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  • zinger565
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    Ah! I didn't know that. I remember having a Ricochet back in the day, then they kinda disappeared.

  • Cunha
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    Pinokio is what became of ricochet so the tech is basically the same.

  • glaman5266
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    That is something else, lol. Never heard of that. Neat idea though. :thumbup:

    I have an X-Board & Vortex impellor in mine. Can't outshoot it unless I toss it on an electro.

  • Brokeass_baller
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    Post up your results

  • ThatDude812
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    Holy cow! Thanks for the link dude. Gonna do this later in the week!

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  • Brokeass_baller
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    I can't believe the website is still up.

    http://www.pettypb.com/ballwacker.html

  • Chuck E Ducky
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    Just get the 4 finger impeller. They work great.

  • ThatDude812
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    Originally posted by Chuck E Ducky View Post
    Revvy today will do the job just fine as rate of fire has slowed and caps are placed on game play 99.9% of the time. However new Mech markers can out shoot them pretty easily hence the reason I recommend the LTR. You can mod the revvy to feed a lil faster and you can get a good speed feed for them. It will work fine for most play styles. So it depends on your budget. Assuming you play some speedball shooing a DM and Ego from back in the day. Your going to like the profile of the LTR rotor better IMO.

    Pinocchio speed is another great hopper think faster feeding revvy in a great profile. They can have issues fitting in some feed necks but the way they sit on a marker is super nice. Great field of view and a tight lil package.
    You remember how to do the ballwhacker mod on a Revvy by any chance? I want to it to one of mine but can’t remember how to save my life.

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  • zinger565
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    Picked up an HK speed (non pinokio) recently. Haven't played with it yet, but did shoot it in the backyard. Kept up with my SL74 Ego just fine. Interesting that it uses the "finger" ball detection that Ricochet used to use on their hoppers. It's light, a little odd that the impeller is in the front, and I can see how the speed feed isn't the greatest on these with a shallow "feed" zone.

    Not a fan of the clipless 9v connector though, had issues with those in the past. Not a negative, but the feedneck is very large on this one. I had to back out my clamp several turns compared to my prophecy and it was still a push. Also, needed to unscrew one screw to replace lid.

    Overall, nice hopper. I like the material and the removable nose cone. Balance is very nice too. It's definitely reminiscent of "an eggy done right", the impeller is almost the exact same.

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  • joshs
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    I just checked, and a Spire IR w/ speed feed and ncharge battery is 484g. An LTR with 3 alkalines and Exalt fastfeed is 603g.

  • joshs
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    The weight w/ batteries of the Virtue loaders can be reduced by using the N-Charge battery (especially compared to the two nine volts in a Speed or Revy). You can also use the N-Charge with a Rotor.

  • Seajay
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    I have a Revvy and a Halo 2. The Halo 2 with out of the box settings feeds all my Spyders, FASORS, and my Intimidator without a hiccup.
    The Revvy I use with my Autocockers, just cause.

    It's mostly a preference thing. I wouldn't say any of them are heavy, but the balance can be different on different markers.

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  • Brokeass_baller
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    45s are way too short for me. I actually bought an extender for my 68. Lol. Never noticed that about the Tippmann. I always figured it was a necessity to place them that far forward. The Stingray's feed neck was in the same place, as were the Sheridan XTS (Is that what they were called? I can't remember.)

  • glaman5266
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    Brokeass_baller That's precisely why I went with a 45/45K. Anything larger throws the balance off way too much for my taste, especially with these newer spoolers. Though I still use my 68/45K on cockers & older stuff.

    This whole conversation kinda reminds me of why Tippmann designed their paintguns with the feed above the foregrip. That placement really makes it feel like the paintgun + hopper is lighter than it is. And the weight of the hopper is more under the control of the forward hand. It's an ingenious spot to put it.

  • Brokeass_baller
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    Interesting. Thanks for this. They certainly feel very similar. I have a nice little digital scale. I'll throw them on and see for myself.

    You're spot on with the tank weights and stuff though. My 2 year old Empire basic 68/4500 is literally half the weight, and a full few inches shorter and narrower than my old Pure Energy and Nitro Duck tanks. It's insane.
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