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Number of Reviews: 6
Average Rating: 9.8 / 10
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Suggested Retail Price: $50

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All the features of the latest and greatest Chaos Max LCD chip. 9-UNL BPS, 4 standard fire modes, auto-off after 20 minutes, LCD and PDS support if installed. PLUS our own Tantrum touches. 2 extra fire modes, Tantrum (a fully automatic 3shot burst with pause) and Unfiltered Semi (the chip doesn\'t filter out trigger bounces/vibrations that it normally would). Plus besides being able to trigger select your fire mode, you can also trigger select your rate of fire.
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The Tantrum Paintball Chaos Chip is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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dictionarypin Saturday, February 28th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months6 of 6 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
stock chip
Marker Setup: orange indian creek designs BKO, Chaos Chip, j&j ceramic barrel, aci bulldog tank, red/black 12 volt revolution w/ a x-board, black custom products flame drop forward, black dye sticky grip.
Strengths: THIS THING IS FAST!!!!!!!!!!!!!! it is completely amazing
Weaknesses: none I could find
Review: Please dont listen to that guy who said it wont fit into a BKO. I have a orange BKO and it fits just fine if you lose the excess plastic. I bought this from tantrumpaintball.com and it came with the excess plastic already removed. I love this chip it is AMAZING. if you want to see all the modes go to www.tantrumpaintball.com then click on files then chaos board. I am 100% sure that the BKO shoots faster than 10bps (like it says in the manual) but I can tell a huge differance in my game play and my eliminations have increased.
Conclusion: I would buy this product it has more modes than a blender. I give it a perfect 10 because of its amazing ability.




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Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2004 at 6:54 am PST
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Lord Kalo Friday, December 27th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month5 of 6 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock ICD Chip
Marker Setup: Black 2001 B2K
Sonic Grip Frame
Tantrum Chaos Chip
Check-IT LPR Adjuster
Vapor Mod
Lapco ASA
Sidewinder Reg
Psycho Ballistics Drop
Dye 2003 Ultralight
Black Halo B
Strengths: It is completely unbelievable. Getting the chip makes all the difference in
the world. There was all kinds of stuff holding me back with my old Bushmaster chip.

There was some kind of wierd timing mechanism that caused the gun to skip
shots if you didn't use the precise rhythm that it liked. I'd set the gun to 13 bps and could only crank out 8 to 9 bps.

It was really frustrating. Mostly because it was impossible for me to shoot continuous strings on the marker. My strings would end up stopping on the 4th or 5th ball. It was completely ludicrous.

In addition, the stock chip was set to require a full pull and release of the
switch to complete a cycle. This caused all kinds of unnecessary wear on my forearm tendons and caused fatigue to settle in real quick. But all of that is now history.

Now that I've got this new chip, it is a completely different story. The chip now cycles completely with a single pull, it doesn't wait for me to release the trigger in order to complete the cycle. There is essentially no mechanical reset time and the marker is ready to reset as soon as the switch disengages and reengages.

More importantly, the wierd timing from the chip is gone and if I can pull it, my bushy will now shoot it assuming that I haven't limited the bps on the chip. If anything this chip is too fast for me and my sloppy pull. When set at 16, 18 or 20 bps, the marker starts to sweet spot and releases 1or 2 additional balls per pull when I don't intend it.

It really feels wierd to shoot a marker that is getting sweet-spotted so I've found that the best setting for me is either 13 or 14 bps. With that setting, I can finally walk off smooth 10 to 12 bps strings with ease and without pain.
Incidentally, I have about a 2 mm pull and almost zero resistance on my
trigger.

I'm finally happy with what my Bushy can in semi-auto.
Weaknesses: I originally bought this special Tantrum Chaos chip to run in unfiltered semi, but I've decided that it isn't going to work for me. Like with the sweet-spotting at high bps settings, I'm finding that the marker goes into near full auto for 4 or 5 shots when trying to shoot strings. The last thing I need is someone accusing me of shooting in full auto. Heck, I don't even need full auto now.
Conclusion: One of the coolest things about the chip is the ability to select the bps and the firing mode using the trigger. This eliminates having to open up the marker and fiddle around with DIP settings. I can switch from 20 bps to 9 bps or semi to full-auto or auto response in a flash.

Of the firing modes, I only like Semi, Full Auto and Auto Response. The big surprise for me was the Auto Response with this new chip. Auto Response fires one ball on the pull and one ball on the release.

