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digdug18 Friday, October 1st, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
SOB, 1.4.3, Frenzy
Marker Setup: Classic timmy blue-blue fade, Ans reg, FBM trigger, Entropy board v2.2, FBM Thorn Drop, ANS vert reg, CP on-off
Strengths: Speed, operation, Plug&Play, Upgradable
Weaknesses: None that I can find...
Review: Wow, what a deal of a board, i got mine directly from vaporworks website with the cable package for $100 plus 6 for shipping, Its really a deal. I installed the board, threw on a hopper of paint and was railing at 26bps. Its alot easier to use then ANY of the other stock boards, and you dont get thrown out of tourneys because of bouncing...the software is easy to use, the cable plugs into a printer port. Its got Semi, Turbo, Autoresponse, And Full-Auto. Ofcourse fullauto is only fun to use when I dont have paint in the gun, at 36bps. I mean I dont like cleaning my gun that often....The gun also works for those people without LCD displays, but I have one so I didn't try it.
Conclusion: Get it, any aftermarket board upgrade is worthwhile for the timmy, you can maximize your guns performance.
10 out of 10

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