Posted 21 June 2013 - 07:59 AM
I play anything.
My setup ~ Dangerous Power Revi with a Techt bolt, 68 4500 empire tank, Dye Rotor, Dye I4s with amber and mirror lense, valken redemption pants, Empire 2012 Contact Jersey, Nike Cleats
Posted 25 June 2013 - 03:55 PM
Inline poppet valve design. (not a spool valve)
Internal LPR design
Manifold mounted solenoid. (no hoses)
Thin ergonomic grip frame.
4 eye operation compatible. (30 bps can be acheived with 4 eyes. 4 eye system sold as an upgrade)
No rise wedge feed. Swivel top regulator. ( fitting can be rotated to any position)
Proficiency engine that the Mummy can't use:
Edited by Jaccen, 25 June 2013 - 04:00 PM.
Posted 26 June 2013 - 02:33 PM
get one, that is all.
I just did today and can't wait for it to arrive. That being said no I don't know much about it besides reviews. Also not to hijack the thread but any upgrades people would recommend on it? Such as is it worth getting the supercharger, pressure system, or anything else?
Posted 26 June 2013 - 03:49 PM
Upgrades I would consider:
-pressure tester (buy the stock one or build your own)
Upgrades that are personal:
I like the stock, but you may not. Try it first before you go buying another one. Triggers that I, personally, prefer are of the S type so I like Critical, Violent, Kodachi, etc.
2. 4c eyes
These only matter if you play semi. I don't think it's worth it. Just buy another case of paint. I do have them, but would not have bought them in retrospect.
3. Supercharger/proficiency engine
Only worth it if you can find it cheap enough. I wouldn't pay more than $100 used for it. It will add about 1 or 2 pods to your total.
4. Lurker spring
A cheap, easy mod to the stock engine. I haven't personally got one (yet), but everything I've read seems to say it's a good, bang-for-buck upgrade.
I just use an NDZ on/off for all my tanks. a 45/4500 with on/off ~ the same length as a 68/4500.
6. laser eyes
I wouldn't consider these until the stock ones broke.
My advice is to play first, see if you note any deficiencies, and then go from there. I would save most of your money for field fees and paint. They'll give you much more satisfaction than getting an extra 1/2 bps or 1 pod off a fill.
Just go mow muppets.
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