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Old 04-02-2006, 03:18 AM
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Default Help with an electric frame for a Victor!?

I was looking around and found none that was in my pricerange.
Cause I want no heavy bps I have no use of the ESP or such.
All I want is one pull - one ball action but with the sensitivety of a 50g electric trigger.

Is there such a frame out on the market and what would it cost me?
Thank you for your help.
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Old 04-02-2006, 05:05 AM
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Not that I have ever heard of. Your best bet is to get a used ESP Frame with a 50g switch. You can still pull the trigger one time. Just because its an electronic frame doesn't mean you have to walk it and cap out the board. I have an Ego and it lets me pull the trigger one time and the electronics are far more advanced. You can try Otter's mechanical trigger mod and see if that helps.
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Old 04-02-2006, 05:46 AM
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Not that I have ever heard of. Your best bet is to get a used ESP Frame with a 50g switch. You can still pull the trigger one time. Just because its an electronic frame doesn't mean you have to walk it and cap out the board. I have an Ego and it lets me pull the trigger one time and the electronics are far more advanced. You can try Otter's mechanical trigger mod and see if that helps.
I did the Otter trigger mod and yes it made a heck of a difference.
I'm not sure it is enough though.

Is there anyone who can make me list of frames that could fit on a spyder?
I found some that might help me but I have no idea if they are any good.
And what I can see; none of them are very cheap either

* Kingman ESP IPI 3.0 frame
* Kingman ESP Reviews
* Kingman ESP IPI frame Reviews
* Kingman Sprint frame Reviews
* Mako Storm frame
* Boo-yaah LCD
* Centerflag Hyperframe
* Dragun frames
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Old 04-02-2006, 11:03 AM
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Default Re: Help with an electric frame for a Victor!?

... umm... go for the ipi's .. they're usually the cheapest ... but you'll have to look around for a deal around the 30's ...
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Old 04-02-2006, 08:58 PM
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Default Re: Help with an electric frame for a Victor!?

Ok seriously MonkeyWiz me and you thin alike on spyders, at least on terms of upgrades. I also dont care about crazy shooting frames or nothing, I did 2 modificatons from Otters website, to make the trigger pull softer, and shortening the back, to do the front i need to drill and i dont have a drill press at the time. But yeah i also want a trigger frame that is alot softer. Oh and im new with this terminology. Whats ESP and 50g?
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Old 04-03-2006, 05:40 AM
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Default Re: Help with an electric frame for a Victor!?

I created a blog about my upgrading and such.
http://thepaintballblog.blogspot.com/

I found a frame from ProToyz that will cost me around $60.
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Old 04-03-2006, 02:31 PM
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Default Re: Help with an electric frame for a Victor!?

ESP is a type of electric trigger frame. 50 gram is an upgrade switch that makes it so you dont have to pull on the trigger as hard to squeeze a shot off.
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Default Re: Help with an electric frame for a Victor!?

your probably gonna wanta do the magnet mod for the 50gram upgrade ...

ESP ... just a type .. like the IPI's and the CAMD's ... which you'll hear a lot when you try to buy one .. btw the camd's are better quality than the ipi's
esp also stands for especially ...
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I found a frame from ProToyz that will cost me around $60.
Pro Toyz is a brand: LINK
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