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Banzai Splash Eclipse Autococker with Benji

A couple weeks back Benji and I changed the power steering fluid in his super van. We then decided to record 10 or 12 videos on some of his unique paintguns.

The first of these is an awesome 4K video of Benji’s Banzai Splash Eclipse Autococker. I believe he just sold this but I’m so excited that we were able to get a video before he did.

Sure it’s drilled, and that will automatically turn many Autococker enthusiasts off, and sure it’s seen some use, but the Splash anodizing color scheme and the body are both fantastic looking by themselves, so when you combine them it’s sure to make anyone drool.
I hope the new owner keeps shooting it! Disclaimer, so as to not disappoint, we do not shoot it in this video.

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