An extract on #etek
Starting with the EGO 05 the internals ran at 95psi LPR (Low Pressure Regulator) and 180 on the HPR
EGO 05 (Planet Eclipse's first marker, released in 2004 for the 2005 model year)
EGO 06 (2006)
EGO 7 (2007)
EGO 8 (2008)
EGO 9 (2009)
EGO Ten (2010)
EGO 11 (2011)
EGO S (2012)
EGO LV1 (2013)
EGO LV1.1 (2015)
ETek2: Announced in November 2007 and available soon thereafter, the ETek2 is the second generation ETek. Improvements over the original ETek include a lighter weight, new circuit board, redesigned trigger frame, new on/off air system, new inline regulator, new low pressure regulator, and standard 2-piece Shaft barrel. Some have commented that these upgrades make the ETek2 effectively an SL66.
ETek4 AM (2012)
ETek4 LT (2012)
Etha: Much debate surrounds the Etha due to its operating mechanism being a hybrid of both a poppet and a spool valve. The Etha uses a poppet to open the valve which allows air to flow out of the spool valve dump chamber. Despite the similarities in appearance, it has very little in common with the Geo. Do not put the Geo and the Etha together because they are nothing in common shot wise. The Etha is the cheapest gun to be ever made by Planet Eclipse.
There is some syntactically and phonologically triggered variation in the form of numerals. There are, for example, masculine and feminine forms of the numbers "two" (dew and diw), "three" (tri and teyr) and "four" (peswar and peder), which must agree with the grammatical gender of the objects being counted. Numerals change as expected according to normal rules of consonant mutation; some also trigger mutation in some following words.
The singular form of the noun is used with numbers, but for larger numbers an alternative form is permitted, where a (partitive, "of") with the plural noun follows the number. Except where using this plural form, the noun is placed before any parts of the number that are added using warn ("on") or ha ("and") in the number system.
Nouns are also mutated following many numbers. Unn triggers the soft mutation of feminine nouns, but not masculine nouns. It also causes the word dydh "day" to become unn jydh "one day". Dew and diw both trigger the soft mutation. Tri and teyr trigger the aspirate mutation. The part of the number immediately preceding the noun will determine any mutation of the noun. In the plural form with a, the soft mutation is used as is normal after a.
The following example with kath "cat" illustrates several of these points:
Teyr hath warn ugens
Twenty-three cats (literally "Three cat on twenty")
Etek kath ha tri-ugens
Seventy-eight cats (literally "Eighteen cat and three-twenty")
Tri hans eth mil ha dew-ugens, hwegh kans naw kath ha tri-ugens or
Tri hans eth mil ha dew-ugens, hwegh kans naw ha tri-ugens a gathes
Three hundred and forty eight thousand, six hundred and sixty nine cats (348,669)
Milvil gath or
Milvil a gathes
A million cats