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The Fastest Angel in the World is a Demon
Warped Sportz


 





The master customizers of the Angel are at it again! Warped Sportz is unleashingtheir customized version of the Angel Speed, the Speed Demon, later this week.

Speed Demons will be available in three colors, pewter dust, red dust, and black dust. Red and pewter will be exclusive colors for the Speed Demon. Speed Demons will also feature custom Dark Angel milling, and include a gripper, a volumizer (allowing the marker to shoot at an insanely low pressure), redesigned Dark logo backplate, and the legendary Warped Sportz Lifetime Labor Warranty.

The Speed Demon will carry an MSRP of $1,200.00

Prebooks are being accepted now, with the markers expected to ship out to customers early next week. Visit www.warpedsportz.com, call 888-235-9277, or call the Warped Sportz franchise in your area for more information, or to prebook the marker.







 


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