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pb108 Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
stock board
my friends virtue board
Marker Setup: invert mini
rampage board
killa detents
freak barrel kit
halo b w/victory board
68/4500 pure energy

Strengths: Sheer # of different modes
High rate of fire
Relatively low price for a great upgrade
Weaknesses: A little hard to get the programming down(the 5 profiles help u out tho)
Review: As soon as i got the board i i installed it and started programming. i had no idea what i was in for, there are so many options its hard to keep track of them. after 3 months and 2 cases of paint i have 3 profiles set the way i want and 2 more to go. the user interface is easy to use and very fluid everything is very consistent so once you learn how to use one programming technique the others will feel very comfortable to use. so that does take a while but its worth it to find the mode u like. the modes themselves like reactive mode and the various tournament modes yet s are great additions that seperate this board from the stock one. although my hopper cannot keep up with the 40 bps this board can do i did gas it up and shot it so heres the vid.
the fact that the profile stay the way they are saves a lot of programing time as well the volt meter is great when ur not sure whether you'll make it through the day on the battery you have. this was very professionally designed and designed with both the professional and rec player in mind
Conclusion: Overall this board is a great way to make a great gun even better. not a must but I highly recommend to any tourney player a 9.5 really but only b/c it takes so long to play with all the modes
9 out of 10

Review Comments
TeamEddie Saturday, September 20th, 2008 | 9:45 am PST
How can a board be made for professional players and have no pre-set tournament settings, and what is the point of 40cps if it cant 40bps because no hoppers can keep up with it with out burning out in a case or two.
Itemid=28. The board is listed to have a "programable tournament mode" by A.P.E. which means having to make your own tournament settings.
Last edited on Saturday, September 20th, 2008 at 9:46 am PST

InvertOwner Thursday, November 6th, 2008 | 8:03 pm PST
dude if you get a dye rotor it will keep up although 40 bps is very fast but when will you ever need it that fast all i play is semi psp is only allowed 15 bps i think and there are other rules in nppl and nxl that may limit it i mean its cool in all but not necessary you will almost never get it that high

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