'02 Shocktech Bushy, 14" Boomstick, ANS Gen X-3 HPR, CP Flame Drop w/ on/off, Crossfire 70/45 low, Evy w/ Z-board, Vaporworks Chaos Chip, ST '04 Supafly Bolt
Hopper (Evy or HALO, preference)
GET A CHAOS CHIP/BOARD
Speed and Accuarcy out of box, but even better w/ upgrades
HPR and LPR can get out of whack
Make sure loctite on the trigger!
When I first got my bushy, I bought it off of some guy who had barely used it, but wanted to sell it. I heard things about it, so I snagged it for cheap. Turns out, he had the LPR overcharged and the ANS reg was missed it's cup seal. I quickly fixed it up and didnt know what to do after that. I put some air in it and started shooting. I had never used a gun that you could walk, so I started practicing. The old Bushy's have an odd rythem you had to hit to get it to walk well on the 8200 boards. I went out and got myself a chaos chip and all I can say is damn! The new chaos goes up to 20 bps w/o PDS and unlimited with it. I've kept my evy on it cause I think that HALO's are too heavy and kill the profile on a bushy. My evy stays laid back and really helps to balance the marker with the boomstick. I only keep the chaos at around 16 bps, and almost never skip. The low-pressure operation is amazing with an aftermarket bolt, and I havent chopped a ball in 4 1/2 cases. I think that choice of barrels for bushies are personal preference, as they all work very well. I only use the boomstick because of the weight it puts in the front of the marker.
If you can just buy a new bushy and slap a variety of aftermarket stuff for under $1000 and manage to keep up with everyone else on the field, I think that ICD's accomplished something...