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APACHEGOD Monday, October 24th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Ramping chip
Marker Setup: Every gun you can think of
and some guns you have never heard of.
Wrath w/ t-board, ultra chip
Spyder w/ t-oard, ramping chip
Strengths: Lots of modes also everything is adjustable.
Weaknesses: This section is just not necessary with this product.
Review: First off when I threw the t-board the wrath I thought to myself that there is no other thingelse to do to this gun. When I did have some extra money I thought why not just throw a ultra chip in here. When I did I was blown away by this thing. After you get the hang of the programming this thing is really easy to get along with. After playing with it for a whole day I was really impressed. All of the modes even though may not be leagal at some fields are fun and also give you a good idea of what it lis like to play in one of these leagues.
Conclusion: This board is not necissary but man is it awsome. I think it is well priced and for what it does well worth the money. I give it a 10 because it is a drop and play upgrade and Damon at scenario dreams makes a quality product.
10 out of 10

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