You will need a force fed hopper
Back in the day halos were used for things like this
An old member on here @Funky Diver built a backpack hopper, the ‘feedruck’ using (If I remember correctly) the insides of a Halo
(This wasn’t the commercial backpack hopper - funky was ahead of that by many years)
You need sufficient pressure on the force feed to push the paint along your route, but not so much that it crushes the paint that’s lined up
So just the shell and tray. I may or may not have a Halo hopper, can't remember since I play magfed or Qloader since 2011. Will have to search the mancave. All I need is info on how to, I don't want this to end up a wtb post since I'm not yet allowed to. Will let you know asap.
i'm looking to mount a Halo loader to the side of a TAC 1 body and mod it to feed like a warp (lighter) http://www.pbnation.com/showthread.php?t=3828390&highlight= what halo loader do i need? rip drive, V35, empire B2, ect... is there a difference in the shell plastic? i don't want it to...
Tac-One £SOLD Halo warp mod kit:- Kit consists of Warp left ULE body Modified halo loader with Halo/Magna sound/RF board PTP mounting bracket RT length rail with sear that has been machined for weight reduction & warp body cut-out by Renie std rail to accept warp ule body Omega grip...
With regard to the ribbed hose that’s normally used, back when I was using my Qloaders I did go through a few configurations and the ‘proper’ hose could stick if the turns were too tight and I found a good pond pump hose. Like a hose pipe, but could be turned fairly tightly without kinking or jamming the balls along the way