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claustin10 Monday, May 22nd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
stock board
tested the zero B on my freinds cocker (the t-board is alot better than both)
Marker Setup: dye reflex autococker
PE pnuematics
freak kit
Strengths: Speed
stock timing
easy to use
Weaknesses: No manuel included
without eyes board is capped at 13
Review: I ordered this board with the microswitch which I really liked on it. When I recieved it I immediatly started installing it after reading the manuel. The wires were a little confusing but after I figured it out and It was installed I clicked the solenoid in semi and there was a HUGE bps increase from the stock board. The modes are all very nice and has a lot of different ones it is also very easy to change. I was at a scenario with no ramping and me and my freind with another both had ramping mine I was able to change in about 5 seconds to change at the chrono while my freind had to go back to staging and took about 5 minutes to change it.
Conclusion: all in all this is a great aftermarket board I would reccomend this to anyone and I will definetly get a tboard again.
10 out of 10

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