1.Easy to read, full feature LCD display, which shows all pertinent information.
2.Drop in replacement for the 99 RainMaker board.
3.Five selectable modes of fire: semi-auto, burst, auto-response, full auto and auto-rip.
4.Shot counter that retains the count even when the marker is turned off. Can be cleared in the menu.
6.Tournament lockout mode. Keeps the marker in semi-auto mode.
7.Software safety that becomes enabled if the trigger is pulled while the marker is turned on.
8.Battery voltage display with a user selectable low voltage alarm trip point.
9.Adjust Balls per Second fire rate from 5 - 16 BPS.
10.Dwell adjustment from 30 - 55 milliseconds.
11.Burst mode selection from 2 - 9 balls. Burst stops firing when the trigger is released.
12.Auto-rip feature. When enabled, anytime the trigger is held back for over 300mS the marker will fire in full-auto until the trigger is released.
13.Battery low warning adjustment from 6.5v - 8.5V.
14.Default restore feature.
15.Gun odometer. Keeps track of all of the shots ever fired through the marker. This is independent from the normal shot counter.
16.Custom splash screen can be programmed by me with whatever you want to say so that your THUNDERboard LCD will be different than any others!
The Vexa Control ThunderBoard LCD is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Reprogrammable, adjustable, unlimited (normally set to 18) custom made to my specs.
Yep mounting the board can be a trick, but the stock trigger frame is junk.
I custom ordered a board to my specs. Not only is the programing completely different, but the board was made from a unique gerber file with over 5 additional parts and additional artwork. How many other custom shops will build you a custom board?
Aside from that the board has adjustable dwell settings, and bps rate. Comes stock with a battery meter, trigger pulls per sec, max trigger pulls per sec, run time and a shots fired odometer display. Lots of modes of fire, I use fa to test mainly - semi other than that, but it has many others. It also has a tourney lock which cannot be tampered with in game. Excellent instructions, and exceptional support.
Just plain phenomenal, I never plan to shoot anyone else's board in any marker I ever get. If you order one, tell him Wyrvinx sent you!
-Cool display, 5 fire modes, shot counter, battery voltage monitor, game timer, and custom splash screen.
-The board fits in the frame with no problems and uses the stock connector. You just have to make a cut-out for the display and drill holes for the buttons.
-Having an LCD display is really neat. I get a lot of comments about it at the field so it's and ego boost also.
-Rate of Fire is higher than stock (up to 16BPS).
-Really easy to change settings in the menu (as opposed to having to open the frame and adjust pots or dip switches).
-A template is included to make the cuts in the frame.
-Instruction manual is good.
-Price - it's $120 (only $25 more than a Gale Force)
-Cutting the frame (for the LCD window) could be a little hard for some people who don't have common tool experience.
-Cutting grips (for the LCD window) can be intimidating since you want them to look good.
-Routing the wires from the connector is a little different (but not hard) since the ThunderBoard's connector sits a little higher than the stock board.
This board gives the Rainmaker a little more class. People like gadgets and this is one that is out there for everybody to see. Now you can make adjustments to dwell, ROF, modes, etc without having to open the frame. The functionality and competitive price make this board a hit.
'98 Rainmaker with Thunderboard LCD, gutted & capped rainmaker reg, Mad Marty delrin bolt, Mad Mary hammer & bolt carrier mods, Mad Marty delrin bolt, SS bolt link, custom ram, custom mac mount & vertical ASA / foregrip, AA Vigilante reg
Mad Marty's mods! Also, all the upgrades I have. They all are improvements, none of them are cosmetic. They all actually improve the working of the marker by far.
The board has all the fire modes you could want, as well as other nice features like a ball counter. The main plus is the LCD display. Until now, no one was able to fit an LCD display into the Rainmaker. It really sets your Rainmaker apart from the rest! You can even put a customized message on the screen for when you turn on the marker, like your name, etc. This also helps positively identify the gun in case of theft, because it can't be changed later by the user.
There is nothing bad about this board. It is an exceptionally well-done product, and I am very impressed that the maker of this board was able to bring this product to marker single-handedly.
If you want to be able to control the dwell and firing of your Rainmaker visually, this board is the only one out there that will do it. It's reasonably priced too. The support is amazing, and the manufacturer will bend over backwards to make sure you are satisfied. All in all, I highly reccommend it.