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Bruce Cook Tuesday, May 15th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
frenzy 127.4, tadao m3/infamous, virtue, predator 5.0.
Marker Setup: alias with almost $1000 worth of ups, too long to list here
Strengths: Fastest timmy board with eyes on.
Weaknesses: Uses alot of battery juice.
Review: This board blew my mind the first time I tried a max rof test on full auto. I was using reballs and it shot 21bps. When I got to try it with real paint for the first time, my battery was down to less than 8.5 volts and it shot a blistering 24bps. I am also using the 4 eye system. But for that low of a battery and to reach 24bps is amazing. I cant wait to get a new battery in this thing and retry with real paint because I'm sure I'll be back to edit this review with a new record. Hopfully I can get my hands on a orange bolt for max speed as I am using a shocktech superfly bolt, and an eigenram. The orange bolt should give much better results as far as max rof goes.
Conclusion: This is IMO the best timmy board yet. I used to reccomend virtue for eye logic, and predator for speed, but this board packs both advantages. But you will want kilas 4 eye system that works with this board.
10 out of 10

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