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Unregistered User Tuesday, September 11th, 2001
Strengths: well it definitely increases your feed rate! where i would normally be skipping shots with my Matrix and Bushmaster the Turbo Rev kept the breech full. it does everything Wicked Air Sportz said it did. the motor actually slows down and speed up depending on your ROF when you shoot slow it spins slow allowing the balls to be fed in the tube rather then being thrown around. at high ROF it spins fast to break up any jams and feed the balls it. the standbye mode is a great allowing you to turn it on and leave it on without worrying whether your batteries are gonna dye but if they do it'll tell ya that too, via the red flashing light!! and the LED staus is cool too orange means system booting- solid red means error- flashing green means normal OP- flashing red means low batteries- alternating green and red flashes means out of paint. overall itz AWESOME!!!
Weaknesses: not a thing!!!
Conclusion: AWESOME!!! almost everyone who owns a gun capable of higher ROF have revies already so spending $36-39 for an upgrade that pretty much turns your rev into a whole new beast is great....those who have to buy a new hopper as well spend about $85 still not bad considering what you are getting...besides in my local pro-shops a stock 12 volt cost about 70-80 bucks! so go online and find a used rev or even a new one and buy this board you won't regret it!
10 out of 10

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