down to a couple drops of hoppe's #9 in the ASA and you're done.
The reg will still need to be cleaned out at some point (unless you're using a SCUBA compressor every time you fill HPA, and the air is breathing quality) and since it's housed in the valve, you'll have to take the entire bleeding marker apart to get at it.
and it's as if changing macroline is a big deal. hell, I've *never* had to, except when I swapped rails or ASAs on my timmy.
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