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Scenario Dreams Wrath T-Board
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Number of Reviews: 11
Average Rating: 9.7 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $65

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Compatible with: Diablo Wrath

-Wrath T-Board Specs:
Unlimited* firing rate
Tournement legal (Semi-auto only)
Breakbeam eye Eye can be disabled on the fly (i.e. during play)
1 million trigger pull checks per second
Software debounce
Fully adjustable dwell times What is Dwell?
Fully adjustable eye delay
Adjustable eye sensitivity
Adjustable front valve dwell, if installed
Adjustable front valve delay, if installed
Classic and automatic modes
Saves settings when turned off
Setting to align eye during installation Eye Alignment Tool?
Upgradable Microcontroller
120 day (4 month) limited warranty against defects
30 day money back guarantee
Product Availability 
The Scenario Dreams Wrath T-Board is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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mliann22 Saturday, September 10th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock Board Slower and less adjustable than the T-board.
Marker Setup: Diablo Wrath silver
bottomline all the way forward
72 ci 3000 psi pmi N2 tank
evlution2 with z-board clear
Derin bolt
T-board
Strengths: Adjustablility, Bright led, New chip chooses
Weaknesses: No lcd and so harder to adjust.
Review: Wow. When I recieved this board I could not wait to put the board in. To put the board in remove the old board by unscrewing it and then put the top of the board off the bottom of the board. Pull out the wires but mark each of their functions(ie. eyes, power, trig). Then install those into the T-board. You can use the stock eyes because there is an adaptor . This simplifies the installation. Pull off the sticker on the back of the grip where the old board's buttons use to be. Then put in the new board and screw it in with the spacers. After installation check the eyes by going into the eye check mode. This is explained on the website. www.scenariodreams.com The board appears to be faster once the eye logic has been changed. The default settings on everything else appear to be good. I have ordered an ultra-chip for psp, nxl, nitro, and millenium modes that are legal in certain tournaments. There is a jumper which prevents adjustments and so makes this board very legal. The new chip was easy to install and is great. More about that on the ultra chip review.
Conclusion: In conclusion, the T-board is a good start to upgrade the wrath. It may lack a lcd but makes up for it in speed. Upgrade to an ultra-chip or a ramp chip if you would like different settings. The board seems like a good buy.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, September 15th, 2005 at 8:28 pm PST
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