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Scenario Dreams Fusion T-Board
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Number of Reviews: 0
Average Rating: 0.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: N/A

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The Fusion T-Board is a substitute control board for the Dangerous Power Fusion Marker. The Fusion T-Board uses the same circuitry as the DM4/5/C LBI chips. So you would be able to use a Virtue or Tadao Chip in your Fusion marker with our board.

Fusion T-Board Specs:
Unlimited* firing rate in Semi mode
Multiple firing modes: Semi-Auto, Reactive Trigger, 3-burst, Full-Auto, NITRO, PSP, NXL, CFOA (capped semi)
Tournament Lock (For all League Modes)
Works with the stock eyes
Shot Q'ing
Force shot

Plus:
Adjustable Dwell
Adjustable MROF
Adjustable Debounce (Even lower minimum)
Adjustable Ramp activation speed
Adjustable Trig pulls to ramp
Auto off
Eye disable through buttons
LIFETIME UPGRADES!!!
And whatever other programming other chips offer

* ROF is limited by the mechanical limit of the Marker
Product Availability 
The Scenario Dreams Fusion T-Board is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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