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SpeedyKJ Friday, December 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:
Halo B, Reloader B
Marker Setup: 2006 Dye DM6, Virtue Board, Ultralite frame, Ultralite Barrel, DXS Pulse, 68/4500 Pure energy nitro tank and Tag Sportz Blue glowing lazer eyes, Critical Trigger , CP Drop/asa, Blue Dye color parts kit, CCM Clamping feedneck
Strengths: Crazy Fast when Sync to your marker
Weaknesses: Only if you have the Dye UL Frame Read below is there a weakness
Review: I found the DXS Pulse so fast no word I use can help you understand how fast it is until you see/use one your self

It is so fast ...It can hold 180 rounds and I filled it up and turned it on and let it run it ran empty in less than 4.4 sec aproxx

It was easy to install and very easy to sync the RF chip to my DM6 all but one thing....the RF chip is to big to put in the UL Frame with the board and all....I had to shave out some plastic and rubber form the inside of my sticky grip to get it to work and it still kinda pushes the out a bit but it is not a big prob...It will allow dirt and rain and what ever else into my grip and to my board so if you get one as well and have to do the same shave to you grip like I did make sure you keep and eye on that so you do ruin you board and the elec part of your UL Frame

:::::This user entered an Update on January 07


I HAVE A VIDEO THAT WILL ANSWER ALL YOUR QUESTIONS BUT URL'S DO NOT WORK ON HERE SO EMAIL ME AND ILL SEND YOU THE LINK TO MY VIDEO I WILL NOT SEND IT AS AN ATTACHMENT SO THERE IS NO THREAT OF A VIRUS ILL SEND IT AS A URL LINK

For some reason if I put the URL for my video on here it will not let you copy and paste it......so like I said you will have to email me and Ill send you the URL that way

I have used a Dermal Tool and carved out the plastic and then used the same tool to sand it down perfect and the chip fits great
You can pick one of these tools up at your local hardware or tool store for about 60-130 dollars all depends on what attachments you want with it...but if your like me you prolly will never use that tool again so see if you can barrow one form a friend or neighbor

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Any questions feel free to email me @ speedymontess@comcast.net
and ill help the best I can
Conclusion: Well worth the price some people on here down grade the item cuz they think it costs to much...well if you think it costs to much its SIMPLE DONT BUY IT !
Dont buy it if you think it costs to much and then cry and down grade the score cuz you think it costs to much
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, January 3rd, 2007 at 5:38 am PST
 

Review Comments
Ultraraptor Friday, December 8th, 2006 | 1:09 pm PST
I heard that you can place the chip in the back of the grip frame, directly behind where the selonoid sits when the frame is attached to the marker. Can you try this and let me know if it works? Or have you tried every other place already? thanks
   

only1realme Thursday, December 21st, 2006 | 2:01 pm PST
That is on standard dye frames such as Proto, Dm4, 5, & C... If u have a UL frame that spot is not there....
   

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