Warwick 904HE and 878SHE Spray Gun Review (Not Anymore!) The ATOM X is Much Better!

The Warwick 904he or 878 Spray Gun is not the gun anymore…You should check out the NEW ATOM X spray guns that we just reviewed! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NYI__D2Q8Q&list=PLHPk6gfc7Y9x7DXfNZkKidcJBeWxrsGfu They are a much better IMO. Shop ATOM X at: https://www.ZooLaa.com

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We have the Warwick 904he, 980h, 980he and the 878she mini. I got a call from the distributor in Cali to test out their guns. Then sent me a few to test.

I’ll be honest, I didn’t expect such a good spraying gun for the cost. I sprayed with and own some of the most high end spray guns such as the SATA and Iwata line of guns.

I have to say that I was Very IMPRESSED with these spray guns. I see no real spraying difference with the 980 VS the SATA RP. The 878 Mini and the MINI SATA Jet.

I liked them so much I asked the distributor if we can offer them at a special price for my YouTube and blog viewers and fans.

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Comments

Shut Yer Face Garage says:

I used to have a couple warwick guns way back, and they were great guns for the money. Good vid.

BOSS PAINTER - Learn Auto Body And Paint! says:

Yes Nickel Plated

DIY Apprentice says:

Hi, Tony. Will the 904he work with the Sata RPS? I haven’t been able to find any info regarding compatibility or locate an adapter. Thanks

BOSS PAINTER - Learn Auto Body And Paint! says:

1.8 – 2.0

sal lorio says:

my 878had bad treads on cap ,loose material knob not high quality like you say made in tawian complained to customer service no reply

Ramsey Customs - turbocobra says:

ok

BOSS PAINTER - Learn Auto Body And Paint! says:

I like to say Devil Biss.. it’s a term we use lol

BOSS PAINTER - Learn Auto Body And Paint! says:

hey guys, just looking after you! Warwick’s seem to have quality control issues and many are leaking. The ATOM X spray guns are a much superior spray gun, learn more here: Check out the NEW ATOM X spray guns that we just reviewed! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NYI__D2Q8Q&list=PLHPk6gfc7Y9x7DXfNZkKidcJBeWxrsGfu or https://www.zoolaa.com

Gilberto Calderon says:

What size nozzle on the 904 for clear

cxcMix says:

What nozzle id good for spraying primer?

Walkertongdee says:

Couldn’t find the gun on his site???

SwPiotrek says:

They shines very nice.

BOSS PAINTER - Learn Auto Body And Paint! says:

1.8 – 2.0

tomduncan1970 says:

They look like they spray out really nice. If I bought another paint gun….. It would be delivered along with divorce paperwork.. lol
Is that a 4:1 or 2:1 clear?

ron haywood says:

which gun do you think sprays best 904 or 980 and which tip do you spray your clear with

Goodfellas Inc. says:
CRXjenta says:

Sooo… why are the 904 gun cheaper than the 980? I was thinking of getting the 980HE, but I want tip sizes 1,2 and 1,3.  This option can’t be chosen in your shop with the 980-gun. Only 1.0… The 904 spray gun kit has all the tip sizes available.

BOSS PAINTER - Learn Auto Body And Paint! says:

They are great guns!

mam jash says:

thank you

Keith Sinclair says:

Hi Tony.

In due course I intend to purchase the Warwick mini spray gun from your business site for small touch up jobs.

But before I go down that road, would you please clear up the following issues relating to this matter.

Do I need to purchase a separate gun for putting down prima, colour or clear coats of pain – or will one spay gun do all jobs.

Please advise. 

Many thanks.

Keith

E: keith.sinclair.ukgb@gmail.com

Coolride17 says:

My mini with the 1.2 nozzle doesn’t spray that fine using single stage shopline paint, i have to hammer it on to get it to lay out flat. It sprayed the same with another gun I had, so I think it’s just the paint. i guess the single stage paint is just thicker to shoot.

anthony marasco says:

whats the minie 878she going for ?

Marshall Blessing says:

I am restoring an E30. I am going to paint it a glossy white color. I am planning on purchasing both the 904HE and 878SHE from your website. What is the best paint and clear for a good price and what 3 tip sizes should I get?? Thank you!

BOSS PAINTER - Learn Auto Body And Paint! says:

Already done that and sprayed a few complete cars. Gotta get to editing the footage soon…

TheBrabham59 says:

Hi, I paint high end cabinetry, mostly solvent based, I know its not a car,  but the finish has to be outstanding, I have a 2HP 20 gal tank, do you know which gun would best suit this?

BOSS PAINTER - Learn Auto Body And Paint! says:

2:1. We can send it via Hush-Mail no problem! lol

Walkertongdee says:

Does the 980HE Have different nozzles for Water based and Solvent based or do they use the same nozzle for both ? I will be spraying PVA mould release a water and alcohol based product but would like to use it for car painting stuff too. Also does this apply to the 904 as well?

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