CodeX says: 100% Tournament Legal Works in both NON-LBI and LBI, can be used in any DM4/5/C board
-4 Modes Of Fire Semi, NXL Full-auto, PSP Ramping, and 60% Ramping
- Adjustable Debounce, ROF, Dwell, Anti-Mechanical Bounce, Eye Delay, and Fire Mode
-You can cap the ROF from 11bps-25bps, or uncapped in ALL modes, easy as flipping a dipswitch
-LBI Support, our Low Battery Indicator allows you to check if your battery is full.
The Lucky Paintball CodeX Ramping Chip is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
PM6 - Lucky Top Hat Orings - VLocity - Un1 Board + CodeX Chip - 7 Piece Matchstik
Simple to use
Gives you the four basic firing modes with ROF adjustability.
Lacking strong customizability ~ if this is a weakness at all.
The chip, along with un1 board, is very inexpensive. $72 combined, and you've got one hell of a deal. So far it seems to have good eye logic, it can cycle up to 26 cps, and it has the four basic firing modes: Semi, NXL, PSP, and 60% ramping. All modes are cap-able, which is a nice feature, and it is very easy to switch from one mode to another.
Here is the basic guide to switching modes:
1. Turn on gun, while holding in trigger.
2. Lights flash, release trigger. Pull the trigger four times or until the LED turns purple.
3. You're now in your firing mode selection menu. Pull the trigger:
//once for Semi//twice for NXL//three times for PSP//four times for 60% ramping.
4. After making the desired number of trigger pulls, release the trigger, and wait for the flashing lights sequence. Once lights flash, turn the gun off.
5. Turn the gun on, without holding in the trigger, and now you're in the mode you selected.
As you can see, it's very simple. I've yet to put paint through the gun, but I'll be sure to re-edit this and provide examples of the true speed of the firing modes.
For $25, this chip is a bargain for the person that isn't looking for the customizability of Virtue/Tadao. The only thing that could possibly be lacking is the eye logic, but that will be tested and re-edited into this later.
Diablo wrath, lucky un1 chip board, codex ramping chip, halo b, Pure energy hpa
Uses lots of batteries.
After breaking a t-board and ultra chip, i decided to check out the lucky stuff. I ordered the board and the chip and it came super fast. i put the board and chip in my gun and was amazed at the speed of my gun. being a budget baller and all, this is the perfect setup
If you want to get a good priced ramping chip, buy this chip
We have allot of people at my local field with Virtue, Tadao, DMT, Preditor, just about everything you can think of. I noticed this chip and decided to give it a shot. Everyone was very impressed with its performance, in semi it was noticably faster than virtue which costs over $65.00 more. It has 4 modes semi, nxl, psp, and ramping what else do you need? Plenty of settings including dwell, rof, debounce, amb, eye delay, and fire mode.The dipswitches allow you to control tourney lock enabled, Eyes on ROF Cap, AMB enabled, Anti-Bolt Stick Enabled. I really don't see a chip out there that offers so much at such a reasonable price.
Also this chip is not made by lucky paintball...its made by Hyperformance Paintball at http://www.hyperformancepaintball.com
By far the best chip for your money. For $25.00 you get all the modes you will ever need and the anti-mechanical bounce was more impressive than any other I have ever used. For the price everyone would definately give it a shot.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, April 1st, 2006 at 5:50 pm PST
Doesn't have some of the crazy modes of other boards
This is a great product. For $25 you get 4 firing modes, and 6 settings to adjust. To me, that's all you need. The chip works great. It uses 6 colors to display the settings. Each of which is easily visible in direct sunlight. I love the ability to adjust the settings without removing the grip. Just put dipswitch 4 in the on posiition and you can adjust the gun whenever you want which is great for when your trying to adjust the gun to get optimal performance. Playing a tournament, just put dipswitch 4 in the off position and the tourny lock is on. This setting enables you to check the battery level and it requires you to open the grip frame to adjust the settings. This is a great chip for someone who is looking for just the basic firing modes and settings.
A great cheap chip that's easy to adjust with all the modes and settings you need. What more can you ask for? Get one if you're looking into new programming and are short of cash.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, December 18th, 2005 at 6:37 pm PST