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baradaz Tuesday, August 9th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
stock spyder board
Marker Setup: Spyder Electra
18" Knock Out barrel (soon to be empire twister)
breakbeam eyes
timmy eye covers
12v revvy (soon to be egg)
pmi hpa
25g t-switch
check-it sweet spot trigger
ccm clamp feed neck
shocktech lpc
Strengths: Fast
Easy to install
Cheap upgrade
Weaknesses: Eyes are a pain to install
Its hard to make adjustments
Review: The t-board is probably the best upgrade you can get for a spyder. The t-board almost makes a spyder high end. The only real problem that bugs me is adjusting the dwell and debounce and all that crap. I find it hard because you have to watch a little red bulb blink. It would be much easier if it were an LCD but the worlds not perfect. If you want your spyder to go fast than the default settings will give you the speed you want but if you want to go even faster then you can take the hassle of adjusting the board.This board is just an insane up for any low end electro. Only thing bad about it is that it really isn't NPPL legal because you can adjust it during play and because of the new rules about rate of fire it would break that rule too since there is a lot of bounce.
Conclusion: I would say that if you play speedball and you dont plan on playing in the NPPL with this board than this is just an awesome upgrade for your marker. I have slow fingers and I can ramp out about 15-16bps without too much trouble.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
qwertly18 Friday, December 9th, 2005 | 4:53 am PST
with a rocking trigger would you need two 50g switches

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