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Number of Reviews: 5
Average Rating: 10.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $129

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This electronics package is built for no paintball gun in particular. The Morlock board will run any electro-pneumatic paintball gun, from a simple single-solenoid open bolt, to a double-solenoid closed-bolt with breech-sensor: that includes any commercial gun currently on the market, to any garage-built prototype. The Morlock will offer the same classic firing modes through its programmable trigger as the original Glacier did for the Shocker. Because this board is not built for any specific paintball gun SOME ASSEMBLY IS REQUIRED, please read all documentation thoroughly before deciding to purchase this board.
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The KM2 Morrlock 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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SpydersETJ Monday, May 15th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
None. I got this board in my used Emag and that was my first electro.
Marker Setup: AGD Emag
Ricochet Apache
Warp Feed
Strengths: Flexibility, compactness
Weaknesses: No support from gun manufacturer. May void marker warranty.
Review: Excellent board. Many fire modes. Ability to lock board into semi and ramping mode. Easy to adjust the timing of everything to get the most bps out of your gun. The boards main strength is its flexibility. It is designed to be installed in ANY gun, therefore a lot of contingencies had to be accounted for. If you are looking to replace your current board or are building a project gun of some kind, this is the board for you. Just remember, it isn't a drop in replacement, it takes a little bit of work to get it set up. Once it is though, the board kicks butt.
Conclusion: Buy it if you want to be in charge of your guns functions or if you lost your board or if you are considering hand building your own gun. You won't be disappointed in this board.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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IhaveAangel Wednesday, January 5th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Lcd board, other boards
Marker Setup: 2001 dark lcd angel with morlock
Strengths: Very versitle. fast rof
Weaknesses: None
Review: I resently bought it used, i have been having with the semi auto. shoots multiple balls with one shot. sometimes its shoots semi some times it shoots multiple. over all a very clever design. worth the money. ver fast rate of fire. fits in any electro gun.
id have to say go out and buy it if you are slightly unpleases with your board prefomrance.
Conclusion: Buy it buy it buy it. i dont care what you think about your board, this bard is better
i want to give it a 7-9 becasuse of the problems but i just cant, i truly love this board
Rating:
10 out of 10
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toothpastedog Monday, October 25th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
2 years3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
SP Vision board, Stock Angel LCD, IR3, Speed, IR4, and IR4 Fly board, Morlock board, ZIP board, bushy boards, NXL'd Matrix Boards, Taduo boards, etc.... pretty much any board out there i have had my mits on at some point...
Marker Setup: 2k1 Dark LCD, Morlock, Adrenaline Trigger, Adrenaline Stainless Steal Hammer, Adrenaline Breack Nob, Adrenaline 20 peice Stainless Steal Screw Kit, Soft Face Bolt, .25lb Spring, Stainless Steal Freak Kit, CCM Feed Tube, CP Volumizor, Stickies, A4 Back Plate, ST on/off & Rail.
Strengths: Hands down best and most versitile board out there.
Weaknesses: It needs a lot of custom soddering to be installed.
Review: The Morlock board is the best circuit board for any electronic paintball gun hands down (spyders, shockers (old/new), impulses, angels, timmies, etc.). It is 100% user adjustable, meaning ever peramiter of how you guns fires can be set to one’s specific liking. It is also very easy to use/program through the trigger. The Morlock is fully compatable with NPPL rules too; it had duel anti-vide tourney lock switches.

The Morlock can support up to two solenoids, or one solenoid and an intelli-feed. It can use any eye system out there, from sensi to timmy eyes, to impulse’s vision eye cable. It also can use any sort on/off and LED, but I cannot use LED or LCD displays. It can be powered by almost any batter you can fit inside a paintball gun, but 9volts, imo, work the best. You can also wire any sort of microswitch to it (80g, 50g, 25g, hall magnetic sensor, etc.).

You can program all the different peramiters of the timing between 1 and 255ms.

