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1337Noodles Sunday, July 17th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
1 year2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Frenzy board, tadao, tater, and Advantage PB Speedy Chip.
Marker Setup: Dye Matrix 2005
Halo B w/Rip Drive and Victory Board
Pure Energy 68/4500
Stock Dye Ultralite
Critical Paintball Raze Trigger
Wicked Air Sports Chip
Dye 05 C5 Barrel Sock
Dye 05 C5 Rhino Cover
All parts where applicable are in blue to match my marker.
Strengths: Speed, features, ease of installation.
Weaknesses: You without it....
Review: The whole concept behind the upgrade is better software to manage your marker. With diagnostic tools, and the multitude of options to run, this surpasses Dye’s stock software. The first option I fell in love with was no need to flip a dipswitch to go to the programming. Just hold the trigger when you boot up the marker and viola, LED menus. The second feature I like is the scanning for trigger pulls. The stock software activates the solenoid when the trigger is pulled. The same concept applies but, the gun is no longer waiting for you, its scanning for you. Ten thousand times a second is searches for a trigger pull. The speed it adds to your game is well worth it. I loved the fact that with a simple chip upgrade. I get what people pay air smiths and stores for extra parts to speed up their gun in a tiny chip. No board to buy, just a chip. Speed is what you need. Plus, it’s W.A.S.!!!! What more do you want!!!! Just incase you are wondering, hell yeah they got the best customer support ever. These are the features you can adjust. Now with support for NPPL, PSP, and NXL firing modes!


Dwell programming mode.
Debounce™ programming mode.
Eye Mode programming mode.
Ball In Place (BIP) Delay™ programming mode.
Rate of Fire (ROF) cap programming mode.
Eye Sensitivity programming mode.
Firing Mode programming mode.
Conclusion: Buy it, all killer no filler. If Jesus wanted to play paintball, he would shoot a W.A.S. powered marker.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, May 20th, 2006 at 4:39 pm PST
 

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