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Old 01-11-2008, 01:59 PM
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Default xta fully auto

I was wondering if there was anything I could do to my xtra to make it fully automatic without hurting my marker. If there is a way I dont want it to be permenant either just when I want it to be. thanks guys
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Old 01-11-2008, 02:08 PM
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Get an e-trigger frame that has a board that has a full auto mode, or, if you already have an e-frame that does not have full auto, you will need to get a board, such as the scenario dreams board, that supports that mode. Then, to change, you just switch from semi to full auto on the keypad.
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Old 01-11-2008, 02:13 PM
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Get an e-trigger frame that has a board that has a full auto mode, or, if you already have an e-frame that does not have full auto, you will need to get a board, such as the scenario dreams board, that supports that mode. Then, to change, you just switch from semi to full auto on the keypad.


About how much would all that be?
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Old 01-11-2008, 02:19 PM
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Look here, they've got it for $39.99 new. That frame will have semi, 3-rd burst, 6-rd burst and full auto.
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Keep in mind, that stock Spyder boards are typically limited to ~13bps. If you're looking to make your marker into a garden hose, with a higher rate of fire, you will need to look at a different board, like this one for $69.95 that offers an unlimited rate of fire, and offers more firing modes such as: Semi, RT, Burst, Full Auto, CFOA (capped semi), PSP, NXL, Nitro
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Keep in mind, that stock Spyder boards are typically limited to ~13bps. If you're looking to make your marker into a garden hose, with a higher rate of fire, you will need to look at a different board, like this one for $69.95 that offers an unlimited rate of fire, and offers more firing modes such as: Semi, RT, Burst, Full Auto, CFOA (capped semi), PSP, NXL, Nitro
Yeah I like the sound of my marker being a water hose I can but it right off this site?
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Old 01-11-2008, 03:28 PM
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Yes, you can.
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