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    Posted: 29 July 2004 at 6:45pm
is the cyclone feed also called "warp feed"??
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No warp feed is those little motors that push painballs up into the breech through tubes, not Q-Loader.

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this is a warp feed and read some of the review

http://www.pbreview.com/products/reviews/?sort=&prod=157


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lol, now the cool part is putting a Warp Feed on a A-5...

 

Of course, that would require removing the cyclone feed, and THEN getting the warp and everything set up, but then that would defeat the whole purpose of the cyclone feed in the first place, now wouldn't it?

Warped feeds are those little peices of machinery that are fitted to the side of the marker, so that paint is feeded into it, and "warped" via tube travel to the marker itself.  Basicall it just takes that big hopper off the top of your marker, and moves it to the side...Pretty interesting

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