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    Tomiboy
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    When ordering a new Wildcat is it better to buy some additional center sections for the factory moderator or just get a Sumo? 

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    hawkeye69
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    I put 3 sections on mine and it’s enough for my backyard use. A Huggett or a Sumo would be even more effective. They’ll cost you more, but the quality is heads above the FX.

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    Quoddy
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    Get the Sumo. I did my research before getting it, and it lives up to all the hype. Whisper quiet on my .22 Wildcat.

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    cahil_2
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    I have a huggett on mine and besides looking good,is very quiet, like just hearing the hammer mechanism.  

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    Matt247365
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    “Tomiboy”When ordering a new Wildcat is it better to buy some additional center sections for the factory moderator or just get a Sumo? 

    
What caliber Wildcat?

    Matt

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    cahil_2
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    25

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    dwilson050
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    I have a Mini Belita Hugget on my Wildcat .25 MKII. Like cahil_2 said, it’s great looking and very quiet. Seriously, the hammer mechanism makes more noise!  -Dave

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    Tomiboy
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    a Belita is enough!? That’s great! I didn’t think that would be enough

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    bigbobbybeef
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    22 wildcat SUMO unbelievable
     

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    dirtbikerick
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    The sumo’s work fantastic, the look great too.

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    Tomiboy
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    They DO look good and Donny has a new smaller LDC now, possibly to compete with the Belita

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    Centercut
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    Yes, look at the Tatsu from DonnyFL. It’s the shorty Sumo, and will reduce the overall length compared to the others mentioned. Also look at his KOI. Smaller diameter than the Tatsu or Sumo, but can be bought with the M20x1 threads so no adaptor necessary. 
    Dirtbikerick, is that stock ceracoated?  Looks good!  

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    Dairyboy
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    I don’t have a wildcat but Donny’s LDCs are top notch! Especially for the price there extremely hard to beat. And great customer service!

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    dirtbikerick
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    No it’s black, just came out a little green in the pic. I like the shade too.

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    RabbitDan
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    “Centercut”Yes, look at the Tatsu from DonnyFL. It’s the shorty Sumo, and will reduce the overall length compared to the others mentioned. Also look at his KOI. Smaller diameter than the Tatsu or Sumo, but can be bought with the M20x1 threads so no adaptor necessary. 
    Dirtbikerick, is that stock ceracoated?  Looks good!  

    
I’m just guessing because I don’t have my WC with me right now that because this is available with the M20X1 threads ( no adapter needed) that it is similar diameter as the wildcat shroud? Because the reason for wildcat adapters other than thread type is to get the moderator out beyond the end of the air cylinder. Can anyone confirm this? Diameter of Koi is 1.22 inches.
        Thanks
             Dan

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    Centercut
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    Yes, the KOI is 1.22 inches diameter and 7 inches long, 1/2 inch longer than Sumo. But since you don’t need an adaptor it saves that length. I haven’t done a test fit with KOI but recommend emailing Donny, he’ll know for sure. 

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    RabbitDan
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    @centercut  my question was, is the diameter of the koi (1.22) the same as the Wildcat shroud. Does it leave enough clearance for the air cylinder is what I’m concerned about
      Thanks Dan
     

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    RabbitDan
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    I guess I should have asked if anyone knows the diameter of the Wildcats shroud. Sorry for the confusion, I said a lot for a simple question

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