Remember I said the Morlock is the best board for any PB gun? Well, that is because it is so small, and so versatile that you could install it in any PB gun. Since it is not meant for any one gun though, that means there is going to be quite a bit of soldering and in some cases, milling for eyes, that will need to be done. This means that most people will not want to use it. For the ones who do though, it is a fantastic board, and I couldn’t be happier with it. I have then in a 2k1 Dark LCD, a Rjr, soon in a Shocker, and various other guns. They are the most versatile board out there, and they do the job even than the LCD board for the Angel, the Vision board for SP guns, the Emag’s board, and many other boards.

If any one wants it, I have pics of installation and before/after pics I can email to you.


The Morlock kit from KM2 comes with; wiring harness, wires for two solenoids, led already on the board, 9v battery harness, board, 80g micro switch, and eye components. You should buy an on/off switch for it because it gets kinda tirersome taking the battery out all the time.

EDIT
I just got a couple new Morlocks, which are called "Mini-Morlocks." They make programing the board a lot easier (you set it in BPS and such instead of doing the math for timing everything to the correct millisecond), is about 1/2 the size (it is like double the length of a small finger nail), and has some new features like adjustible debounce. Great Great board... bu then again, KM2 is a Great Great company...

Easily, the morlock line of boards are the best there are!
Conclusion: A lot of fun to install if you're a geek like me. It is even, as long as you're careful, a good first time soldering project to get a feel for how to solder. Just remember to use a 15W soldering iron and Rosin Core solder. It's so good it gets a 10 even though you have to solder connections...
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, January 11th, 2005 at 9:16 pm PST
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hugeness Thursday, September 25th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
There's really nothing else like this out there.
Marker Setup: Depends on what mood I'm in. These days mostly the Evil Omen w/ Morlock, Egg2, 45/45 Flatline.
Strengths: Size, Reliability, Durability, Flexibility.
Weaknesses: Hmm... Can't think of any offhand. It's quite solid.
Review: Let me start by saying this board just plain rocks. That's the short of it, and now here's why I came to that conclusion. I got this board just to mess around with to try on various markers. However, I liked it so much I ended up installing it in my omen and keeping it there.

It's a wonderful little board that lets you push your gun to its limits. It's uncapped, and theoretically it can fire an infinite amount of balls per second... Of course, no solonoid can keep up with that but I've seen mine try lol. It has full function firing modes, including programmable burst (in which you can program it to shoot 1-256 shots per trigger pull, of course it stops firing when you release the trigger), it also has auto-responsive, turbo, semi, sniper, cocker, and full-auto modes. That's a ton of modes to choose from... The board has an intellifeed hookup built right in if you want to hook up a warp feed or an intellifeed revvy, and it comes with eyes that you can install as well. I currently have my board setup for 25 bps, but I can't pull the trigger that fast so I get about 16-18 on semi only mode... and it's made my omen truly evil and a true terror on the field. The board is also tourney legal and comes with dip switches which will lock it into semi mode.

Can't say enough about this board, it does what you ask, want, and more. A definite good buy.

Conclusion: Great board that will speed up any gun. It's pretty easy to install. Works like a charm.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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Unregistered User Monday, December 3rd, 2001
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month5 of 8 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
OH Boy, just about everything.
Marker Setup: Custom built from scratch 'Shiva'

All new marker. Closed bolt, dump valve design smaller than an Angel. And just as fast.
Strengths: What is good? everything.

So far I have been able to time and test my valve and solenoids to the milisecond, and run just about every fire mode I would want, plus have an AntiCopEye (ACE) installed. This board is perfect for my aplication, and can run ANY paintgun out there perfectly, with really tight timing on the solenoids.

It is SMALL. smaller than your little finger (unless you have really small hands)
About 2" long by .5" wide by .2" thick. It mounts sideways in my grip with the battery. It is almost small enough to be placed in the side panels of the grips. TINY. But perfect. I have had no problems with the board.

It can run up to 30v of power. One of my solenoids was sent to me in 12v instead of 6v. I was able to run two nine volts and not even worring about the power hurting the board.

SO:
great size
great options and firemodes
total control of the firing times!
strong build. Tough.
It can run any gun built, and most likely, any to be built. Like mine.

Weaknesses: I have had no problems, short of having to leard the LCD timing. Dyslexia is to blame, not the board.
Conclusion: A great board for the tinker or the person who wants an upgrade. I bet any person who has this board could whip any other gun on the market in line. Good all the way around.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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