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Trigga Nometry Tuesday, January 17th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Stock WDP LED and LCD type boards. The Angel Force FBS Tadao board offers more features such as custom programmability and the feel of a microswitch over the WDP stop Opto switch.
Marker Setup: WDP Angel G7 Fly
Angel Force MT High Flow Valve
Hybrid Technologies Grind 2 (ASA) and Blunt Rail
Red Mamba St!ffi Sw!tch BarrelKit
SM-1 Orbium-3 Barrel Kit
Angel Force FBS Tadao Board
70/4500 Crossfire LP HPA Tank
Halo B w/ MT Intellifeed and Delrin Drive Cone
Strengths: Legal/Fun modes
Intellifeed ability
Easy to program/install
Great instructions
Weaknesses: Can't use the WDP LCD screen (but still easy to use and program).
Review: Other than not being able to really use the IR feature with my Palm Pilot, I love the G7 to death. Not one complaint whatsoever. The G7 is a killing machine.

I remember reading the posts before about other boards in Angels and how the MT's basically said that the Angel board was the best and all the other boards were sub par. I was on board with it and vowed I'd NEVER change my Angel board with a sub par board! I mean come on - WDP 4 Life!

Then I read here on AOG that the MT's are now working with Tadao on a new board for our Angels. I immediately get suspicious because I'm thinking "Hey, you said the WDP board is the best." Right away, I fly off the handle thinking how dare they and I turn all self-righteous and reject the idea (yeah, I got issues).

Then I started to research into the other boards that are out there and I started to come around. I thought to myself, what the heck do I care about having modes and why am I against it? They would be cool to have to play around with. I always like turbo mode on my Tippmann A-5's E-Grip (shot on pull and release). It was a blast.

Then I read all the heated debate right here on AOG about the MT's endorsing the Tadao.

Heck when I posted my concerns about the whole MT, WDP or Tadao concern and changing the board someone even posted "Hey - EVOLVE OR DIE". I was like whoah, I've said that before.

This here was exactly what I was thinking but didn't have the balls to post:

Originally Posted by KEN CRANE
"why not just come out and ask hey you said you wouldnt ever support an aftermarket product why are you now? ill provide the answer here now. if wdp didnt want us or said it was not in the best intrest of the company we wouldnt be doing it. the second response is the consumer has driven this decision, we have recieved a §§§§ load of requests for this type of upgrade so why not give the customers what their asking for with the best quality possiable with our total involvement?"

That was my turning point and it sucks to have to admit that you've changed your mind. Almost like I am showing a sign of weakness or even being hypocritical, like I said - I got issues . But I am old enough know to learn from my mistakes and come around on my own time.

I made the trip to Ken’s last night to get the MT Angel Force Tadao Board installed in my G7. I still cannot believe that I have it in there.

Ken actually handed me the board and said “No, you install it.” I got to sit down at the infamous Performance work bench (kinda smelled like thog94 had been there, ) and swapped out my G7’s stock board with the MT Angel Force Tadao Board.

Needless to say, it is a very easy installation. I just had to remove the screws holding the stock board and remove the wiring for the battery, solenoid and laser eyes. Piece of cake.

The board certainly feels different than the opto-switch firing mechanism that is stock with the Speed 05 and G7 because you are actually pressing against a micro-switch instead. It feels just like a mouse click and to me it feels springier than stock because of the micro switch. The players that miss that micro switch feel are really going to be in heaven with this board.

After reviewing the Angel Force Tadao instructions, Ken shot off a loader full and then handed it over to me. I was thinking “Ken can freaking rip at the trigger!” It was set for semi, zero bounce and a host of other settings/features that the board has. The board really does allow you to fine tune more than the stock board. It takes a little getting used to not having an LCD screen but after a few minutes of using the new board's LED display and all the colors, it becomes second nature.

OMFG! This board is fast. Crazy fast.

IMHO - Tourney players are going to really love the features and settings that the board allows. And yes, non-tourney players are going to really like the settings that the board has.
Conclusion: This is a great upgrade and worth every single penny.
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, January 17th, 2006 at 10:21 am PST

Review Comments
call_me_jum Thursday, January 19th, 2006 | 3:20 pm PST
Good review. I too recall all the debate on AOG as to whether or not it was ethical to upgrade the board..... :)

SquishyOWNSYOU! Tuesday, January 31st, 2006 | 5:50 pm PST
Nice review Trigga!!! I am going to do a review on the 20th on the Tadao FBS for the 04 speed.

hellawakened Thursday, April 13th, 2006 | 3:06 pm PST
Hey i have some questions..
1) Do you use the rechargeable battery that it comes with and does it work?

2) Is it hard to install if you install it yourself?

3) What is Z-Burst?

5) Who is the big fat cow mouth chewing gum on this website?

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