The Infamous Alias board is a drop-in replacement for the Frenzy LCD board, using a super bright, multi-color LED instead of an LCD screen. The software is built on the new Musashi 6 code base, having multiple fire modes to ensure that your marker is legal in any tournament series. As with previous Musashi based products, finer increment debounce, anti-mechanical bounce, the cycle percentage filter, and the reknowned eye logic are present. Standard features include unlimited rate of fire semi-automatic, capped semi-automatic, PSP ramping with adjustable ramp start, PSP burst, and NXL full-automatic. The Musashi 6 software on the Infamous Alias boards also contains customizable Gangster breakout modes.
The Tadao Technologies Infamous M6 Board is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
06 Bob Long Empire Intimidator Red Gloss, Hybrid Grind Push Button On/Off/Bleed, Empire B, Smart Parts Freak Kit (Red Freak Front), Empire Fuel 71/4500, Tadao M6 Infamous Board, Red Hybrid Contract Killer Grips
Ease of programming, Easy Install
Loss of LCD (for some people)
The Infamous M6 board is sweet. I just got it and had no trouble putting it in or programming it. All the modes are fully adjustable. The M6 has a Gangster mode so the first, second, or third shot can be fully automatic. The LED I think is cooler than the LCD but for some people it's nicer to have the LCD. I reccomend getting Hybrid grips as well just because that way you don't see the rest of the board.
This is an awesome product for a tournament player. I highly reccomend it.
I've also used the WAS Equalizer, Frenzy 127.x, Kila Vibe Board and several other aftermarket boards.
I shoot a 2K5'd GZ, Excalibur, FL Viking, Texas Storm, Ripper, Ripper 2 and Ripper 3 Intimidators. I run a Halo or an Empire Reloader B (and now a Pulse) with a PMI Pure Energy or Crossfire Tank.
Ease of programming, LED lights, crisp code.
I've been a fan of the Tadao boards for a long time and have begun to use them extensively in my Intimidtors. I had the M3 code which was pretty solid and while I never really felt any pressure to upgrade, I decided that the new boards I'd buy would have the M6 code. I have been delightfully pleased.
I ordered directly from Tadao and the shipping was incredibly quick. Cookie, one of the Tadao employees, was extremely helpful in getting some of the other components to my order (beyond the board) in order prior to shipping. It's nice to deal with companies that have a personal touch to their customer service.
The functionality of the board is top notch. It's easily adjustable via LED programming through the trigger. Unlike the M3 which requires you to hold down components on the membrane to get into programming mode, the M6 only requires you hold down the trigger on activation. The colors are vivid and crisp and the programming on the board enables you to modify the color settings from the defaults. There are adjustable caps for ramping on the board (as well as Semi Only) as well as every other setting you can imagine...all easily configurable. The manual is easy to read and provides the capability you need to properly configure the board.
The real proof of quality is in the performance. The marker doesn't miss a beat with the eyes. The code for them is crisp and robust and shows the work of an innovator. If your Intimidator is prone to FSDO you can add extra ms of Dwell to provide extra pop and cure FSDO issues. Unlike competitors like Advantage that essentially ripped off the Tadao code, this board is amazing. The switch is a 25g beauty that provides a crisp and snappy return to my techna and coupled with the amazing code and programming skills of Will Roberson it's easy to hit high, legal rates of fire.
The top board on the market for Intimidators, hands down. It consistently has the best programming and the company that makes it provides superior customer service. While they do charge for upgrades ($20), with this code, there's no need for it.