They didn't really replace it with anything. Getting rid of the clutch allowed them to lower the entire tray thus saving room and being able to make the shells that much smaller while keeping the capacity just above that of the Rotor (not a fan of the stock capacity...they REALLY need to release the Z2 high capacity front). Because the tray is larger, and can spin slower, it puts less torque on the paintballs. Also, each ball sets in it's own little "pocket" on the wheel, also helping to reduce the possibility of a jam. So in all likelihood, there's no longer a need for the magnetic clutch. I haven't used it enough to say for sure since I haven't played since I got my v2 shells for it. And when I used it with the stock shells I literally used it for 2 games, threw it in my car, and put the Prophecy V1 on my marker.for what its worth i have never had the rotor jam on me and i have used some very small paints (last time out i did not have a freak insert quite small enough and i have the full kit)
between v1 and z2 on the proph, they took out the magnetic clutch but nobody knows what they replaced it with. other than that and the shell i dont know that anything changed.
Ugh, the first couple times, I sooooooo did too. Now it's no big deal, I can tear it apart and put it back together without issue. But yeah, the first few times, it is horrible.the prophecy takes quite a wile to figure out how to re-assemble. i always felt like I was going to break mine
speaking of which, how hard is the shell change? if difficult at all?Fast, great tray design makes it NEARLY as jam free as a Pinokio. Much smaller capacity than the Prophecy v1/v2. If you put Prophecy v2 280 shells on it though (like mine), it'll hold over 300 due to the smaller size of the internals. Easier to clean internally than the v1/v2, but nowhere near as simple as the Rotor. EXPENSIVE.
then get shot in the hicap. it changes your profile more than you know it. i repeatedly shoot a buddy of mine in his hicapI've had a few problems with jams over the two years that I've had my rotor, but as far as capacity goes, if you have a problem, get the high cap lid...