A board itself is basically the brain of the gun. It is only found in electric guns, and it tells the gun the bounce, dwell, mode of fire, rate of fire, and anything associated with the gun. Virtue is a paintball brand best known for their high quality boards and crown systems for hoppers (hopper tops). Therefore, a virtue board is a board produced by virtue.
It is an upgraded after-market board. A "board" is the circuit board and components that operate an electric paintball gun.
You can either purchase it through a paintball shop. Or but directly through virtue. I recommend this, because then you know you are getting exactly what you payed for.
It is a computer board that holds the electronics that govern the paintball gun and it's firing modes.
i prefer the virtue board. but they're both very good. my friend has an ion and he also uses a virtue board. but it is really up to you because they are both excellent boards.
It means the eyes are malfunctioning, and you probably need new ones.
The Virtue board in a Vibe raises the rate of fire, amount of modes, and allows for more customizability. The only downside is the board costs as much as the Vibe itself. The vibe is 140 and the board is 110
Of course you can if you have to, but it would not service its purpose (to feed the marker faster) without full auto, so i would get a virtue board, or an electronic trigger if you want to have full auto, and of course have a electronic loader.
No. As a matter of fact virtue wont upgrade anything but the boards they make.
There are numerous aftermarket boards available. The most famous one is the Virtue OLED Ion board. This board comes with a screen and many new features for your Ion. Another popular board is the Blackheart board. Similar to the Virtue though there is no screen.
An E-trigger is the Tippmann Board, not an actual trigger.
yes, they are the same grip frame and the same board in each marker.