05 Shocker SFT vision Pewter,
PRedator 2 Board,
New designz Roller trigger,
New Designz high eff. Bolt & Can,
Smart parts Low rise clamping feed neck,
Crossfire HPA red 92/ 4500,
VL Evo 2 hopper W/ Z brd (back up),
Halo B w/ victory Board (new)
Customer service, and support.
13 Firing modes
Second eye ribbon cable connector on board pushes against battery flexing PCB board.
All I can say is this thing is great.
NO more guessing what my ROF is and trying to figure out if I'm shooting legal for tourney play. With this board I can set the ROF to what ever I want. Unlike the stock board where you have to play with multiple settings to get your ROF up or down.
Many more modes then the stock boards Ramping only at 6bps.
I now have 13 modes, with tourney lock out. So I can play any where with out worrying if they will allow my gun or not. ONe field I play at doesn't like for you to use ramping or shot over 15bps.
Great customer service from these guys also. My original board had a problem. Within 20 min's I had a tech on the phone explaining how to reset, and check the board.
Within a week I had a new board. Plenty of email communication and always friendly on the phone when ever I called them. Great customer service.
The firing modes are great, here are but a few I use allot.
1. semi (true semi only)
2. Soft ramping (ramps when set BPS on the trigger is met)
3. Hard ramping (ramps on set trigger pull)
4. break out mode (first trigger pull is full auto, then normal ramping mode setting apply).
MODE 13 OMFG is very funny and wild... Like there directions say don't be behind your own team if you use this mode. Basically 1 trigger pull equals full auto for 40 something balls, even after you let off the trigger.... hahahaha.. I tore up my bunker first time I tried to use it....
Great product, great customer support for the industry. I highly recommend it.
I would rate it a 9.9 since nothings perfect and the first one was bad, but I will use 10 here since they don't have 9.9.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, August 12th, 2005 at 10:55 am PST