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Number of Reviews: 3
Average Rating: 9.3 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $110

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Hey, Its the long awaited PMR Pro-Lite frame. Packed with plenty of great features that set it aside from any other frame. NDZ setting the standard in aftermarket performance.

super lite, weighs in at just around 120grams
precision ground, threaded trigger pin
added internal space for mounting the RF pulse chip
retained on/off buttons, meaning they will not just fall out
extra large trigger area, more space is always good
integrated snatch grip
recessed frame mounting screws
mutli-hole grip pattern, for differnt style/size grips
integrated dovetail w/4 mounting holes for ASA or bottomline mounting
made from aircraft grade aluminum
Product Availability 
The New Designz PMR Pro-Lite Frame is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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toyo805 Tuesday, March 20th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Dye Ultra Lite Frame
Marker Setup: Dxs Pulse
NDZ Pro-Lite Frame
NDZ Roller Blade Trigger
Proto on/off asa
Proto Aluminum Back Cap
Crossfire 70/4500
Dye UL 16" barrel
Trinity Clamping Feed Neck
Strengths: Better than Dye's UL frame
Weaknesses: Integrated snatch grip
Review: This frame is great its really light has a great feel. i love the trigger guard case it a litte further from the trigger the only real issue i found was mabey the integrated snatch grip but thats just preference the on/off buttouns are pretty cool to they dont fall out if you revove the board like with the stock frame.
Conclusion: I would recommend anyone to get this product cause its alot cheaper than dye's UL frame looks and feeles better
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, March 21st, 2007 at 6:53 am PST
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matrix67 Friday, August 22nd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
3 years
Products Used:
stock pmr frame
Marker Setup: proto pmr w/ pro-lite
dxs pulse & rf
crossfire 68/4500
Strengths: Alluminum
dovetail & 4 mounting holes
room for rf chip
Weaknesses: Different screws
no led protection
Review: I got the pro-lite frame recently and only played with it once, but i love it. it isn't much heavier than the stock frame and gave me room for my pulse's rf chip

A couple of things that i noticed when opening the pro-lite frame was the different screws and the lack of led light protection(took stock frame one out)
Conclusion: Overall a great frame and a must have, but not perfect.
9 out of 10
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carbonite Wednesday, July 18th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Stock PMR frame and UL Frame
Marker Setup: PMR
Virtue board with Virtue eyes
NDZ Frame with Slik Trigger
CP On/Off
Orange H-core bolt
NDZ backcap
NDZ eyecovers
NDZ clamp ring
Evil pipe with Stiffi tip
DXS pulse with RF
Strengths: Price, Quality and Looks
Weaknesses: Some may not like the styling
Review: I received this frame about a month ago and have enjoyed it from day one. I must say that I am not a smart parts fan, but I absolutely loved the Ton-ton shocker frame. This is almost an exact replica of said frame. I have large hands and find the UL frame awkward to hold but I just couldn't get past the fact that the stock frame is composite. Maybe its because I've been playing for a long while and I just expect my guns to be 100% metal.

Functionally it is perfect for me, I have more room in this trigger frame than any I have used on any gun, EVER. I can get some of the best strings going with this thing that I ever have. The buttons that don't fall out are a nice touch if you ever need to thoroughly need to disassemble your gun. It accepts 45 grips as well, which is nice if you are like me and have accumulated more than a few.

I own a pulse with a RF chip and they claim the grip has more space for the chip, but I never got to use my pulse with my stock frame so I can't comment on whether it has more room or not. I can say that I had absolutely no problems finding a spot for the chip though.
Conclusion: If you like the feel of the ton-ton shocker frame or you need a bigger grip frame with tons of trigger space this is the frame for you. Works well with a NDZ trigger or even the stock for that matter. Bottom line- I would buy this again.
9 out of 10
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