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Number of Reviews: 1
Average Rating: 8.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $90

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Simply the hottest software since the electronic marker was born.

Features:
Quickstart modes so you can change from NPPL to PSP in a flash.

Simply the fastest software we've ever shot. Unlimited ROF - we've already hit 32 BPS.

The smartest eye logic ever developed for paintball. The chip reads when the hopper isn't feeding properly and automatically compensates.

Pre-Set Fire Modes:
- Semi Auto - NPPL
- PSP
- CFOA
- NXL
- Millenium
- Response
- Full Auto

Extra Fire Modes:
- Training
- Demo
- Response
- Breakout Semi
- Breakout Ramp
- Ramp
- Burst w/ Safety Shot
- Full Auto w/ Safety Shot

Adjustment:
- Dwell
- Anti Bolt Stick w/ FSDO Dwell
- Anti Bolt Stick w/ FSDO time
- Eye sensitivity
- Ramp Activation Time
- Ramp Activation Shots
- Ramp Disable Time
- Mechanical Debounce
- Electronic Debounce
- Ddbounce Mbounce Limiter
- MROF with Eyes Enabled
- MROF with Eyes Disabled
- 7 Configurable Fire Modes
- 7 Fire Modes Quickstart

Other Features:
- Auto Eye Fault Detection and Recovery
- 15 Minute Powerdown
- Energy Save Auto LED Dim
- Instant on Power Up
- Tournament Lock
- 2 million scans / second
- 8mhz Chip
- Super eye logic - No chops!
Product Availability 
The Lucky Paintball Quest Spitfire Board 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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manu57 Thursday, January 4th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
WAS board, NOX Chip.
Marker Setup: FEP Quest, snatchpin, GM Bolt, Halo, Spitfire board
Strengths: Price
Millenium Mode
Drop-in board
Weaknesses: Programming
Screw holes
Bounce
Review: This board is normally a drop-in place board. Only problem is the holes for the screws are not big enough. You must bore them at a bigger diameter for the screws. After that, just make the board in place. The board is delivered with an other batterie wiring. You don't need it. Reconnect the original wiring at the same place as the original board, it works. Other problem is a lot of bounce. All my filters are at the max to not have bouncing problems. The programmation is a little different as the WAS board (you must hold the trigger to see the programmation of the board, not evident).
But this board is very fast and can see if the hoper is not feeding properly. Since I have this board, I've had no chops (due to the gun (barrel breaks)). The product is fine designed and the board box is beautiful.
Just another thing, in this box, you'll just have the board and a batterie wiring.
You don't have documents, you must dowload them on the lucky internet site.
Conclusion: I good board at all with a lot of parameters to programm. You can fine tune this board and it rocks
Rating:
8 out of 10
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