As you can imagine, it would be difficult for us to review the Smooth Creations Reaper TweakTown Edition without getting into the shadows of unethical behavior. Other sites will be reviewing the product in the coming weeks and we will allow them to give you their unbiased opinion. We are going to use the Smooth Creations Reaper TweakTown Edition as our base system in which to compare all others to performance wise in our full system reviews. This includes our upcoming five way system round up later this month!
As it sits, the Smooth Creations Reaper sits high on the bang for the buck enthusiast and comes in a limited edition livery that in my opinion is some of Smooth Creations best work to date. At 2600 USD you can't buy the components themselves and build a system like it for the money and that is not even including the limited edition paint work.
You can get your TweakTown Edition Reaper today at Smooth Creations' website. Only 50 will be built, I have mine here and was told that four others have already been sold before this article even hit the site, so that leaves 45 units left. Get yours today.
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- Page 2 [Specifications, Availability and Pricing]
- Page 3 [The Smooth Creation Reaper TweakTown Edition]
- Page 4 [A Deeper Look]
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