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Old 05-06-2007, 02:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Thanks to MCB I've.....

... become a multiple ICD owner in only a couple of weeks.

Just got a Promaster and got it gassed up yesterday. That'll be fun.... but it's so smooth that it doesn't agitate my Archon hopper enough to feed reliably so I guess now I'm in the market for an electro hopper... WHERE WILL THIS TECHNOLOGY WAR END!?!?!?!?!?!?!

Coming in the mail is also a couple of Thundercats thanks to our own jiu-jitsu_fighter. They need a bit of luvin' to get working well but I'm always one for a bit of tinkering.

So it would seem that I've got the old school mechanical and new school electro all taken care of.

I've seen a lot about the 'cats and it all sure sounds good. I'm looking forward to playing with them along side my current favourite Piranhas.

There's a fair amount of good stuff out there but if you guys have any favourite forums or info resources I'd appreciate the heads up in case I don't stumble over them on my own.
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Old 05-08-2007, 04:06 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The ICDO is a good place to start. PBNation is sometimes helpful.

http://www.icd-owners.com

I have a PM and you will most likely need a Halo/Reloader for it to feed reliably. Great marker for the price.

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icd-owners....

I'm there quite often, and if you look hard enough, a few techs float around that are familiar with the older ICD markers.

PBNation will be absolutely zero help, especially anything older than the bushy.

Also, give ICD a call with certain questions. The older ones enjoy talking about the older marker for sure.
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Joined up and posted. Yeah, the old stuff section is pretty quiet. I'll probably get as much or more out of the old curmudgeons that hang out here at MCB....

I'l going to check Vintage Rex as well.
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Joined up and posted. Yeah, the old stuff section is pretty quiet. I'll probably get as much or more out of the old curmudgeons that hang out here at MCB....

I'l going to check Vintage Rex as well.
Yeah, but some of the guys hanging out in the newer sections can help out quite a bit.

GregICD used to be a ICD tech, he has all kinds of good information.
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Downloaded and printed out some stuff about the 'Cats. I'm more enthused than ever. The whole idea of being able to trim the airflow to the ball and recocking is brilliant. I can also see that if the whole bolt to valve intersect angle is altered there's no reason to have much spring force at all and that the "kick" should be easy to limit to a fairly low amount.
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Old 05-10-2007, 06:39 PM   #7 (permalink)
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If you want a site with a ton of great information....

ICD Bobcat Review and Tips
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If you want a site with a ton of great information....

ICD Bobcat Review and Tips
Thanks, I found that one already and printed out the trigger mod and internal hopup tips.

Other than that site there's not much out there. Even ICD has the manuals online but seems to have lost the picture links.
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These markers are more than a decade old now, the amount of info still out there is surprising IMO.
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