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halodrainmaker Thursday, October 20th, 2005
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Marker Setup: 2005 Proto Matrix, Blue/Black Fade, Virtue Board, Dye Ultralite barrel, Freak Barrel, New Designz rail on/off, STD LPR.

2005 Proto Matrix, Blue, Musashi 5 board, Dye Ultralite, Freak Barrel, CP Unimount.
Strengths: Consistent
Easy to Install
Dramatic Improvement in Marker Performance
Weaknesses: None yet
Review: I was very skeptical about a 'wonder' product such as this, but after installation and playing with the tuning a bit, the improvement was astounding. It really does make the marker a plus/minus 4 at the chrony. With poor paint, I was getting within 5 fps. With good paint, much better, typically within 2 or 3 fps. Again, amazing stuff...

I had not noticed shoot-down at higher ROF before, but when comparing to my backup proto which does NOT have the LPR, it became apparent that the STD LPR increaces performance there too.

The marker does get quieter. I could not believe it, but the marker actually became noticably quieter than before. For those who have just converted to the Matrix line of markers, you know the drop in sound level. This does even moreso. Again, very amazing performance.
Conclusion: For the money, for the performance, or for the ability to further tweak marker performance, this product delivers. If I had to pick a 'must have' modification, This would be it.

Initial setup, you drop it in, shoot it. If you want to tune, you can. Don't have to, but if you wish, it can be done.
10 out of 10

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