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    Warp feed Info

    I own a mag with warp feed. As usually, I’ve never even seen one in person before so I’m excited to get it working.

    I’ve looked at several articles and videos and noticed people haves used a good variety of hoppers with these. Anything in particular work best? Any hoppers I should avoid?

    At my disposal I have the following;
    Eggy 3, Halo Too, Halo V35, Empire Prophecy, Dye Rotor, Virtue Spire and Empire Revy.

    Also, is there any easy replacement hose I can use? I’m a lefty, so if I put the warpfeed on the left side I need more hose to reach the 90 adaptor on the high side of my power feed.

    Any other info/advice/need to knows for these is appreciated as well.

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    #2
    I've used revys mostly.

    As for the hose.... blue flexible conduit, it works fantastic ands a bit harder so it keeps the paint protected.

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      #3
      I ran a VLocity Jr on mine, it fit very well, and the shape of the loader is taller than long in dimensions it seemed be a good choice for the warp setup
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        #4
        I think the most important thing that you forgot to tell us is what you are using this on because if it's a classic auto mag then it really doesn't matter which Hopper but if it's a maxed out RT really going to matter

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        • Cdn_Cuda

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          Classic mag.

        #5
        This reminded me of all the Revy + Warp setups I used to see pictures of, with a hole drilled in the Revy shells for the tube
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        • Cdn_Cuda

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          Was reading about that last night. Or they’d melt a barrel into the side of the revi.

        • Grendel

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          Done the melting method and the boring method and I would recommend the boring method. It ends up cleaner in the end. I used a drill press, jig to hold square and hole saw slightly smaller then my tube and lightly sanded to get the tube to pass through with minimum clearance.

        #6
        Valken V-Max fit great.
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          #7
          I've had a Warp Feed on my Woodstalker Ion since 2009. I initially set it up with an OG Dye Rotor and later transitioned to an Evlution 4 (flexy Eggy). The Feed rate of the loader isn't going to matter. The choice of the loader really comes down to how much you want to flare out the Warp Feed body (while keeping the hopper facing forward). The Evlution layout is the absolute best in this regard because there is no nose to interfere with the hose. You can tuck in the Warp Feed and the hopper.

          As a fellow lefty, I suggest you strongly consider putting the Warp on the right-hand side of your gun. Doing so allows the hopper and warp feed to sit in the triangle formed by your Left Shoulder / Left hand (holding the pistol grip of your gun) / Right Arm (holding the fore grip or reg on your gun). It also keeps the hopper and stuff from sticking out the left side of a bunker (which if you're left-handed, you should be using more often).
          Originally posted by Tom Kaye, in response to FS price critics:

          Unfortunately all of you have played the one "speedball" game of paintball for so long you can't conceive of other ways to do this and hence any new ideas seem stupid.
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          • Cdn_Cuda

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            I test fired the Mag with an Eggy 2 I had kicking around and was the easiest to position. Could even fit my left hand in. Only reason I have it set to left side is because my hose is too short otherwise. If I get a longer hose definitely move everything to the right, so it stays inbound and I don't had the side profile of a battleship sticking out.

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            Cdn_Cuda Which Mag do you have? Which side of the gun is the low end of the power feed? If it's on the right, you'd be served best with an alternate feed plug (https://www.airgundesigns.com/product-p/001395.htm) that allows for feeding through the low end of the power feed.

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          Left side is the low side of the power feed. I have a 90 degree adaptor as well.

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          • Jordan

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            I might have a piece of Warp hose in my Mag box, I'll check when I get home.

          • Cdn_Cuda

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            Not to worry, Ecapnation suggested flexible conduit which is easy to get locally.

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          Dang. I would think the 90deg adapter (angled straight down) would get it close enough for the Warp to be on the right side of the gun. Otherwise, Airgun Designs also sells the hose in an 11" (+ stretch) length.
          Originally posted by Tom Kaye, in response to FS price critics:

          Unfortunately all of you have played the one "speedball" game of paintball for so long you can't conceive of other ways to do this and hence any new ideas seem stupid.
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