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28 April 2013 - 07:54 AMimo, if the halo is working for you then i wouldnt upgrade. yes the rotor is better as far as operation and reliability, but don't fix what isn't broken, right? I would save that money for playing
22 April 2013 - 07:48 AMI've played all day before and never been shot; not even a bounce. those are usually the days when I can get a small squad together and work together as a separate unit. I've played solo before without getting out, but get bounces.
23 February 2013 - 12:18 AMthat's nowhere enough air to be able to to anything underwater. you would get 30 seconds, maybe a minute of air. also, you should never go scuba diving unless you have been properly trained.
26 January 2013 - 04:07 PMyes, they exist, but they are incredibly expensive. you're better off just hosing down the field if the paint bothers you that much.
21 January 2013 - 08:18 AMi dont want to offend any of the NME owners here.. but NME's has pretty shotty quality when they were still in production. Thats why they never got a huge following.
they were made with cheaper quality parts than timmies and most importantly, no board you can get for an NME is still in production. so if you ever have a problem, you're pretty much fucked in that regard.
it might not be a bad gun if you can keep it running, but honestly... why get one when you can just get a real intimidator for the same price?
what a lot of people dont know is when you have one tuned properly, it shot better than a timmy. Plus you are guarantee to have the best looking gun on the field. but you're right. parts are a pain in the ass to find, so you're SOL if something breaks. I would recommend buying a 2nd NME just for parts if you go this route. if you're lucky you may be able to find one for like $100