Nerve board (which is also good but not as good as the Dynasty Board)
Max Flo 68/45
Halo B w/ Victory Board
User Friendly, easy to adjust settings
Eliminates First Shot Drop Off
None really, except you use a little too much paint
This is THE BEST Board for the Shocker. It's fast and very user friendly. The settings are Debounce, Dwell, Loader Delay, AMB (anti mechanical bounce), ABS (Anti Bolt Stick which eliminates First Shot Drop Off), Fire Modes and Rate Of Fire (ROF). The colors (in order) are Green, Purple, Yellow, Blue, Red, White and Teal. I would set Debounce to 2-3 (the lower the number the higher), Dwell to 12-14, Loader Delay to 1 if you use a Halo, AMB to 3 and ABS on 5-6. The Rate Of Fire settings are Semi with an uncapped ROF, Semi with a capped ROF and Ramp Mode. I suggest Ramp Mode if you want to shoot VERY VERY FAST. Also, MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE NEWER MODEL BOARD WITH MUSASHI 3 SOFTWARE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This is an excellent board good for anybody. It is well worth the money and will seriously improve your game.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, April 7th, 2005 at 4:06 pm PST
no, i'm pretti sure the dynasty board doesn't come with eyes and you'll need to get them (i bought my gun with eyes so sorry thatz y i don't no) get the eyes first because it will be hard to rip with this board without eyes
first shot drop off (fsdo) is when you lube your bolt too much and the bolt becomes sticky, and every first shot you take drops out of the barrel. sumtimes it doesn't even come out of the barel depending on your velocity and dwell setting. when this happens, with the stock board, just increase your dwell about 3 chirps and it will be fine. the dynasty board has unique software where it increases your dwell every first shot so fsdo is eliminated. it is an excellent feature.
-The Rippin 12 year old, Rocco
Last edited on Tuesday, May 10th, 2005 at 5:25 am PST
u put tape around the old feedneck, lots of tape lol. and then u get a wrench and unscrew the old neck off. then put tape around the new one and screw it in. w/o tape u will scartch the feedneck. thats how i put mine in, and it has been fine but people put in feed necks many different ways.
You sand down your halo by getting a dremel with a sanding tip and sanding around the halo feedneck. you can also just get sandpaper and wrap it around the halo neck and cup it with your hand then move back and forth with ur hand so that the sandpaper sands down the neck.
no it wouldn't snap, how would it? a low-rise is just a feed neck that is a little bigger than the stock feedneck. o also make sure if u buy 1 its a clamping feedneck, so you won't have to sand hoppers you put on it.