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Old April 19th, 2011, 09:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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ASA for Empire Trracer

Hi. I am going to get an Empire Trracer, but I want to get a remote coil for it, because I don't like haveing the HPA tank attached to the marker itself. But I have read that I am going to need an ASA. Is this true?

I do not know much about ASA, as I am quite new to paintball. I am wondering if this one will work? Paintball - Cheap Paintball Guns, Gear and Paintball Equipment

What about this? Ninja Male ASA Reducer - Black If there are any differences, what are they? Or am I completely lost on what I need altogether?

All help and posts are welcomed and appreciated. Thanks!
(PS): How is this remote coil? Amazon.com: PMI Pure Energy Coiled Remote: Sports & Outdoors Would it work correctly with a Trracer? Are there better and cheaper coils out there that have the same performance?

Thanks again!
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Old April 19th, 2011, 09:29 AM   #2 (permalink)
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No. A remote line doesn't need an ASA at all. All you have to do is hook the line up and it's good to go. An ASA just sets the tank out of the way but the tank itself is still attached to the marker. Good luck, hope this helps! Send pics!
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Old April 19th, 2011, 09:49 AM   #3 (permalink)
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wow wow wow, first off, the Traccer already has an ASA.. You will just need to screw your remote line into it. Almost all remote lines simply thread into standard ASAs.

What you are looking at buying is a quick release for your remote line. This will allow you to unhook your remote with out unscrewing it. Its pretty much not needed.

Badseed, a remote line needs an ASA. You hook the remoteline into the ASA, without one, you can't put any tank on your marker. You're confusing the ASA (which is the actual part your tanks threads into) with a dropforward or some spacer that moves the location of the ASA.
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wow wow wow, first off, the Traccer already has an ASA.. You will just need to screw your remote line into it. Almost all remote lines simply thread into standard ASAs.

What you are looking at buying is a quick release for your remote line. This will allow you to unhook your remote with out unscrewing it. Its pretty much not needed.

Badseed, a remote line needs an ASA. You hook the remoteline into the ASA, without one, you can't put any tank on your marker. You're confusing the ASA (which is the actual part your tanks threads into) with a dropforward or some spacer that moves the location of the ASA.
Lol. Oops. Damn my bad memory. Nice catch dude.
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