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Old 04-07-2008, 03:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Any AKA owners run a Warp?

I like Warps myself, Here is my setup:
I currently run mine with the sensor which has to be turned rather sensitive to work right. Does the WAS board have any ability to Intellifeed my warp, and if so would that really help my BPS much, I only have the 9v warp so untill I get around to doing the 12v I guess I need as much help as I can get.
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Old 04-07-2008, 11:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Do you run it on a remote?
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was i think does have an intelli feed port.
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Old 04-07-2008, 11:45 PM   #4 (permalink)
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was i think does have an intelli feed port.
There is an intellifeed plug on the WAS and the Pandora Boards. The Tadao does not have one. Wow, I can't believe anyone is using a warp in this day and age. More power to you.
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Do you run it on a remote?
Yep, I have been using a Gas-Thru stock and SS braid remote for about 6-7 years now, so it is just natural to me. I do have a Kapp Drop zone that I can mount my tank on, But, even with the Drop Zone the AA Raptor Rex 114/45 is a bit heavy to keep on the marker. Here is a pic of the setup I use, without the tank straps down:
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How did you mount the 90* adapter to the feedneck? Someone on AO is asking this same question.

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AKA actually had (has?) a feedneck that is essentially a screw in war nipple like the AGD ULE Warp Bodies have.
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How did you mount the 90* adapter to the feedneck? Someone on AO is asking this same question.

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Instead of using the warp upper adapter, (which I have seen pop off before) I made a small cut in the hose to fit it around the 90* adapter's input and used a hose clamp to make sure it does not come loose...ever.

The part of the hose 90* adapter that is supposed to clamp onto a powerfeed, I just dremeled off that way it was smooth, put it in the clamping feedneck and just clamped it down, with the clamp removed from the 90* adapter it is about 1" od which is fine for most feednecks that can clamp.

It is alot cheaper than a special feedneck, and this way removing the warp and hooking the halo on top is as simple as unclamping the adapter and then unscrewing the warp.

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