2007 Stock Soaker Info - Compiling Information

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Post by isoaker » Sat Jan 06, 2007 8:42 am

Information has been gathered from various posts (scorpion's main find and Crashdummy's pic find) and related-websites.
New known 2007 Stock Soaker info is summarized below:

Super Soaker (New for 2007)
>> Super Soaker Aqua Shock Arctic Blast Water Gun
Aqua Shock Arctic Blast

>> Super Soaker Aqua Shock HydroBlitz
HydroBlitz Picture

>> Super Soaker Aqua Shock Covert Control Water Gun
Aqua Shock Covert Control Soaker (box says Secret Strike)

>> Super Soaker Aqua Shock Back Pack (100oz.)

>> Super Soaker Aqua Shock Sneak Attack Description:
Sneak Attack

>> Super Soaker Max Infusion Defender Helix Wave 1 Combo Pack

Text from: http://www.entertainmentearth.com/hitli ... per+Soaker
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As more information becomes available, more to be added to this thread.

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Post by FinalFantasizer » Sun Jan 07, 2007 5:35 pm

Wow...I'm so pathetic. I actually made an account to play the "Jean La Foote" game for a chance to win a hydroblitz.
Armory:

CPS 12000
CPS 21000
CPS 27000
CPS 12000 (in the works)
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CPS Splashzooka
SC Big trouble
XP 310 & 270
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Post by Dr. D » Mon Jan 08, 2007 6:25 pm

Can't believe I didn';t think of that :goofy:


Any evidence that they're rereleasing any of the older CPSs?
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Post by FinalFantasizer » Mon Jan 08, 2007 6:58 pm

Unfortunately, no. All of Hasbro's 2007 stuff looks new. Some of the guns are slightly modified versions of weapons from a couple of years ago. The only exiting thing this year is the hydroblitz.
Armory:

CPS 12000
CPS 21000
CPS 27000
CPS 12000 (in the works)
CPS 3000 (w/ MI:Overload Backpack)
CPS Splashzooka
SC Big trouble
XP 310 & 270
MI Flash Flood
MI Overload
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Post by scorpion » Wed Jan 17, 2007 10:19 am

Amazon.com just got a better pic of the hydroblitz!!! upon seeing a better pic, I think it supports my theory about the orange handle being the pump. but wut the heck is that orange nob on the bottom? methinks a new way of filling.



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Post by isoaker » Wed Jan 17, 2007 10:26 am

Good find! Can now also clearly see the trigger on the back handle, too. I wonder if the big lever acts as a pump/trigger... pull it back and then it ends up unleashing the big blast out the larger nozzle. Then again, the soaker is still missing a pump so the large lever may be the pump for everything. Much clearer pic, but still so many questions about how it works remains.

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Post by scorpion » Wed Jan 17, 2007 11:56 am

Heres my theory: the lever on the top is the pump. on the bottom is a little orange nob(if u luk closely) that serves as a nozzle selector toggle switch. And I believe the cylinder on the front with the supersoaker logo on it appears to be a secondary tank because the front of that cylinder appears to be a cap.



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Post by HBWW » Wed Jan 17, 2007 2:51 pm

^That "cap" is screwed on. Only cap I see is the quick fill cap.

If the gun is indeed CPS, it would be hard to get any shape to fit in, yet the large looks like it would be too big to be powered by an air pressure system that uses an intake tube.

I still find a lever pump to be very bizzare, but considering it's shape and size, it very likely is the pump.
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Post by Dr. D » Wed Jan 17, 2007 5:10 pm

If the secondary tank with the logo on it is a CPS chamber (which it almost certainly is), wouldn't the screwed on cap make it incredibly easy to just screw it off and colossus mod the PC? :oo:

Knowing Hasbro, they probably glued it on or something :angry:
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Post by scorpion » Wed Jan 17, 2007 5:59 pm

If the secondary tank with the logo on it is a CPS chamber (which it almost certainly is)


O no. the cps chamber would be behind the big nozzle if anywhere.
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Post by WaterWolf » Wed Jan 17, 2007 6:07 pm

I guess this proves that my theory about the placement of the trigger and pump was right on the money.
And I'm highly convinced that the pressure chamber is a cylindrical CPS, due to the shape and location.
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Post by SilentGuy » Wed Jan 17, 2007 8:11 pm

The CPS chamber is cylindrical, below the nozzles. The trigger is clearly on the main grip, although I still disagree about the top handle.

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Post by Crashdummy » Wed Jan 17, 2007 8:14 pm

FinalFantasizer wrote:Wow...I'm so pathetic. I actually made an account to play the "Jean La Foote" game for a chance to win a hydroblitz.
I made tons, fishy, fishy1, fishy2, fishy3, etc right when I found that game (right after new years). I could only get a basketball hoop.

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Post by FinalFantasizer » Thu Jan 18, 2007 8:07 pm

Dude that thing is huge......! This may well be the first Hasbro gun I am excited about. THe blue cyllinder seems way too big to be a standard air pressure PC, so the gun must be CPS. This gun seems like an XL version of the flash flood....A true water shotgun!
Armory:

CPS 12000
CPS 21000
CPS 27000
CPS 12000 (in the works)
CPS 3000 (w/ MI:Overload Backpack)
CPS Splashzooka
SC Big trouble
XP 310 & 270
MI Flash Flood
MI Overload
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Post by scorpion » Fri Jan 19, 2007 8:56 am

Dude that thing is huge......! This may well be the first Hasbro gun I am excited about. THe blue cyllinder seems way too big to be a standard air pressure PC, so the gun must be CPS. This gun seems like an XL version of the flash flood....A true water shotgun!


That's why i refer to it as the super flash flood.
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Post by SilentGuy » Fri Jan 19, 2007 4:51 pm

There's an Armor-Dillo from Buzz Bee, looks pretty neat with its adjustable nozzle. The bipod isn't necessary though, as it looks fairly small. But it looks decent...

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Post by isoaker » Fri Jan 19, 2007 4:59 pm

SilentGuy wrote:There's an Armor-Dillo from Buzz Bee, looks pretty neat with its adjustable nozzle. The bipod isn't necessary though, as it looks fairly small. But it looks decent...
The ArmorDillo is not a new soaker. It was released (though only in Canada) in 2004. See ArmorDillo Review

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Post by SilentGuy » Fri Jan 19, 2007 6:31 pm

Heh...sorry. I kinda remember it, but not really.

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Post by ZOCCOZ » Sat Jan 20, 2007 2:06 am

At this point what I am curious about would be nozzle sizes and PC size of the HydroBlitz. The pysical size seems like a CPS 1500, CPS 1-3-5, Monster 01/CPs 4100 at the most. Looking at the skinny dude on the SS comercial image, it doesn't come close to a Monster X/XL. Which makes me wonder the steep price. Then again, one can not do price versus performance comparison to the Old Larimi guns. The FF or 3A was the same price as the CPS 1000 or CPS 2100 as an example.



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Post by isoaker » Sun Jan 21, 2007 10:48 am

Super Soaker Aquashock Sneak Attack pre-page.

Max Infusion Backpack pre-page.

Sadly, still no new pics or information.

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