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WantsTheShiny

Member Since 29 Dec 2008
Offline Last Active Mar 28 2009 02:01 PM
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In Topic: Will people hate me for my stuff?

22 February 2009 - 02:50 PM

Who cares what people think of you,

PS: In my eyes I would think you are a rich snob, since you play paintball like once every 2 months. yet you have a +$500 set up and you are still not playing aggressive since you are so new to the sport.
/Rant

Who gives a Fuck, buy what you want!


The most important thing is to act very humble and polite with your new set up. Just tell em' you got a sweet birthday present

he said he goes twice a month.

In Topic: smart parts ion

20 February 2009 - 11:41 AM

A regular ASA cannot be turned off. This means that when you unscrew the tank, it is fully pressurized. That's 800-900 pounds per square inch of pressure on your threads while unscrewing it. This large amount of pressure will drastically increase the force of friction when unscrewing your tank. You'll notice that unscrewing the tank from a regular ASA is difficult. This is why. Without lube to decrease the friction force, you can strip the threading after repeated unscrewing of the tank due to the high pressure.

A QEV is a Quick Exhaust Valve. When a marker cycles, different sides are pressured and depressurized. A QEV helps depressurize parts of the marker by speeding up the process. This in turn enables you to lower your dwell (how long the solenoid directs air to your marker). That in turn leads to increased efficiency.


thank you

In Topic: Favorite Band

18 February 2009 - 05:03 PM

Where the hell is Muse!!!! WHat's wrong with you!...and BTW mine is metallica

In Topic: smart parts ion

18 February 2009 - 02:00 PM

Hey Lotus, how come you gotta put lube in the non on/off ASA to remove the tank? and what's a QEV?

In Topic: $200 09 SLG?

14 February 2009 - 02:08 AM

no, proto made a new slg, i don't think it has the UL frame and and has more composite parts