Join the battle today and dominate the opposition. Upgrade your custom build with the power and reliability of the V12 Airsoft HPA Engine, with easy drop-in installation and convenient programming interface via the trigger LED set up and quick change nozzle design you will be able to adapt to any field and mission.HPA system not included
Easiest drop-in installation in the industry
V12 Black .100 Nozzle installed
Program lock-out mode allows player to cap rounds per second and fire modes to discourage cheating and comply with various rule sets and field limits
Trigger LED UI programming
Compatible with aftermarket poppets and shim kits
Quick change nozzle design with additional nozzles sold separately
Compatibility: For use with any Tokyo Marui, G&P, Matrix and other compatible M4 / M16 series Airsoft AEG rifles
PSI Operating Range: 90-120 PSI (Do NOT exceed 120 PSI, otherwise you may damage the internals)
Power Type: High Pressure Air Tank (Tank and Regulator System not included)
Package Includes: Pre-Assembled V12 Engine, QD male hose connector
Battery: 7.4v-9.6v NiMH or Lipo (sold separately, wired with red mini-JST plug)
Required Equipment: M4/M16 or other Ver. 2 AEG Rifle (the V12 replaces the original gearbox) HPA Tank Stabilizer/Regulator Remote Line Small Battery (7.4v-9.6v recommended. Can be LiPo or NiMH) *The above items are not included, but are available here at Evike.com
Disclaimer on High Pressure Air (HPA) Systems: HPA Tanks are a safe and effective source of power though there are some precautions you must follow. Please follow these proper precautions when using HPA systems:
NEVER put oil in the fill valve of the tank, or else the tank can combust on refill and serious injury can occur. Lubrication is not necessary in HPA systems.
ONLY allow properly trained professionals to fill your HPA tank.
ALWAYS double check your Regulator pressure. Never raise the regulated pressure above 120 PSI
Make sure to have your tank Hydro-Tested when necessary. (Usually 3-5 years from date marked on tank, depending on make and model)
Be sure to properly transport your HPA tank. Store in a safe, secured place when in a vehicle, and be sure to stow in a bag or tank cover when in use. Avoid dropping the tank on hard surfaces as this can seriously damage the tank and lead to failure.
Always turn off the tank and bleed the air line when you are done. This will ensure a longer tank and system lifespan.