Lol funny thing is when he tried to order it the first 4 times it failed bc he was drunk kept messing up his cc number and the total was $2744.95 they accidentally had a $1000 insurance on the gun I said thank god it didn't go through so I called them up they fixed it but I changed colors anyway
The custom colours are good, but the parts they choose to swap are not ideal imo and kill the lines. Not clean at all. Same can be said for the stock colours though so whatevs - if I get one I'll see if I can get them to choose the bits custom style.
Just curious what is the advantage of pre-ordering? I have been thinking about it, just curious what people think.
Also did I miss the explanation of the difference between the two rams? I know one is "heavy" and one "light", but what does that translate to for performance?
I hope with all of the additional settings and configurations that are available we don't loose the functionality as explained by Jack in the DART thread, my favorite quote by a manufacturer.
Some people like to tinker and tune. Some people like to pull their gun out of their bag and go play. The DART kit will certainly allow those that DO like to tinker and tune a larger range of adjustment across all parameters over the stock gun. But importantly for those that just like to play, hours spent with gauges, test kits, chonographs and adjustment tables is most definitely not a prerequisite to enjoying and feeling the benefits of this kit.
The thought with pre-ordering is that you'd get in on the first shipment of guns, just in case they sell out. I don't know how well this works out in practice though. If anything it might be a better way to make sure you get the color you want without waiting a long time.
The heavier rammer will open the valve with lower pressure needed to drive it, so it will be a smoother shot. The light rammer will allow for greater efficiency. Neither one requires excessive tuning, but they are giving both so that you can have the option if you happen to like tinkering.