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Old 12-27-2004, 12:58 PM #22
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I actually prefer my Cyborg to the Viking I owned a couple months back. It's lighter, smaller profile, just as fast (legally), just as air efficient, and just as reliable(in my experiences). It is slightly more maintenence, but what isn't compared to a Viking.
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Old 12-27-2004, 12:59 PM #23
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****The biggest weakness of the cyborg. ****









I don't own one
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Old 12-27-2004, 04:33 PM #24
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While i was playing yestery, my guage seemed to juss blew. it was at like 500 psi wen the guage goes up to 300. I will probably have to look into replacing the bad retainers but how did u get that free guage?
I took it to the retailer where i bought it(bastion) and the replaced the gauge under the warranty , I think most dealers should be able to do this for you.





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Also, in theory the electronics would not be a limiter on the marker but observations by me lead me to a different conclusion. I noted that with a Halo B, even in short strings, the Cyborg would pause event when I was pulling the trigger and the hopper was keeping up. In other words: I was pulling the trigger but it wasn't shooting. This is a result of something electronic... Either the board or microswitch is not registering shots.

You also completely forgot to address the issue of several 'Borgs breaking and edited it out of your quotation of me.
The cyborg will keep up to anyones fingers aslong as the trigger is setup for the person who is shooting it .

and I didn't address the issuses of several(3 out 8 ) cyborgs breaking down cause I was not around to see these "break downs" so how can I answer what went wrong with them, should i blame it on evil pixies? or maybe terrorists?
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Old 12-27-2004, 04:36 PM #25
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and I didn't address the issuses of several(3 out 8 ) cyborgs breaking down cause I was not around to see these "break downs" so how can I answer what went wrong with them, should i blame it on evil pixies? or maybe terrorists?
Haha. If I had enough room in my sig (damn mandatory ego booster), That'd be in there.
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Old 12-27-2004, 07:46 PM #26
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Alright guys... I knew what I said would be dismissed as mumbo-jumbo from some 12 year old poster who knows nothing about it.

later,

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Old 12-27-2004, 07:57 PM #27
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There's a reason for that...
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Old 12-29-2004, 08:05 PM #28
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Thats a nice video of 28 CCCCPPPPPSSSSS, but it doesn't mean much =/.
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