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YeaBOI Tuesday, August 8th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Just the stock board but there really are no similarities
Marker Setup: 2006 Red Smart Parts Ion
Halo B w/ RIP drive, VICTORY35, Drive Cone
68/4500 HPA tank
T-Board set at 24bps
Dye Membrane Pad
CP Red Flame Drop
CP Red On/Off
Strengths: Easy to use/adjust
SuperFAST
CheaperTHANtheVIRTUE
ReallybrightLED's
InstantON
Weaknesses: You have to get a really fast hopper to keep up with this board.
Review: I get this thing for $76 with the membrane pad included on eBay and it shows up in the mail a couple days later. I already have the gun apart just waiting for it so i swap the banjo fittings and battery, slap the Dye pad on the back grip and slid it into place. Before you start to mess with it, be sure to print the manual off the web site. So i get it all together and turn it on. Brights lights flash, big woop. Be sure to adjust the pre-pull almost all the way in or else the trigger won't push the little swich in there. So i get the trigger to work and then want to change modes. Its super easy to change modes, I only had it an hour and i already could go to all the modes just from memory. I like the 15bps but both me and my friend want it to go faster. So i read the manual a little more and deside to take it easy and put it on 20bps. HOLY cow!!! I played with it a little more and found that it'll go to 24bps with an otherwise stock gun. If i put it on 25, it goes down to like 7bps so it doesn't hurt the gun, but at 24 its fine. Adjusting the modes and ramping speed is sooooo easy i had it mostly memorized after just a day. I set it up with my friend cuz were *** like that and he made me order one for him on eBay the same day. Its also good cuz its got a tourney switch that limits it to 15bps :( but its the rules.
Conclusion: Totally worth $250 but only costs $81 w/ shipping. I like to show up the kids with angels on the field becuase my gun only costs 1/5 of what theirs did.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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