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wickedimpygod05 Sunday, September 4th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
cricket board (old and new), sp vision, not fair for the equalizer to be compared to these boards
Marker Setup: '05 black impulse, w.a.s board, Halo B w/ victory board, aci 70ci 4500 adjustable, empire barrel kit, new desingz internals and lpr kit, contract killa' shizzle grips
Strengths: Fast, very few chops, adjustability, see review
Weaknesses: Installation, warranty void, see review
Review: First off let me say that i dont hate smartparts, there a good company and back many respectable players and teams. Unfortunatly for smartparts though wicked air sportz has ultimetily outdone them.

The equalizer board steps up the level of the impulse while keeping the cost relativly cheap. I'll admit that though it may sound like a gimmick, it is the real deal! read on for more info:

When i first got the board i was psyched because i had to skip a couple of days at the field so i could have enough money for paint. Let me say it was absolutly worth it! I got it and found that the file you need is not a 3/16, or at least it didnt work for me. so after a detour to the hardware shop and dropping a mere 3 dollars on a file i was well on my way to what i consider heaven on earth. I got to the field and filed down the nub, then sharpied it in like they say to do. I then proceded to install the board which fit perfectly into the tray, then threaded the eyes through and screwed it in. I placed the eyecover over the eye and screwed iit in place.

So that was the major weakness, i know its not one but that was the only downside i have expirenced.

I procede to the chrono and adjusted my settings, they are as follows: dwell 9.2, debounce stock, eye mode 2 (requires reflective bolt), bip delay stock, rof cap n/a, eye sensitivity 5, and firing mode psp 3 shot ramping. (field legal)

I then put paint into the gun and fired a string of 20, adjusted my trigger and walked it as fast as possibe. Now with psp i know you can shoot as fast as your hopper will feed and mines sat a 32 but lest be honest its only bout 20 or 25 tops. DOnt get me wrong its still mad fast.

After a full day of playing and ONE chop (thanks to a crappy ball detent) I was very impressed by the overall preformance. I only have one more weakness of this board, and that is its hard to keep the paint tab when having so much speed at your fingertips...but ill get used to it, and i think you will too :)
Conclusion: I think that the product is a steal at the price. I would buy it over again anyday, espicaly over the vision board from sp. Definatly consider if not purchase this.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
Snowman282 Tuesday, January 24th, 2006 | 1:03 pm PST
whats up with the " warrenty void"?

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