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Number of Reviews: 32
Average Rating: 9.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: N/A
Suggested Retail Price: $35

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The Victory Board for HALO is not a production board. It is available as an upgrade board only. The Victory allows you to choose from 6 different speeds for your HALO B's operation.
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The Odyssey Victory v35 Board is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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SlasherXII Wednesday, April 28th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month7 of 13 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Quantum, Evlution II with both Y and Z board, Halo B with RIP Drive. The Halo fitted with the Victory Board simply just rips! Very user friendly. Always had feed rate peeves with the other loaders because most guns I use have eyes. The Victory board will out feed most guns, execpt the higher end guns.
Marker Setup: Dust Black A4 Fly. Standard settings. Evil pipes and 3A tank setup. I also use a Dragun TES setup in the same way.
Strengths: Feeds paint like crazy! Easy to install and easy interface.
Weaknesses: May break paint. Otherwise none.
Review: First off I took apart the Halo B. The Victory board is about the same size as the stock board so it is snug. Putting back the shell on the loader, and first I tried it out on the Dragun TES. After first turning it on, it was double feeding, but pressing the back button a couple times seemed to fix that problem and I was able to shoot faster. Next I tried it on the A4 Fly. With the Halo B I can get up to 23 bps. But with the Victory board installed, I got 27 bps. A 4 bps increase, but could be vital. A word of caution... if you happen to be double feeding, take out your dedents and stretch them to make them stiffer.
Conclusion: I recommend this to anyone who has a Halo B. You can select your feed rate to match your gun. So regardless if you shoot 13 balls a second, or you absolutely like to rip paint, this upgrade for the Halo B is a must.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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CarlosLN Wednesday, April 28th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month12 of 16 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
The original board, Z board for Halo. The "egg" with both the Y and Z board.
Marker Setup: 2 DM4s one red to black (my primary) with the XSF Advantage Chip and Shoctech Mini-Stumpy and one cobolt to black (my backup or team gun) with Shocktech Minidrop. 2 Hoppers the Evo II "egg" with Z board and Halo B with Victory Board. Air Systems: 71 Throttle and 70 peanut Throttle. Current Favorite Barrel: Evil Pipe
Strengths: It's can feed up to 35 BPS and it's adjustible.
Weaknesses: Compared to previous Halo chips/codes nothing.
Review: This thing is tight as heck it is a must by for Halo owner who have markers that fire very quickly like the DM4 or Alias Timmy. You can adjust it's feed speed allowing more slowly if you would like which is cool if you don't plan on firing the maximum of 35bps every time. After thinking about getting a Reloader instead of a Halo and this board I thought was the better choice because of value and adjustability. Even though the Reloader has a smaller battery harness the smaller harness causes the loader to automatically feed more slowly (which sucks compared to full adjustability). Although the weight of the Halo has always bothered me i found it to be more comfortable with my peanut tank (which i didn't have while using my original Halo) counterbalancing the Halo's front weight. If the weight issue has always kept you from getting a Halo i highly suggest that you at least try using one with a peanut tank it's pretty comfortable. Even though my previous Halo irritated me to the point of selling it i ended up buying a new one wih this board because it impressed me that much. That being said if your looking for the straight up fastest board out there the victory board is it. Even if you don't need the fastest board this board will adjust to fit to however fast your shooting which is very cool indeed.
Conclusion: Overall this board does a great job and is a great replacement for the stock board of the Halo B. I would say this is a better buy over the Z-code (even though it's a bit more) because it's not only extremely fast but adjustable as well. After i've used it for a while i'll update my review if i see any problems but so far it hasn't let me down yet.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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