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    The fact is that there is no need for actual...

    The fact is that there is no need for actual pressure to be on that ball stack. Once the ball is in the breech, the hopper has accomplished it's mission and can relax. You only need to maintain...
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    Crushed paint with old halos was the worst.

    Crushed paint with old halos was the worst.
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    The Rotor puts tension on the balls and stops...

    The Rotor puts tension on the balls and stops when a certain level is reached.

    I assumed the Z2 did something similar, but I'm not sure. Lets not get into the discussion of "true" force feeding....
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    Hey Lurker I don't think I understand what you...

    Hey Lurker I don't think I understand what you mean...what part do you want to be spring loaded?

    Prophecy has the whole drive cone with a spring that winds up with tension which is held on the...
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    Yeah. For me they both work equally well so there...

    Yeah. For me they both work equally well so there is no reason to have the heavier and lower capacity magno clutch (besides that I like it). Possibly it would come in handy with ultra brittle paint...
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    For Simon: Z2 vs Prophecy basic design

    Hey. I've been a big fan of the prophecy ever since it came out, and more recently the Z2 as well.

    Having worked on both projects, do you feel that the software changes in the Z2 make up for its...
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