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Number of Reviews: 26
Average Rating: 9.3 / 10
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Suggested Retail Price: $37

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Wicked Air Sportz introduces an upgraded circuit board for your Brass Eagle/Viewloader Revolution! This amazing board kicks your Revvy into high gear, offering up to four balls per second faster feeding than a stock 12-volt Revolution, and up to seven balls per second faster feeding than the stock 9-volt Revolution! There are two different TurboRev models being offered, the TurboRev9(sm) and TurboRev12(sm).
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The Wicked Air Sportz TurboRev Board is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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MrFire22 Tuesday, October 9th, 2001
Strengths: OMG! I popped one of theses into my 9V Revy and it's a completely different hopper now. I used to get chops , sometimes alot of chops , but now I can shoot with confidence. I can't outshoot it with my Minimag no matter how hard I try. No more breaks for me. If you have a 9V or even a 12 , you have to get this it rocks!
Weaknesses: Well nothing yet , there pretty new so I'll have to see how durable it is...
Conclusion: Get this baby today! I plan on getting a warp someday soon and this thing will feed your warp at 13-14 bps till your hoppers empty! Try that with a 12v! It rocks!
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10 out of 10
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Unregistered User Sunday, September 23rd, 2001
Strengths: I found out about this product on this site. Decided why not give it a try, see if it does what they advertise. All i can say is it does everything and more. I have it on my 2001 STO and i would occasionally shoot a few blanks during a string or rapid fire with the regular 12v revvy. Now i can rip as fast as possible on it without as much as a hiccup. We even put my hopper on my buddys 2001 Angel LCD with a trigger job, RIPPED on it and it fed flawlessly. Needless to say hes buying one instead of the intellifeed.
Weaknesses: Not a single thing........ I waited to post this after a LONG day of paintball and i have NO complaints.
Conclusion: If you are having problems out shooting your revvy this thing is worth its weight in gold. Price is awesome considering what you get. The 5 second standby is very nice. (when youre out of paint the hopper spins for 5 seconds then goes into standby till it senses more paint.) If you havent bought a Revvy yet BUY A 9v and then buy the turbo rev board for the 9v. Youll save some money doing it that way, and the new board comes with a 4 blade paddle.
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Hybrid13 Thursday, September 20th, 2001
 
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Strengths: I'll make this short. I had my doubts about this upgrade at first (before I got it ). But man does this thing rock. I had skipping problems with my Matrix all season, then I get the Turbo rev. in the mail. Problem solved. My stock rev. could only keep up with about a 10 bps setting on the Matrix, this board kept up with 16 bps and never even broke a sweat. Great product W.A.S. you guys did a really good thing here.
Weaknesses: I would rather of had a battery connection like the one in a stock rev. but the set up they have is fine. Didn't send me a sticker for my hopper : (
Conclusion: Its great, I would definitely recommend this upgrade to anyone shooting high rates of fire. To me its worth every penny. The W.A.S. Turbo Rev. upgrade turns a good product into a awesome one. I never give reviews a 10 but this one is so close to it, like a 9.9 . Unfortunately they don't let you give tenths of a point here so I guess I'll give them the 10. I think I'm still bent about the sticker thing ; ) Just kidding it was the battery connection that could be changed.
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Unregistered User Tuesday, September 11th, 2001
Strengths: well it definitely increases your feed rate! where i would normally be skipping shots with my Matrix and Bushmaster the Turbo Rev kept the breech full. it does everything Wicked Air Sportz said it did. the motor actually slows down and speed up depending on your ROF when you shoot slow it spins slow allowing the balls to be fed in the tube rather then being thrown around. at high ROF it spins fast to break up any jams and feed the balls it. the standbye mode is a great allowing you to turn it on and leave it on without worrying whether your batteries are gonna dye but if they do it'll tell ya that too, via the red flashing light!! and the LED staus is cool too orange means system booting- solid red means error- flashing green means normal OP- flashing red means low batteries- alternating green and red flashes means out of paint. overall itz AWESOME!!!
Weaknesses: not a thing!!!
Conclusion: AWESOME!!! almost everyone who owns a gun capable of higher ROF have revies already so spending $36-39 for an upgrade that pretty much turns your rev into a whole new beast is great....those who have to buy a new hopper as well spend about $85 still not bad considering what you are getting...besides in my local pro-shops a stock 12 volt cost about 70-80 bucks! so go online and find a used rev or even a new one and buy this board you won't regret it!
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Unregistered User Monday, September 10th, 2001
Strengths: the turbo rev board is great. when I first installed it in my rev I had it turned on befor I had it pluged into the sensor eye. when it pluged in the eye the motor started spinning so fast it fliped out of the half shell it was in and took the board and batterys with it. this board works like an 18v wireless intela feed on crack. the motor spins for every ball fired and then spins at a slower speed for 2 secounds after you have stoped firing. another plus is when your hopper is empty it will spin for a short while (like 4 or 5 secounds) and the go on stand by mode till you put more paint in. this board upgrade is less than the price of a rico and a fourth the price of a halo (when ever they come out), plus it lets you us the hopper you already have.
Weaknesses: nothing so far.
Conclusion: I would reccommend the turbo rev board to any one running a rev and having feed problems. it is worth the money because you can now maintain a higher rate of fire and not worry about chopping or skipping shots. wicked air sports has great teck suport also I emailed the with a question right after I got the board and they had an email back to me in like 20 minutes. this board is a must have for any one shooting a high end semi or elctro.
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Unregistered User Saturday, August 4th, 2001
Strengths: Simply stated, this product does what is says it does, and that alone is very impressive! That means MORE bps! It’s like putting a supercharger on your hopper. This upgrade makes the Revolution keep up with even the fasted trigger finger. On top of that is the fact that installation of the TurboRev took less than five minutes!

One of my favorite features is that with the new board installed, my hopper knows when I am out of paint. No more spinning forever! I know that if I’m in a firefight and I hear my opponents’ hopper start spinning like mad, he’s out of paint and about to get bunkered.

The TurboRev also has an LED status indicator that can be switched to a stealth mode for night games, sleep mode (see above) and an automatic shut down if you forget to turn the hopper off.

Detailed instructions are included in the manual for all the different programmable modes.

Did I mention MORE bps?
Weaknesses: I've found nothing bad about the TurboRev!
Conclusion: Let's face it, most of us have either a 9v or 12v Revolution and we all want it to feed faster. If you’re like me, you've thrown money at every hopper that's come out and none of them seem to do what they claim.

Well, welcome to the future! This product is going to make a huge splash in the industry. I would recommend this product to anyone who owns a Revolution. For less than $40.00 it's definitely worth the cost.

The upgrade is available for the 9v and 12v revys so here’s a little tip. If you are going to buy a new Revolution and a TurboRev board, buy a 9v Revolution. There’s usually about a $10.00 difference between a 9v and 12v Revolution and only a $3.00 difference between the upgrades. (The TurboRev is a 12v board, so the 9v upgrade includes upgrading your hopper to 12v and a new 4-blade prop.) Maybe if we bug Jim, we’ll be able buy a Revolution with the TurboRev board already installed direct from Wicked Air Sportz sometime in the future.

I am currently using one of the final prototype boards and have two more on order.
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