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Post by sbell25 » Wed May 17, 2006 12:29 am

Just got in the mail a Speed Loader Powersurge 1100, the successor to the original SL1000 pistol. It's powerful, and gives a good kick when fired. Actually a little too powerful, as my hose now refuses to fill it! Admittedly, our hose isn't very high-pressure, but my SL1500 has little trouble filling from it. I'll have to take it elsewhere for a proper test.

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Post by Wild Boys » Wed May 17, 2006 2:57 pm

Just now I received a Monster X 2002-03 from eBay. I wasn't aware that it came today, until about 15 minutes ago when one of my good neighbours came along with it and gave it to us. What happened was that my parents were out at the time the parcel was delivered, but my neighbour knew the person who delivered the parcel so he said that he would take it until we were in. Very nice of him.

I tested it and its good, nothing much new and performs a lot the same as my Aqua Nexes 2000-01 version, but there are still a few minor differences which I know of. I didn't really test it much or for long, it is evening, quite dark and raining quite bad, I just tested it to see if it works, and it does!

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Post by kylemw9 » Wed May 17, 2006 6:21 pm

a triple agresser which broke cause i was being stupid and left it outside fully charged and full of water oops :soaked:
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Post by wetmonkey442 » Wed May 17, 2006 7:21 pm

Latest Manufactured Gun: CPS 1000 off eBay a year ago, I think.

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Latest Mod: CPS 21k (...95 balloons, CVF, re-inforcing... :O God, was that a failure, once I re-attach the PC, and replace the o-rings, it should be fine...)
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Post by DX » Wed May 17, 2006 7:24 pm

95? How many pumps can you get? Couldn't be more than like 8... :p

My latest additions are the two water launcher/cannons. Hopefully I can get a working drill to finish them in time for this weekend's possible war.
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Post by isoaker » Wed May 24, 2006 7:35 pm

Latest Acquisitions:

2006 WW Krypton
WW Chameleon
WW Crossfire

Sadly, presently too busy to do reviews on these at the moment. Maybe later next month.

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Post by Wild Boys » Tue May 30, 2006 11:30 am

My latest soaker acquisition was a 2006 (thank you) WW Krypton which came today.

I really like it, I actually prefer it to the Blazer, it feels much more powerful even though its system is air pressure based its a great idea, and making it have 5 pumps is no problem (not that I've used the one with 3 pumps).

I'm going to buy more of these soon.

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Post by LtDan64 » Fri Jun 02, 2006 11:52 am

Since my last post in this thread, I have acquired, in order:
WW Piranha, (don't ask which year yet.)
CPS 2500
and one called a Super Soaker Big Bottle Blaster.

I got the Piranha from a KB Toys 2-3 weeks ago, and the 2500 just a few days ago. I was bugging my friend in at work to bring it in for about a month, he didn't know as much about it as I did, but I was able to figure out that it was what I thought it was by asking a few more questions. It's a bit of a fixer-upper, he didn't tell me that it leaks like crazy (the power gauge could empty from full in less than a minute if I allowed it to.) and that the trigger is screwed up. Thankfully, you only need to jiggle it back into position for each shot for it to work right, and the leaking can be stopped (rather obviously, I would think) by twisting the nozzles off alignment. What this adds up to is that one would have to plan very carefully for each long burst (trigger makes tap shots no longer an option). In other words, not currently practical in a water fight. BUT, the power is there. I'll be making a thread for tips, help, and suggestions on fixing this thing in the Armory. Please help me out there if you can.
Let's not forget the BBB. :goofy: Got it at another Dollar General. The bottle isn't that big, but it does provide a decent amount of water. Small filling hole, but a nice tracked pump, which is important because this is a piston-power soaker. I'll write a good review on it soon enough, complete with stats and everything. Pretty sure I never saw this one listed in the armory.
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Post by dragonclass » Fri Jun 02, 2006 1:30 pm

Yea, I remember seeing one of those in a Louisianna(Lake Charles) Dollar General...too bad that's the only Soakers they had. Was decent looking though, hey isoaker you ever come across one of these? BTW, I'm the crazy one that did the BIN for the eBay NIB CPS1500. Seems to be alittle more powerful than my CPS2700...it's not German though. I'll measure output later. Also waiting for another eBay NIB, this time a German/Euro CPS1000(yellow box like my CPS2500).



