While I have pictures of only the Fusion in this thread, the F8 is built so similarly, that nearly everything is this thread can be used for the F8 as well.
(From the Dangerous Power Website)
From design to conception, the Fusion Paintball Marker by Dangerous Power aims to achieve the highest level of performance at any price.
If you've tried shooting one, you will agree that this mission has been accomplished! Out of the box, the Fusion rivals the performance of other 'high-end' markers that are double or even triple the cost, leaving the competition wondering how quality can come at such affordability. Fusion owners also Have confidence in knowing that their purchase is backed by highly trained technical support staffs, read to provide unparalleled excellence in customer service should the need arise.
The limited comes pre-installed with a color kit, the patented RAPS (Rapid Air Pressurizing System) ASA system, and can easily be identified by a special serial number located beneath the trigger guard.
All Limited Fusion carry LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY.
Length: 19.6 inches
Operating Pressure: 250 psi
Weight: 1.89 lbs
Length: 19 inches
Height: 7.4 Inches
Operating Pressure 200 psi
As always, DP customer service is some of the best in the industry. If you have any problem with any DP marker, don't hesitate to call. DP is more than willing to help answer any question or address any problem, large or small.
DP Customer Service Team
Customer Service - 10am to 6pm PST
(909) 869-7800 | email@example.com
Service and Parts - 10am to 6pm PST
(909) 869-8801 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fusion is a Fasor marker design which basically just means that the Ram returns with a spring instead of with pneumatics/air. Similar markers designs are the Spyder and Legend markers.
Shooting out of box better than markers several times its price, the fusion needs NO upgrades, and it can work with both Low Pressure and High Pressure tanks.
**DO NOT USE CO2**
While there are so many lubes out on the market today, DP recommends the use of Dow-55 lube on the entire marker. I agree with this and you will notice that even though I have Dow-33 in the Picture of the workplace. I don't use dow33 on this marker except on the internal solenoid piston, which is my preference. Any type of lube will work, however to avoid leaks and extend life of O-rings, the use of a swelling type lube is the recommended.
What to do after each day of play?
Even though I have listed all the info in all the sections below, I'm sure there are quite a few people that are not going to want to read through the entire thing to find out what needs to be done after each day of play. So here's the skinny.
Wipe all paint off of marker. (Exterior, interior, bolt, eyes, barrel,)
Clean and relube ram assembly (See Section Below)
Every 15,000 Ė 20,000 shots clean, inspect, relube HPR and LPR. Sooner if they become inconsistent. (See Sections Below)
Links to Sections:
How to Crono your Fusion
Fusion VS F8
Breakdown N Maintenance of the Fusion Bolt and Ram
Disassembly of the HPR
Breakdown and Maintenance of the Fusion LPR
Separation of the Frame and Body on the Fusion
Breakdown of the Fusion Solenoid
Removing the Fusion Valve
Removing the Fusion Trigger
Other Fusion Links:
Register Your Marker
Official Dangerous Power Fusion Manual
Official Dangerous Power F8 Manual
Common Fusion Problems and Solutions
Solenoid Maintenance Video (Thanks to IntenseImage)
Edited by meMYSELFnI, 07 February 2009 - 12:07 AM.