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Onyx Jam Wednesday, June 28th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 years
Products Used:
Stock Board - not even close to being compared
Marker Setup: SP ION- cp trigger, cip unimount, 68/3000 crossfire c/a tank

Spyder Imagine- acs bolt, spp trigger, halfbacked (not exactly like a cocker, but sorta milled- y'know), cocker conversion,
Strengths: Fast
Handy lights
Solderless membrane pad connector
Weaknesses: Have to print off a manual?

Had to trim the bubble switch
Review: On first appearance, the board is well put together and is exactly the same dimensions as the stock one.

I had a little trouble fitting it into the frame, but it just took a little bit of wiggling to fit perfectly.

The power switch was just a little bit too wide, so i had to take out a razorblade and trim just a small amount off of it-which solved my problem and produced the excellent little clicking noise whenever i pushed the button.

During my first programming, the different colored lights were a HUGE help in getting everything set up just right. The sheer amount of programming availible was overwhelming.

After installing it and setting everything just right, i took it out for a little test run

It worked flawlessly, even fighting through the fact that i only had an Xboarded revvy on the lid.

I've never seen something work so nicely for so cheap
Conclusion: Want speed?

Don't want to spend a lot of money?

go for it; you wont be sorry
10 out of 10

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