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Post by Stencil » Fri Jun 02, 2006 1:46 pm

Yestaday i got a Xp310 ( now XPSed and nozzle drilled), Blastmaster 660, another FF (grill removed) and a Blazer.


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Post by Croc » Fri Jun 02, 2006 2:27 pm

I am about to get a CPS 3000 (from my cousin again), but right now, the latest addition to my armoury is the WW aqua pak or Hydra pak

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Post by Hannibal » Sun Jun 04, 2006 8:54 pm

Hello all. I've been really busy with school, and life. :goofy: But I've had the time to get quite a few new soakers, and have a lot of water fights.

I finally got a non-defective Max-D 3000, after only 3 returns. :( But it is a really nice soaker, and a Target exclusive this year. The range is incredible for the size! And it's so small!

I also got a CPS 1000 off eBay. I really happy with it. It has really good range, and agreat soakage. But the most amazing things about it are the size and weight. Is is tiny compared to some of the CPS cannons! But it is better than many. It was well worth what I paid for it.

I just won a lot of two CPS 1200's and an XP 150. My brother will be getting one of the 1200's, and I'll be getting the other one and the XP 150. I'm really looking forward to them, especially the XP 150, whoich sounds really good. Sting power and riot blast!

I'll proabably use the 1200 as a loaner. I'm always in shortage of those, especially small ones that still have power, which the 1200 is. :goofy:




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"Look! a CPS 2000 10th anniversary edition! I'll buy two, one to keep, and one to use!"
*Takes them home, opens one, fills it, and pumps it up.*

"snap!"

"Oops, I guess it had a Max-D trigger."

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Post by Croc » Mon Jun 05, 2006 5:46 pm

Which gun has the riot blast? the 1200 or the xp150? because on the review, there is only on 1.7x nozzle on the xp150, and the 1200 has a 4.7x, 1000 has 6.5x, so which has a riot blast?

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Post by mr. dude » Mon Jun 05, 2006 5:58 pm

Xp 150 does. The flash flood is (i believe) the only CPS gun with a riot blast.

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Post by urbanfighter7 » Mon Jun 05, 2006 6:50 pm

My newest gun is the 2006 Blazer if you don't count the 2100 I won on e bay that hasn't come yet. :)



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Post by Hannibal » Mon Jun 05, 2006 9:12 pm

mr. dude wrote:Xp 150 does. The flash flood is (i believe) the only CPS gun with a riot blast.

That's right. The XP 150 only has a 1.7x stream, which stings. But the nozzle screws off, and you can unload the entire PC in a second, in a huge blast larger than the Flash Flood. Check out the XP 150 review. ZOCCOZ's picture of the XP 150 riot blast is the coolest ever.

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EV Nova - Space action/RPG, for Windows and Mac!
http://www.ambrosiasw.com/games/evn/

"Look! a CPS 2000 10th anniversary edition! I'll buy two, one to keep, and one to use!"
*Takes them home, opens one, fills it, and pumps it up.*

"snap!"

"Oops, I guess it had a Max-D trigger."

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Post by General Matt » Thu Jun 08, 2006 3:15 pm

My latest soaker would be a Max D Secret Strike! It came in the mail finally about an hour ago!!:D
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Post by CX360 » Thu Jun 22, 2006 3:53 pm

My latest Soakers are the Max Infusion Overload and the Max Infusion Artic Shock Blaster.
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Post by General Matt » Sat Jun 24, 2006 11:45 pm

My latest soaker now would be a CPS 2100 new in box no less i also have aquired my 4th xp 310 too :cool:
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Post by Monsoon » Sun Jun 25, 2006 11:41 am

My lastest soakers are the Max Infusion Overload and a Vaporizer. I really like both of them. I'm looking at an XP 270 twin pack now. There was also a Max-D 6000 twin pack at a Fortinos near me, so I might get that one.



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Growing armory: XP 310 shotgun, XP 150, Max-D 5000 with a CVF and custom handle, stock Max-D 5000, CPS Splashzooka 65oz, CPS 2100 (missing the trigger during modding), SC 400, ST Helix, STE Triple Shot, Max Infusion Defender, Max Infusion Flash Flood, Vaporizer, Max Infusion Overload.

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