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World Cup 2003

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PSP World Cup 2003
Trade Show Photo Gallery Page 10
by Bill Mills



 
 
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Shocktech logo drop forward
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Shocktech Impulse
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Shocktech Intimidator
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Shocktech Autococker
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Shocktech twist lock bolts for Spyder
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The largest booth at the trade show - large by itself than the World Cup trade show was in its early years - DYE
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Crowds in the DYE tent
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DYE's expanding casual wear line - including blue jeans
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and shorts...
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DYE's new brand - Proto
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Proto gloves
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Proto - Switch goggle system
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DYE Autococker
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DYE Matrix - LCD model with DYE regulators
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DYE ATC - All Terrain Cleat
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DYE Invision Goggles
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Billy Wing of the SC Ironmen with the DM4 Matrix
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The DM4 bolt assembly is smaller than the LCD/LED Matrix bolt and removes in just 1.5 turns of a hex wrench (all tools are included with the DM4)
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The DM4 bolt disassembles easily into 4 major components, unlike the LCD Matrix's 8
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Integrated on/off valve.  Above it is the air chamber sending gas to the back of the paintgun
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The LPR lies in the rear, and aove it the path to send low pressure gas to the solenoid valve and then the bolt
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In addition to new lines, integrated anti-chop eye, and lighter weight, the solenoid valve mounts without a manifold, reducing possible leak points
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The LPR removes easily after taking off its rear cap, and removing its lock screw from under the frame
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Simple, waterproof membrane buttons for power and eye activation - timing values are set with internal dip switches


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