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starcitypaintballer
02-13-2007, 07:02 PM
Hey I have a Vs 2 and just added the Lucky SpitFire Board. If anyone has the lucky board can you explain to me how to cap this thing to the max... The Stock board doesnt even compare to this one with out even messing with the settings.:)

kettle korn
02-13-2007, 07:20 PM
i just ordered the lucky board. does the battery take the same as the stock board? or can it take a regular 9 volt

starcitypaintballer
02-14-2007, 07:49 AM
Either on the Spitfire board

invisibledrummer
02-14-2007, 12:45 PM
the max rof as in uncapped, or as in the highest possible cap which is 30 i believe? to change the rof cap you turn the board off, then:

make sure the 1st dipswitch on the board is set to on.

hold the trigger in while turning on the board- continue to hold the trigger
until the led starts flashing different colors then release the trigger. (the
led will be purple now) - this enters program mode.

now press the trigger in quickly to cycle through the settings. to change the
rate of fire cap with eyes on you need to press the trigger until the led
shows a red strobe (fast blinking) for rof cap w/ eyes off - red pulse
(slow blinking).

when you get to the setting you want to change you hold the trigger in.
the led will turn off and then back on quickly (DONT LET GO OF THE
TRIGGER YET!) the led will then blink a certain number of times to
indicate the current setting. (if you want to keep the setting the same
the you will let go of the trigger and wait a few seconds) to change the
setting you let go of the trigger AFTER the led finishes flashing.

now you just treat the setting like its on 0 so if you want to go to setting 4
then you pull the trigger 4 times...etc. if you want the rof uncapped then
you would set it to 1. 2-8 are all 15bps caps but they go up by .1 every
time. everyother number from 9 to 30 just corresponds
to the rof cap. i.e. 9=9bps 10=10bps...

when you are done adjusting the setting you wait for a few seconds and if
the setting is accepted the led will blink multiple colors and from there
you can pick a new setting to change or just turn off the marker.


the full set of instructions for the Lucky Spitfire board are here (http://www.lucky-paintball.com/SpitfireBoard.pdf)

and on the right hand side of page 3 there is a field cheatsheet that you can print and use so you dont have to memorize the settings.

hope this helps

drummer

StarCityPaintballers
02-14-2007, 07:18 PM
Thanx Alot On the info and the link. Got it now. Going to rock on the field this weekend

Electraman7
02-15-2007, 06:56 AM
Its a nice board, but I would go with a VerC T-Board instead. Lucky is pretty busy right now and their support is suffering, and the T-Board is much easier to use and had superior debounce settings.