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Old 07-16-2004, 06:56 PM #22
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I think my brass eagle avenger has something to say about that......lol, sorry I was trying to be serious but just couldnt
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Old 07-16-2004, 06:59 PM #23
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Alias vs. DM4 is a close race.

I just don't like the feel of the new style timmys.
It DOES end up being 100% personal preference.
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Old 07-16-2004, 09:06 PM #24
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Old 07-16-2004, 10:19 PM #25
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from my experiences, i have some differences if preference between the dm4 and the alias.

IMO, DM4 has
-less kick
-better looks
-decent efficiency
- about the same in speed
-easier to maintain
-better quality production

and the alias,
-better air efficiency
-about the same in speed
- a litle more kick
-more sensitive noid (in my experience, timmy noids blow quite easily if your not careful)
-less quality milling and work (mill marks, anno spots)

so, all in all, it comes down to personal preference. the dm4 has some things about it that are IMO better than the alias, and the alias has some things that are better than the dm4.
Rockin the timmy


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Old 07-17-2004, 01:26 PM #26
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Originally posted by YGfamily
fly and timmys OWN a DM4 in speed
I must dissagree wih you. The fly utilizes the optoboard, which has relatively no "feedback" from the trigger at all. Now, i had a speed, so i know all about the opto board.

The trigger needs some feedback, and that click of the microswitch on the dm4 is just the right amount. i found the opto board very hard to rip on, where as the dm4 in my opinion just shoots tits.

now, the timmy, i cannot see how it is really any "faster" the triggers piviot almost identically, they have the same rated switches stock.... it is all feel, and how the trigger is setup when it comes to a marker with a switch.

also, you are talking about a magnomodded marker, this can be done to the dm4 as far as I am aware, but no one has done it yet, because no one has seen the need to.

Also, why do you think angel shooters used to call it the "matrix mod" by upping the dwell, lowering the lpr, and throwing a volumiser on? because its a form of flattery of course

they want their markers to shoot just as nice as the trix, and while the results are comorable, its just not possible to get that smoothe opperating out of a ram driven marker.
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Old 07-17-2004, 02:48 PM #27
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Old 07-17-2004, 04:49 PM #28
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DM4 vs FreeFlow Rhythm with RaceFrame?
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