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Orracle21 Thursday, April 14th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months7 of 7 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
E2, E1, Advantage PB Virtue Board for DM5, Tadao
Marker Setup: 2005 E2'd WGP Titanium Karnivor
Empire Reloader B Sound Activated Loader System (Black)
Karnivor Kaner 2 piece barrel .689
WGP Karnivor All Delrin
Circle Pnuematics Cover (Black)
4500 psi 68ci Crossfire Tank
Dye Rhino Cover

2004 WGP Black Autococker Orracle
Karnivor Kaner 2 piece barrel .689
E-Blade 2 w/ new E2 reflective eye (Chrome)
Nexus Kit Ram (Chrome)
Eclipse QEV's (Chrome)
Tickler (Chrome)
Eclipse Supercharger Valve
Eclipse Rex Dialer Kit
KAPP Aluminum Pump Rod (Black)
WGP Ball Detent (Black)
Circle Pnuematics Cover (Black)
Check it All Delrin Bolt (White)
Check it Adjustable feedneck (Black)
Empire Reloader B Sound Activated Loader System w/Circle Hopper Cover (Clear)
Check it Speedy Drop w/ on/off (Chrome)
4500 psi 68ci Pure Energy Tank
Dye Rhino Tank Cover

2004 Blue WGP Prostock
Orracle front block (Chrome)
Circle Pnuematics Cover (Black)
Eclipse Supercharger Valve
Dye Ultralite 2 piece Barrel .688 (Chrome/Blue)
Check it Speedy Drop w/ on/off (Chrome)
WGP All Delrin Bolt (Black)
Dye Sticky Grip (Blue)
Viewloader Revvy w/ x-board and Circle Hopper Cover (Black)
4500 psi 68ci Crossfire Tank
Dye Rhino Cover

Coming soon: MQ Valves when it comes out and the new E2 flash programing when that comes out
Strengths: Options
New Eye
TT Filters
Battery Efficient
Future Ramping/Graphics Programmable
Weaknesses: Must send in your E1 Board to PE to activate warranty just a hassle
Review: This upgrade is a definite must for an E1 owner. It gives you a better lit screen which is good for me b/c I have chrome tinted lenses so the LED was harder to see except when I turned up the DIM but that drained the battery. The TT filters do a great job taking care of bounce butre easy to adjust if you want bounce. The training is a great way to practice and conserve air and keep the noise down. The board is a little better on batteries then the E1 Board. It comes with the new E2 reflective eye and is break beam compatible. The board also allows for the same future programming as the E2 for such things as the upcoming PSP capped 15bps ramping etc... as well as new graphics. Bottom line its cheap it performs its worth it.

The performance was noticable only because the settings can be adjusted better and I could notice that the board responded faster nd was more efficient which had been perceived to me to relay a faster bps on the marker.

For everyone saying the E2 is better yes it is better b/c of this reason it's a complete trigger frame with samurai trigger, an enclosed solenoid, and new E2 reflective eye for $400

The zero B Board is just a E2 board with the new E2 reflective eye for $150 see the difference in price justifies what your getting. The Zero B board is definitely worth it. You get a quality product from a quality company.

All of you who love your E1 trigger and frame get the Zero B to bring your settings and game to another level.
Conclusion: Go get this board, it is the exact same board as the E2 with the exact same options. Great upgrade for the E1. Buy it
10 out of 10

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