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    warp feed questions

    what's the best hopper to run on a warp feed? I have revys and halo's

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    Any will work but the Halo would be better to sustain the higher rof where the revi will fill the warp and you get burst of high rof

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    Halo

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    The Ricochet Apache hopper was always my favorite because its force feed like a halo but pointed so it sits straight on the warp and tucks in very well without having to cut it. Google some photos of it and you'll see what I mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sk8ermog View Post
    The Ricochet Apache hopper was always my favorite because its force feed like a halo but pointed so it sits straight on the warp and tucks in very well without having to cut it. Google some photos of it and you'll see what I mean.
    I remember seeing the prototype loader of the Ricochet at a tournament in Phoenix before it ever hit the market, that was many years ago .

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    well u could always get a jt speed collar and run it with a jt speed pod in it..... i was thinking about doing a revy into a warp into a rotor..... lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sk8ermog View Post
    The Ricochet Apache hopper was always my favorite because its force feed like a halo but pointed so it sits straight on the warp and tucks in very well without having to cut it. Google some photos of it and you'll see what I mean.
    the apache is not force feed
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    Quote Originally Posted by RT Lover View Post
    well u could always get a jt speed collar and run it with a jt speed pod in it..... i was thinking about doing a revy into a warp into a rotor..... lol
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLSP0o_7mkI

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    lol totally speechless

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    Im going to need one for LL7

    "I'm not happy unless you're not happy"

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    Perfect for fields that gun hits don't count.

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    In my opinion, the last iteration of the Viewloader Evlution (Eggy 4) is the best one. The benefits:
    Very robust neck positioned at the very front of the loader (doesn't interfere at all with the Warp's exit hose).
    Soft Revolution shell
    Large fill opening
    Simple on-off operation and anti jam
    Force feed (but doesn't push past the warp discs)
    Eyes
    * you don't need to remove it from the warp to clean it (pushpins remove the top half).

    I briefly had a Rotor on my Warp but, I like the egg better because of the fit.
    Last edited by uv_halo; 04-29-2014 at 11:26 PM. Reason: added about cleaning

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    is there anything I need for the halo to fit? feed neck of some kind maybe? how do you keep if from falling off?

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    I like using a Halo Too. It fits right into the hopper socket on the warpfeed, no feedneck necessary. You may actually have to loosen the bolts around that socket to get it to fit down inside, and then re-tighten.

    Of course, I'm also now trying to go warpless to ditch the weight. It would be nice if Empire or DYE or some other super-loader company would actually make a top-exit or side-exit-feed loader rather than us having to do all these mods and then playing with the settings to get them to work.

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