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Chuck Norris

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Ultimate Guide To JT Straps

30 September 2008 - 07:14 PM

Not mine, I trust transferred it from Ionshooter93.



NO BST WHAT SO EVER! This Thread is for information only No EBAY links either.

THAT MEANS NONE OF THESE STRAPS ARE FOR SALE! DONT EVEN ASK ABOUT BUYING ONE. ALSO IF SOMEONE POSTS A PIC OF A STRAP DONT ASK TO BUY IT! CAUSE ITS NOT FOR SALE!

Now Just to remind you before reading this guide.

~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~
~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~
~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~
~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~
~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~
~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~
~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~
~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~
~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~
~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~
~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~
~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~
~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~~NO BST NOTHING IS FOR SALE~





Please take note:
This thread may no longer have appraisals in it. It is just for discussing straps. If you are looking for an appraisal, post in the appraisal thread, located in the Stickies.
Appraisal Thread


Thanks!


Prices are for good condition straps. BNIB/LNIB may go for more.

The prices given here are for the average strap. NIB or LNIB straps may go for more, and more beat up straps would go for less.

Most of the older "retro" JT straps came off of motocross goggles used in the 1980's and early 1990's.

Racing straps top to bottom are..

* Olive Racing strap. $60+
* Purple logo and Pink Racing strap $125+
* Blue Racing Strap $140+
* Pink Racing strap w/ purple ends $105+
* Pink and Purple Racing strap $125+
* 1 of 3 Red/Purple Racing Strap 175+
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You can see how one pink strap has purple on both ends, and the logo to the far end, and the other has purple on the ends that meet in the middle and the logo is near the frame end of the strap.

The reprint looks like this...
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You can see the purple splash is on the frame end of the strap as well as the logo, this prevents the logo from being hidden under the middle end of the strap as you tighten it, essentially giving the strap a longer life.

* Yellow and Pink Lemonade Racing. $130+

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The lemonade racing strap came off of elite ref masks in the early 1990's. Some have Black adjusters, and some have white, it makes no difference.

Green and Pink Racing, affectionatley known as the Watermelon. $350 due to it well being 1 of 1.
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* Grey racing strap. $60+

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Now onto the Techno Straps.

Techno's were made famous by Ryan Greenspan and XSV players, the most famous is the white techno. There are two kinds of white techno's, the reprints and the OG's this pic will show you the difference.

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White Techno's

* Original $70
White w/ Blue $20

The strap without the blue edges is the older and original strap. The one with the Blue is newer and was released at SD 04. But there are lots of them as of today in existance.

Next are the Green, Navy, Yellow, Red and Purple Techno straps.

Navy and Black Techno



* Navy $40
* Black-rarest techno strap, $75+

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Top to bottom

* Green Techno $55
* Red Techno $65
* Yellow Techno $75


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* Purple Techno $45

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• ☆ • Ultimate Torque Information Thread • ☆ •

30 September 2008 - 06:44 PM

This thread is to inform you about the Hard Corps Torque loader. There has been a large amount of threads asking a lot of questions about the torque, how it works, what is the difference between the 440,350 and the 150 motor. This thread is hopefully going to explain everything you need or want to know about the torque. If there is anything you wish to be added let me know and I’ll research it and add it.

Manufactures Website -
http://www.hardcorpspb.com/

MSRP – $99
Ball Capacity –
Small Mouth - apx. 150
Loud Mouth (widemouth) - apx 180
Speed Feed – none available yet

Reviews - First off Here is a good place to start to see user reviews of the loader.

http://www.pbnation....d_corps_torque/
http://www.pbreview....s/reviews/5530/
http://www.pbnation....63#post41082863
http://www.pbnation....d.php?t=2617699


Weight – thanks to vegetass4 we have a ton of loader weight information.
The Torque

474 grams = 16.7198 ounces without batteries
568 grams = 20.0356 ounces with batteries ( 2 9v Energizer )
If you wish to see more weights of different loaders go to.
http://www.pbnation....d.php?t=2265521


Speed

The speed of the Torque is around 25-28 bps on the gun from what I’ve read, Vegetass4 stated he got 27 and many other users confirm that speed. Here is a link from boostmonkey’s test results.

http://www.pbnation....d.php?t=2595745


How it works/question discussing the loader

Max current draw with a full battery if you stop the motor shaft would be 600 mah. But, with the slip drive, the feed paddle stops but the shaft of the gear drive is allowed to spin because of the magnetic field friction slip drive system. The current draw during slippage is 300 mah. In either slip or constant stop, neither draws enough current to damage the motor. When the power of the battery drops below it's ability to continue to slip, the motor will stop, but will be pulling less than 300 mah of current, which will not hurt the motor. The only reason for the slip drive is to decrease the amount of current draw when the marker is not being fired, thus improving battery life.

http://www.pbnation....d.php?t=2421965


Motors
150 – stock motor on all the newer Torques
350 – Stock motor on the older/1st run Torques
440 – Upgrade motor form Hard Corps, it is slightly faster than the 150, louder, and some people experience more popcorning with this motor. It doesn’t seem to affect the top seed as much more out of the gate speed.


Mods

Small mouth to Wide mouth shells - http://www.pbnation....d.php?t=2608926

Ghetto Speed Feed mod -

Villain's Speed Feed mod
VLocity Speed Feed Mod
VLocity Crown Speed Feed Mod

This is a semi-mod for the hard to take apart the shell.



Assembly and Disassembly of the Torque loader.

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Comparison Threads

Halo/Torque
Pulse/Torque

Photos of the Torque


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• ☆ • One-Shot Indoor Paintball Field/ProShop - Toms River,NJ • ☆ •

29 September 2008 - 06:07 PM

One-Shot Indoor Paintball
Located in Toms River, New Jersey
(732)-736-6909
1 South Main Street
(BIG YELLOW WAREHOUSE - Diagonal from Wheels MotorSports)





http://www.oneshotpb.net


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MON.-$22.50 ENTRY INCLUDES AIR FOR THE DAY ARRIVE AFTER 5PM $20.00 ENTRY $45.00 FIELD CASE PAINT

TUES.- THIRD TUES OF THE MONTH PUMP NIGHT $22.50 ENTRY INCLUDES AIR FOR THE DAY ARRIVE AFTER 5PM $20.00 ENTRY

WEDS.- $15.00 ENTRY INCLUDES AIR FOR THE DAY


THURS.- $22.50 ENTRY INCLUDES AIR FOR THE DAY ARRIVE AFTER 5PM $20.00 ENTRY

FRI.- $22.50 ENTRY INCLUDES AIR FOR THE DAY ARRIVE AFTER 5PM $20.00 ENTRY $45.00 FIELD CASE PAINT

SAT.- $22.50 ENTRY INCLUDES AIR FOR THE DAY IF PAINT IS PURCHASED $30.00 ENTRY BRING YOUR OWN PAINT

SUN.- $22.50 ENTRY INCLUDES AIR FOR THE DAY IF PAINT IS PURCHASED $25.00 ENTRY BRING YOUR OWN PAINT

PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME

call for group and party rates....