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njfreekshow Monday, October 2nd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 4 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Stock board and blackheart board
Marker Setup: 06 Custom Products Short Regular - Black
Lucky Stage 1 v3 bolt
Lucky Stage 2 chamber
Lucky Stage 3 donut
Lucky Stage 4 with MAC noid
Clippard QEV
Fireball Mountain Thorn Drop Forward - Black
Empire On/Off - Black
Nitroduck Tuff Skin X-stream 45/45 tank
Diablo 45ci Tank Cover
10 inch Dye Ultralite - Black polished
Un1tec trigger pin upgrade
Redz Clamping Feedneck - black
2 Frame screws
Dye 03 Sticky Grips - Black
Virtue Eyes - Red Beam
Virtue Membrance Wire
Virtue On/Off Membrance Pad
Virtue EZon
2 New Banjo fittings
New Smart Parts 300psi Gauge
Hose Kit
Black Out Grip Screws
Front Counter Screw
Lucky Eye Wire
ANS Body - orange
ANS 90 degree Trigger Frame - orange
ANS Trigger - black
Halo B with Rip Drive - Smoke
New Designz Autococker threaded breech - Black
Lucky Membrance Wire Adaptor
Strengths: Fast, Reilable, Reasonable price
Weaknesses: Installation
Review: When I got it, everything was packed in their own seperate sections, which I liked. Now when I decided to install it, I ran into the problem of the trigger sensor (where the trigger hits the clip) was stuck on a piece of metal in the trigger frame. So I had to mill out the inside of my trigger frame in order to have the board slide in. I got the Lucky Stage 4 with the MAC noid, so with the noid and the board being seperate, it makes it easier on not being able to break the board. After taking some time with the derlim in my trigger frame, i adjusted my trigger to hit the clip better and then ran about half a case of paint through the gun. I was amazed by the board, I was going to get the predator board but I believe this board outdoes the predator board. I havent been through all the modes yet but from the ones I've tested out, I like very much.
Conclusion: I would not buy another board for my Ion, the Lucky Stage 4 with MAC noid has convinced me that it's the only board that is one of the best out there, and for the price of it, you can't beat it. Besides the milling I had to do, the board was easy to install.
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, March 29th, 2007 at 9:27 am PST

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