cp 1 piece
eggy 2 with z
supa fly bolt
dh ti hammer
72ci 3k hpa
50 gram switch
dye gen 3's
tboard w/ break beam eyes
raised alluminum sight rail
black back plug
spring kit.....runs at 230psi 275fps
-Board is Easy to install
-It is 70 bucks
-Doesn't come with upgraded chip, YET
This is by far one of my favorite ups for my spyder, and it will be one of my last (im running out of stuff to do). This Board has many strengths but it still has its downfalls.
-The Board itself is easy to install, pop out two screws, and place this bad boy in and screw the screws back in. I actually had a little trouble installing mine, but thats because i have an abnormally short amount of wire going to my micro switch, but i was able to re rout wires, and the problem was fixed within 30 seconds.
-The speed of this board is amazing, with the stock board i would get absences of firing, and i checked it on the computer using a sound program and found it was stopping after 13 pulls per second, i figured i was capping it so i decided to get a new board. when i installed it i turned off the debounce to test my hypothesis, and i was right i picked up 3-4 bps with this upgrade. But with debounce 2 i was able to get bursts of 18. which is smokin!
-The eyes Are of decent quality, and seem to work great, i put a 1000 rnds of paint through this thing as fast as i could with eyes on and i was able paint a barrel bright pink in an instant, not one break or pinch. I put a hopper full through it and i pinched 3 balls. This showed that the eyes are working, and well. The break beam eyes arnt effected by black paint (which i tested it with) but Sun light will read havoc with them, make sure you have your eye covers and barrel on it!
-The settings on this board are great, i had to adjust my dwell, but other than that all the defaults were fine. The its nice that you can adjust the debounce, and the eye alignment tool saved me about 15 minutes, it was a great help.
-Debounce is always nice because it allows you tyo get a higher rof then you can physically pull, but, it isn't tourney legal to have it up to high, but its fun to play with.
-Some of you may think 70 bucks is a bit steep, but for what you get it is a serious improvement over the stock board, and it is almost a requirement if you wanna play any real tourney ball with your spyder. Plus, you will need some type of FAST hopper, Hpa, a good reg, and preferably eye covers. This stuff will add up to alot, so you might as well start savin kiddies!
-Mine Didn't have an upgraded chip, the new one has more settings, its go adjustable rof, no cap, and it has full auto burst ect. none of which is tourney legal (the firing modes that is) but its cool to scare noobs ar your field with! lol
-Doesn't come with the eye covers like the xsf kit but you can buy the xsf covers separately and do it that wayt (the easy and un attractive way that is). I recommend getting a set of timmy covers and dentents and drilling and tapping your body and doing it that way, or getting a xsf cover milled (like im planning on doing).
-The battery life wasn't to bad, i had a 75% full batt and put 3000 rounds through it without a sign of a problem with low batt.
-Eye install wasn't the monster i thought it would be, it took my afternoon to complete, which included my electro tape eye covers lol. YOU need a good drill press, new sharp bit, and patience, measure 4 times drill once. I can provide more info if you pm me. IT wasn't to hard, drill once on each side don't just go straight through (like i did) it will walk if you don't do it right, but im what i call a professional, that and i drilled the holes multiple of times on another body to make sure i could do it. Make sure they are center with the feed neck, and just south of the dentent cover, and you should be fine.
-I put 3000 rounds and countless trigger pulls through this thing, and it is definatly fast, and definatly worth a look at if you want a faster spyder!
This is a good Upgrade for a intermediate to advanced spyder user, its worth having if you want to play tourneys with your spyder, but you need so many other ups to make total use of this board. a 50 or less switch is a must though. It tied many of my upgrades together into one tight fast shooting and less pinch/ chopping marker.
If you have Hpa, or a Palmer's, and a high flowing set up, with a nice trigger set up, you can pull like a maddman with this thing.
Also, if your just messing around with friends you can make your switch reactive (one shot on pull, one on release) needless to say, that will throw some paint your opponents way!
Ok first of all spyders unless u do a timmy or cocker conversion u will never be able to get ur spyder to shot faster then 20 bps simply because of the mechanics. Both of thoses conversions will cost you around 400 minus the trigger frame which u will need to buy ($100-$400).
Pilot to shot 20 bps u will first need n2 ($100-$400) , second a spring kit ($6), Third u will need eather the t-board or xsf board ($60-$150), Fourth u will need a 50gramm switch ($20), fifth a check it products Sweet Spot Trigger ($20), Last u will need to install all of these products and learn how to walk the trigger. Enjoy
Ummm no not realy
Depens on which eyes u get, break beam eyes or bounce beam. Bouce u dont have to drill at all. break beam u have to drill a hole on the other side of your marker so tat they can see each other.
hey spyder freek im looking into a t- board. could you possibly email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the stuff i need to buy (t-board, eyes,etc) and maybe a little help on installation and setup like the settings and eyes install. i would seriously appreciate it. if i get bounce its still as good as break right but with less install time and i own an imagine
Last edited on Wednesday, April 27th, 2005 at 7:24 am PST
"Eyes" are infrared LEDs. When the paintball falls into the chamber, it breaks the beam of infrared light which sends a signal back to the board that the gun is ready to fire. Eyes prevent the bolt from cycling too soon and chopping the paintball.
quote:Originally posted by spyder freek http://froogle.google.com/froogle?q=intimidator+eye+covers&a mp;a mp;cat=1238&scoring=p
ya bradys is a good company, i buy from there often. there timmy eye covers seem to be out of stock though lately
Hard.....Very hard.....BRadys paintball i recomend i hear they are good....also pbgear and 888paintball if they have any. They require intimidator dentents and holes drilled in your body if you didnt allready know.