I had this feature with my old chip, but because of the way the chip changes how the marker cycles it took no effort to get the marker up to near full auto speeds in autoresponse mode.

The Full Auto mode with the higher bps settings left me completely awestruck.
I've seen movies of markers shooting at 20 bps, but it is something completely different to hold one shooting that fast in your hand.

Get this chip. It'll make a world of difference.
I never believed them when they said that it's like having a completely different gun. Trust me, compared to the stock chip, this thing is like night and day.

This one should rank pretty high on must have upgrades for the Bushmaster.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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Nafty Thursday, August 5th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock Chip
Marker Setup: Bushmaster B2k, Vapor Bolt, Chaos Chip, Worr Games Grip, DYE X-Cel 14in, Perfect Drop
Strengths: -speeds up the marker probably twice as much.
-no more skipping shots
-PRICE!!!
Weaknesses: -Maybe too fast. Get a hopper that can keep up.
Review: I love this product, now that I have this chip I get comments left and right, "was that your gun shooting?" "A Bushy?" This chip makes it easy to range from 15bps all the way up to 20bps if you can hit it, I get about 18bps on mine. This chip is most likely the best upgrade besides a barrel that you can put on your Bushy.
Conclusion: GET THIS PRODUCT, I love my gun after this upgrade and so will you, for $30 this is a steal, trust me, if you want a faster rof and no skipping BUY THIS CHIP. I would have rated it an 11 but they wouldn't let me.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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carl Thursday, October 24th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
stock chip
Marker Setup: sonic bushy, conquest, cp kit ,halo b, tantrum chip
Strengths: you notice the difference in speed imidiatelty the fireing logic i so much better than stock an 13bps its easyier to rip strings than the stock at 20 watch out this thing is smoking. you can select rate of fire through trigger wich is nice and simple for those who have the lcd. most of the modes are pretty nice even if you can only use them at the target range.
-people dont know when you have turbo or unfiltered semi on
Weaknesses: tantrum mode is pretty weak but unfiltered semis pretty nice
-you cant tell if someone on the other team has there chip on turbo or unfiltered semi
Conclusion: one of the best upgrades for your bushy be careful installing it and don't force it in or bend the pins. If you want more speed get a good loader and this chip
Rating:
10 out of 10
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bluesboyk3 Sunday, July 3rd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock board
9300 rev 2 board
Marker Setup: Black gen 1 B2k + upps
Strengths: CHEAP
fast over stock board
adjustability
trigger set up
Weaknesses: Nothing so far.
Review: Well, it's very convenient that they send the chip with the tool to make sure everything's ok. And it's packaged in anti-static wrap. Also the price and performance ratio does not even do justice. i got it from Kapp paintball products for only 14.99 so i got a deal. I got the max mode in oppose to the semi only mode. With this, i still retain some of the firing modes. It has turbo, auto response, semi and full auto i think. Semi is maxed at 18 bps and other modes are capped at 15 bps. Stock chip can only do 13 bps semi and 9 bps for other modes.

So far it's a major improvement over my stock board. i tried the ICD 9300 rev board but it doesn't feel as fast. But with my stock board with the chaos chip installed, i can shoot my bushy like i've never shot it before. Overall, i like it a lot. And should i need to go back to my old board, i can just take it out.

Well, some might think it's only 5 bps apart from the stock chip but with the cahos chip, i outshot my 05 apache already.
Conclusion: Well, for the price and the prformance i'm getting, i can't complain. Chaos board may be a lot better but it's almost 6 times the price of this chip.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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Paintbrawler02 Sunday, December 14th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock ICD Chip
Marker Setup: Gold B2k w/ tear drop milling
10in All American Barrel
Stock Reg
Intimidator Lowrise
Chaos Chip!
Kapp Drop Zone 2 w/ asa on/off
Strengths: FAST
Easy Install
alot better then the stock ICD Chip!
Weaknesses: NOTHING!
Review: I bought this chip just a few days ago...It was supposed to be an x-mas present, but i just had to open it....I got the chip from tantrum paintball in 3 days! very fast....I went and installed it on my gun using the dip switches to set up my speed to 20bps or Unfiltered semi......I have to tell u I was amazed at how much faster I could walk my gun with out the stock icd chip....with the chaos chip i can easily hit 13bps with not even trying....and with the icd chip it was hard to even crank out 8 or 9 bps....I really love this chip!!!
Conclusion: Perfect gift and upgrade...I would recommend getting this!!! your firing will speed up so much..it will be unbelievable
Rating:
10 out of 10
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