Previously running Stock trigger, with shorttened trigger pull.
Tried a Spyder with a BooYaah at a tournament and was hooked
I am running a Spyder TL-PLUS, 32 Degree Venturie Bolt, 14" J&J Ceramic Barrel, with a WDP Warpfeed and a 12v Rev, running presently on CO2
I have been playing with the BooYaah trigger for over a year now. I have had nothing but great performance from it.
I started out using it with just a 9V Rev. and have run it full auto at 10 bps and not chopped a a ball.
I like the options of the fire modes, one of my friend tired full auto and nearly soiled him self with the insanity of it.
I am currently between teams so I have played mostly Rec Ball with it lately.
With the addtion of the WarpFeed and 12V Rev I hope to max the rate of fire to the full 15BPS
I have no problems with it at all!!!!
Only thing I could find bad about it was with the wrap around grips and the trigger frame, they could have had some way for it to seal so paint or water can not get in.
For example having a ride on the frame that a grove in the grip could fit over.
This product is worth the money if you want to go to an electronic gun but don't want to lay out the huge money for the likes of an Angel.
To those with Automags, if you read anything about your Automag, they suggest not to put the BooYaah trigger on your particular marker.
To those how badmouth Spyders you must have bought the bottom line ones. My TL PLUS has given me no problems what so ever in 4yrs of play. It is one of the most reliable markers on the market.